Holiday giant Hoseasons has underlined its commitment to Lowestoft once more as they look to recruit talented youngsters from the area.
Young business brains are poised to take part in a challenge to shape the future of their home town.
Southwold-based communications design firm Spring has recruited three new members of staff.
ABP East Anglia showcased a range of career opportunities to almost 2,000 young people at Suffolk New College’s Your Career event.
Accountancy firm Grant Thornton has teamed up with Cranfield School of Management to deliver a new Executive MBA programme which makes use of Apprenticeship Levy funding.
Thousands of teenagers have a fresh insight into the variety of jobs and training on offer in Norfolk after a major careers festival.
During National Apprenticeship Week, BETHANY WHYMARK and DOUG FAULKNER talk to the region’s businesses about the importance of vocational training.
Ahead of the Budget, we asked industry leaders in East Anglia what they hoped to hear in the chancellor’s speech.
The great and the good of west Norfolk’s business community came together at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange for the West Norfolk Mayor’s Business Awards yesterday (Friday, March 3).
An East Anglian housing association is blazing a trail to encourage more young people into a career in the sector.
Smaller firms are expected to recruit over 200,000 apprentices in the next year, according to a study.
Businesses have been warned to keep on top of their paperwork to avoid being named and shamed by the government as an example to others.
Only a third of employers plan to take on more apprentices because of a new levy aimed at boosting numbers – while some will cut their training budget to pay for it, a study shows.
The region’s biggest water companies have revealed plans to come together to tap into the talent of the future.
Technology’s place in the world of work was at the centre of a careers fair, which saw more than 500 students, job-seekers and want-to-be volunteers pass through the doors.
A marketing company has seen turnover treble in the year since its merged with another Norfolk business.
For many the most thrilling part of starting a business comes in the early days, buoyed by those first sales when you might be running your fledgling enterprise from the kitchen table.
A global boom in the use of smart meters is set to fuel the growth of a pioneering East Anglian engineering company after it struck a major production deal with a leading Indian manufacturer.
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