Norfolk business news

Francis Neill, cheif executive of Norwich-based technology EV

Royal seal of approval for four Norfolk businesses

Norfolk businesses have been given the royal seal of approval for their remarkable achievement in overseas trade.

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Anglian Water has signed up to a global campaign urging governments to act to cut carbon emissions. Smog over the A47 near Dereham and North Tuddenham. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Anglian Water has signed up to an international campaign urging governments to take action on carbon emissions

Anglian Water has signed up to an international campaign urging governments to take action on carbon emissions.

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Erika Clegg, Founder of Spring, has previously picked up a Best Employer award. With the survey providers, George Silk of eras ltd and Lynn Walters of Pure Resourcing Solutions

Survey seeks to reveal the Norfolk businesses doing their bit for staff

The search is under way to find out how firms are working with staff to ensure their success as employers.

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Beacon Park on the edge of Gorleston.

Picture: James Bass

Work on £6.5m Gorleston link road could start in July

Work could start within a year on a multi-million pound link road that will pave the way for 1,000 new homes on the outskirts of Gorleston.

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Alan Freeland (left) receives the keys to MacLean Electrical’s new Beacon Park building from Wellington’s Paul Ollington

Aberdeen firm opens new base at Gorleston’s Beacon Park to service Southern North Sea

A Scottish firm is eyeing further growth opportunities in Norfolk after moving in to its new £700,000 base in Gorleston.

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