A Norwich-based firm of architects has announced new jobs as it expands staff numbers for the third year in a row – despite seeing projects scrapped in the wake of Brexit.
A retail complex is hoping the sun will shine on its green ambitions after completing a £190,000 project to mount solar panels on its roof.
Buoyant holiday firms claim the Brexit vote has triggered “phenomenal” bookings and bolstered confidence in future investment.
A growing pick-and-pack business is calling for fibre optic broadband to be hooked up to an industrial estate as it says slow speeds are holding it back.
Norwich-based Naked Wines has launched a funding round to raise £112,000 for an English sparkling wine – and will let drinkers choose the name.
A recruitment firm specialising in the oil and gas industry has moved into East Anglia, as it looks to place itself at the heart of the sector.
The future goals are clear for a glazing manufacturing firm – double turnover to £20m and increase international sales.
A pioneer of the sharing economy is looking to branch out as it hopes to help tackle rural isolation while expanding its customer base.
From running a single spa to opening its own fitness centre and managing facilities at a luxury London hotel, it has been a busy few years for Mosaic Spa and Health Clubs.
A company restructure and shift in focus to blue-chip contracts has fuelled belief at Dardan Security that the firm can become East Anglia’s first national security company.
The serial entrepreneur charged with sharpening the University of East Anglia’s focus on business says she is determined to kindle a “culture of entrepreneurship” from which every student can benefit.
Pub giant JD Wetherspoon has taken a step closer to opening in North Walsham, paving the way for a £1.6m investment and dozens of new jobs.
Business leaders were given expert insight into how they could improve the effectiveness of their brands at the first of a series of specialist seminars organised by EDP Business.
Electrical retailer Hughes has sounded a warning over the impact of Brexit on consumers’ shopping habits as it posted improved profits for the last financial year.
A construction sector already struggling to meet rising housing demand has been dealt a further blow – after slipping into recession for the first time in four years.
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