Norfolk business news

Aviva has seen a 15pc rise in new business in the year to date.

UK business helps to fuel growth at Aviva

Aviva boss Mark Wilson said a 15pc rise in new business in the year to date was further proof that the firm’s turnaround strategy was working.

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Norwich Living Wage Week will be the topic under discussion on Business Extra on October 30. Pictured are presenter Shaun Lowthorpe, left, with Tony Gammage, from Norwich Living Wage Campaign, and Stuart Wright,  property and facilities director at Aviva

Living Wage campaign to make the case for better pay for staff

Businesses are being urged to follow the lead of companies such as Aviva and sign up to a campaign to pay a Living Wage to staff.

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North Walsham Town Council offices.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Wetherspoons pub proposal divides opinion in North Walsham

Campaigners against a “crazy idea” to turn council offices into a pub have warned it would make life hell for elderly and frail neighbours.

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Epos Now's new Norwich offices on Whiting Road. The chill out zone.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich Future 50 business puts creativity at the heart of expansion plans

A fast-growth Norwich firm has overhauled expectations of the traditional office and put creativity at the heart of its business as it presses ahead with plans to expand overseas.

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Heinz factory at Westwick near North Walsham.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Union talks planned at threatened Westwick Heinz factory

Union officials will be holding talks next week at the threatened Westwick Heinz factory.

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