Norfolk business news

Laurence Pollington and Karen Newell with their 20-week-old daughter Laurenna at Eaton Park nursery school. Photo: Bill Smith

New Anglia Growth Hub helps more than 500 businesses within first two months

Forward-thinking businesses are rushing to sign up to a scheme aimed at helping them take their firms to the next level of growth.

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Caroline Williams, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber

BCC upgrades growth forecast

The growth forecast for this year from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been upgraded from 3.1pc to 3.2pc - the highest since 2007.

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Helen Kirkham, from Thorpe St Andrew, has launched her Mrs Gleam cleaning products after she got fed up with harsh, chemical-filled products on the market.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich mum’s bid to get Mrs Gleam cleaning products onto supermarket shelves

A mum-of-four who has launched her own brand of eco-friendly cleaning products is hoping to take on household names in the industry.

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Stefan Gurney and Carl Hedger from the Norwich BID team discuss the new prospectus with the rest of the staff.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Graphic: How BID is in spotlight for helping our city to prosper

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As a business, knowing where to find help can often be harder than it looks.

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Sally Tuddenham and her brother Alan who will be taking over their late father Michael's business, Tuddenham's of Cawston.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Siblings will keep Cawston business MJF Tuddenham in the family

A brother and sister who have taken on their father’s business after his death last month are determined to continue the success of the long-established family firm.

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