Norfolk business news

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Roys of Wroxham
March 2011

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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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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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File photo dated 07/07/12 of a Virgin Money banking store in Guildford, as Virgin Money's plans for a stock market listing have been revived less than a month after they were put on hold due to turbulent conditions. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 4, 2014. The Newcastle-based lender hopes that its shares will be trading on the London Stock Exchange before the end of this month. The company is selling about a quarter of itself in a move expected to value it at nearly £2 billion. See PA story CITY Virgin. Photo credit should read: Matt Alexander/PA Wire

Norwich’s Virgin Money announces home and motor insurance deal

Norwich-based Virgin Money is revamping its home and motor insurance products after securing a tie-up with Ageas Retail.

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Precision Refrigeration's base in Thetford. Picture submitted

Thetford manufacturer to create 20 new jobs

A Thetford-based refrigerator manufacturer has embarked on a recruitment drive after rolling out plans to expand the business.

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Shoppers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday December 8, 2014.

Which? warns shoppers over ‘dodgy discounts’

Some of the UK’s biggest electricals retailers are offering so-called discounts that deliver little or no real savings, a consumer group has claimed.

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