Norfolk business news

The Shakespeare Festival drew crowds to Norwich Cathedral. The rest of the region reported a boost in visitor numbers. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norfolk’s tourism chiefs hail great 2014 so far

The region’s tourism industry has had a bumper 2014 thanks to sunshine and the variety offered to visitors.

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Holday makers packed the beach at Wells. Picture: Ian Burt

It’s the age of staycation in Norfolk and Suffolk

The number of jobs dependent on seaside tourism has continued to grow despite the so-called age of austerity, according to a new report.

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General manager, Kevin Webster, on the deck of an Oyster 625 being built at Oyster Yachts workshops at Hoveton. Picture: Denise Bradley

Jobs expansion at Hoveton boatbuilding firm

EDP Top 100 firm Oyster Yachts is seeking to hire a range of new tradesmen as it prepares to step up production at its newly-expanded workshops in Hoveton.

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Banham Zoo's Martin Goymour.

Passion drives on man behind Banham Zoo and Africa Alive

It is his beloved zoos that are the real passion of Martin Goymour – “Dinosaur Adventure is about having fun” – and the reason last year he took the far-sighted decision to transfer them out of the family business into a charitable trust.

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Father and son Max and Nick Applin, directors of Applin & Co.

Norwich father and son’s business goes from strength to strength

A father and son who joined forces to set up their own business are hoping to push the boundaries as their company goes from strength to strength.

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