Norfolk business news

Britannia Fire’s Jackie Neish and James Foster inspect and stack the P50s ready for packing for the first shipment to Germany in the company’s new contract with fire safety company Prymos.

New UKTI boss aims to cement East Anglia’s role as an “exporting powerhouse”

The new regional director of UKTI said he was relishing the task of helping more firms trade overseas as the region cements its role as a “exporting powerhouse”.

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Great Yarmouth boss’s anger at energy minister’s no show

The withdrawal of energy minister Matthew Hancock from this week’s Southern North Sea (SNS) conference in Norwich has disappointed company bosses clamouring for news of action to support the oil and gas industry.

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Lowestoft department store gets the Mary Portas treatment

With a reputation as one of the toughest people in business, many stores would shudder at the thought of getting the Mary Portas treatment.

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City College students gain catering experience at a Holiday Inn in Norwich. Submitted

Norfolk bosses urged to do their bit for college students

The principal of one of Norfolk’s largest colleges is urging all employers to open their doors to young people in an ambitious vision for improving work experience across the region.

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Nor Dev Con at the Kings Centre, Norwich.
Organiser Paul Grenyer from Naked Element with his team.

Picture: James Bass

Shout loud about our digital hub, say Norfolk tech experts

The digital, technology and business sectors in Norfolk need to “shout loud” to get the region’s achievements recognised in London and across the UK, said delegates at the city’s annual technology conference.

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