Norfolk business news

Chris Scargill

Leave school holidays alone, say Norfolk’s tourism businesses

Businesses involved in East Anglia’s £4.2bn tourism industry have sent a clear message to government to think again over legislation that could lead to the schools’ summer holiday being cut from six to four weeks.

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The SyncNorwich Team with Tech Crunch editor at large Mike Butcher. From left  Mike Butcher, Juliana Meyer, Fiona Lettice, Peter Schmidt-Hansen and John Fagan

Build a start-up business in 54 hours – Norwich event throws down gauntlet to region’s entrepreneurs

Norfolk’s entrepreneurs are being challenged to create a start-up business in 54 hours as part of a new event designed to put Norwich’s digital creative sector on the map.

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Gardline chairman Gregory Darling.

Picture: James Bass

EDP business awards finalists revealed

The strength in depth of Norfolk’s businesses is again underscored as we reveal the 36 businesses who will be competing in this year’s EDP Business Awards.

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Making bicycles out of old newspapers at the Future 50 event. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk’s Future 50 get creative at bike-inspired networking event

Some of Norfolk’s fastest-growing small businesses put their ingenuity into action during a networking event with a creative twist.

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Perenco's current offices in Thamesfield Way, Great Yarmouth.

 Picture: James Bass

Offshore firm to quit Great Yarmouth for bigger offices in Norwich

A major offshore firm is closing its Great Yarmouth office and relocating to Norwich.

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