Norfolk business news

Some offshore energy workers are facing an uncertain future as a resuly of the plummeting oil prices. Picture: submitted

Oil price slump to hit East Anglia energy sector

Plunging oil prices will have a damaging effect on the region’s energy sector, but the impact will be more keenly felt in Scotland, industry experts have warned.

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Wroxham/ Hoveton town focus
Roys of Wroxham
March 2011

Picture: James Bass

Former Majestic Wine boss new Roys chairman

Norfolk department store group Roys has made a new top-level appointment after its chairman stepped down after nine years.

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Traders from Regent Road and the Indoor Market in Great Yarmouth who are having a meeting on Sunday to speak out against the tourism BID.

Picture: James Bass

Boss of the Greater Yarmouth tourism BID to face angry opponents at meeting

Anger over a contentious tourism tax is threatening to boil over as the campaign calling for a fresh vote picks up pace.

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Jane Galvin speaking at the Barclays Global Woman in Leadership Forum - 22 October 2014

Bank boss shares her vision for our region

Jane Galvin joined Barclays as a 16 year old in 1985 holding a variety of roles throughout the organisation from a bank cashier to her current role as head of corporate banking in the eastern region.

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Dr John French, CEO of the Adapt Low Carbon Group signing the memorandum of understanding paving the way for the development of a new UK-China joint venture capital fund aimed at low carbon firms looking to expand into China and East Asia.

Norwich-based Adapt brokers £100m fund to help green firms looking to expand in China

Green firms looking to expand into China could get a slice of funds totalling up to £100m following a deal struck by Norwich-based Adapt Low Carbon Group.

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