Most young people do not know enough about apprenticeships as an alternative to higher education, a new study reveals.
An awards ceremony celebrating the best and brightest women in the region’s tech scene has welcomed its biggest collection of winners to date.
A Dereham man has celebrated a decade of sole trading, as his mechanics business reaches its tenth anniversary.
A group of new apprentices have joined the team at Great Yarmouth Borough Council, developing their professional skills and experience at a local authority which also has big plans for the future.
Workers who lost their jobs just weeks before Christmas have been offered a helping hand from a neighbouring manufacturer.
A new £54m chicken processing plant on the Norfolk/Suffolk border could create up to 400 jobs for the region.
Authors of a study showing 135,000 apprentices in England are paid less than the minimum wage are accusing employers of “cheating” their trainees.
Chronic skills shortages in construction and STEM subjects were addressed in the Budget with promises of funding to help training providers improve current practises and adjust to new ones.
The boss of the Construction Industry Training Board has insisted its departure from west Norfolk is a necessary step to secure its future.
The future of hundreds of jobs in West Norfolk is in doubt after one of the area’s biggest employers announced plans to relocate.
The outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were celebrated at an annual awards ceremony.
The experience and expertise of East Anglian business has helped to shape a new platform which hopes to shake up start-up support for new companies.
Offshore services company 3Sun has invested more than £1.4m in staff training to meet existing and future contracts.
A ceiling installation firm has taken on apprentices for the first time in 15 years as it aims to fill a skills shortage.
A leading Lowestoft employer has partnered up with a college to offer almost a dozen new apprenticeship opportunities.
The winner of the EDP Business Awards Investing in Future Growth category has spent years building the foundations of a strong and loyal workforce.
It is a word which has dominated financial markets for the past year, as famous as it is infamous: bitcoin.
Chapelfield Shopping Centre owner Intu Properties has agreed a multi-billion pound merger with the company behind Birmingham’s Bullring.
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