Norfolk business news

Stefan Gurney and Carl Hedger from the Norwich BID team discuss the new prospectus with the rest of the staff.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Graphic: How BID is in spotlight for helping our city to prosper

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As a business, knowing where to find help can often be harder than it looks.

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Tidal Transit's (L) Adam Wright and Leo Hambro at the Outer Harbour in Wells. Picture: Ian Burt

Firms put Norfolk at the heart of green economy

Norfolk’s growing role as an energy industry hot-spot has been underscored by fresh contract wins by firms at either side of the county.

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Sally Tuddenham and her brother Alan who will be taking over their late father Michael's business, Tuddenham's of Cawston.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Siblings will keep Cawston business MJF Tuddenham in the family

A brother and sister who have taken on their father’s business after his death last month are determined to continue the success of the long-established family firm.

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Work is under way to build a new Greene King Hungry Horse pub at Broadland Business Park

Greene King set to open pub at Broadland Business Park in Norwich

Pub chain Greene King is the latest EDP Top100 firm to be attracted to Norwich’s Broadland Business Park as it gets set to open a family-friendly Hungry Horse pub on the site.

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Haines Marine workshop in Catfield.
Mary, Justin and Bob Haines.



Picture: James Bass

Norfolk marine firms hoping for bumper show

The region’s multi-million pound marine industry will be out in force at the UK’s biggest outdoor boatshow.

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