Norfolk business news

Glen Gardiner who imports coral from sustainable reefs in Australia.

Picture: James Bass

Glen’s a gardener in an exotic world of colour

Hi-tech gadgetry is helping to nurture some of the most exotic and rare tropical corals the world has ever seen.

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Dan Archer of Dacs Design and Dave Richardson of AshtonKCJ Solicitors at Broadland business breakfast

Councils can help Norfolk firms overcome barriers to growth

Norfolk firms need to overcome red tape and step forward to claim the vital funds they need to grow, a business forum has heard.

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Three Bungay women have started up a new sheepskin and leather manufacturing business called Fleece and Hide . Sally Gagen,Kelly Thompson and Hilary Mason.

Sheepskin is back and it’s lovely jubbly - new Bungay business launched to save the sheepskin jacket

The obituaries had been written and the death of the sheepskin coat seemed all but confirmed after the closure of a Bungay business.

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Mark Pendlington, chairman of New Anglia LEP, and Norwich International Airport CEO Andrew Bell at the announcement of the 'growth deal' for region with an extra £50m of cash to boost business.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Analysis: Details of Norwich airport training academy revealed at funding launch

A £48.5m cash boost from Whitehall for projects across Norfolk and Suffolk will help take the Eastern region closer to its goal of becoming an “economic powerhouse”, it was claimed today.

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Commuters crossing Millennium Bridge in London. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

‘Wages 4.7pc lower than in 2008’

Men and younger workers suffered the biggest falls in wages as a result of the financial crash, according to a leading economic think-tank.

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