Norfolk business news

Liliya Serazetdinova, centre, programme manager for InCrops who support low carbon companies for the Adapt Group, who has been working with the University of Palermo, which involved client Haley Farley, left, of Uniborder. With them is John French, CEO Adapt Group, and some of the low carbon goods. Picture: Denise Bradley

Adapt is bridging the gap for Norfolk’s green firms

Going green maybe more of an aspiration than a reality for many local firms. But Ben Woods has met one organisation that is helping companies – both large and small – to reach for a low carbon future.

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Mike Britch, boss of Norse Group

Norse’s £40m vision to boost Norfolk services

The boss of Norse Group wants to capitalise on a record year for the business by injecting £40m into Norfolk services.

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Global travel firm HRG moving to Beacon Park, in Gorleston. Pictured: Council leader Trevor Wainwright, cabinet member for regeneration bernard williamson anf HRG managing director Ian Windsor. Photo: Lee Blanchflower/Blanc Photography

Global travel services firm to create 30 jobs in move to Gorleston’s Beacon Park

Market leading travel services company Hogg Robinson Group (HRG) is the latest global player to move on to Beacon Park in Gorleston.

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Mike Smith - MD of DSL

 Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth firm DSL predicts 40 new jobs

The boss of Great Yarmouth oil and gas company Derrick Services (DSL) expects to hire nearly 40 extra staff this year to cope with a worldwide surge in demand for its products and services.

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Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss.

Tokenism, climate change, King’s Lynn incinerator, farming and food: Q&A with Environment Secretary and Norfolk MP Elizabeth Truss

Q: We were due to speak last week, but then there was a Cobra meeting following the Malaysian air crash. Has it been a hectic start?

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