July 23 2014 Latest news:
Going green maybe more of an aspiration than a reality for many local firms. But Ben Woods has met one organisation that is helping companies – both large and small – to reach for a low carbon future.
The Wayland Agricultural Show, one of the UK’s longest running traditional agricultural shows in the UK, returns to Watton from 10am on Sunday August 3 to provide families with a fun-filled and educational day out in the Norfolk countryside.
An offshore engineering company has celebrated 20 years in Great Yarmouth - with buoyant predictions for the decade ahead.
Language constantly evolves and that’s related to how society itself develops. If there is one word that links these two strands it’s ‘sustainability’.
The boss of Norse Group wants to capitalise on a record year for the business by injecting £40m into Norfolk services.
Can being green help boost the bottom line? That is the key question many businesses ponder as they embrace the sustainability agenda.
The boss of Norwich-based Creative Sponge said its diversification strategy has paid dividends in the past 12 months as the firm looks at 25pc top line growth.
A construction firm with a sustainable focus is launching a signature training programme to underpin its growth plans.
EDP Future50 firm Wild Luxury has invested £100,000 in extending its glamping operation in north Norfolk.
Myopic management is acting as a millstone around the neck of the economy according to a new report urging employers in the East of England to focus on their “purpose, people and potential” to improve their long-term prospects.