B2B Norfolk Chamber

B2B 2013 is the essential business to business (to business to business) exhibition.

We're all aiming to do better business, and we're all doing more digitally. But, being with the best, and meeting face to face, is something that never fails to deliver. We're making sure that you'll have the opportunity to meet the very best of the region's businesses, and discover the outstanding products and services they have to offer.

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

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Could The Wizard of Oz hold the key to success for Norfolk’s businesses?

President of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce Ian Hacon is to launch a new-style leadership development business - Yellow Brick Road - focusing on mind, body and soul.

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Norwich Northern Distributer Road protesters before the preliminary meeting over the planning inquiry. 
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Mustard video: Protesters call for council to scrap Northern Distributor Road plans

Protesters gathered in Norwich to voice their concerns over the £148.5m Northern Distributor Road project ahead of a preliminary meeting this afternoon.

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Why an enterprise apprenticeship might help you

Why an enterprise apprenticeship might help you, and teenagers worried about GCSE result!

The GCSE results will have focused many minds on the choice between the academic and vocational routes. Swarm Apprenticeships blends the two, using a fantastic enterprise qualification, goal setting and lots of practical business support. With a Swarm apprentice you know you get a return on investment because Swarm helps you measure it.

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Too hot too handle

Too Hot to Handle?

In the current heatwave, Labour MP Linda Riordan has tabled an early day motion which could make it law for workplaces to send staff home when temperatures reach more than 30C. The group of MPs behind the campaign, which it seems is unlikely to succeed, claim that it could prevent potentially fatal accidents.

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Telecomes prices are coming down - is your company benefitting

Telecoms prices are coming down is your company benefitting?

I was really pleased to receive a written testimonial from one of our new customers, Climate Air Conditioning Ltd. Company Director, Phil Rees, wrote “having only 2 telephone lines with a ‘least cost routing company’, I didn’t think it would be worthwhile looking at; however my bill arrived the day before my meeting with Kevin so I gave it to him just in case. His response was immediate, not only was he able to offer me better rates for line rental and calls he also found I was paying for a service I didn’t need. Just by switching to Breakwater I will save over £400 per annum”.

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Rapid growth prompts move to new HQ

Rapid Growth Prompts Move To New HQ

A leading occupational health firm is gearing up to expand into significantly larger headquarters in Aberdeen.

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Paul Robinson

Great Yarmouth based Paul Robinson Partnership (uk) LLP enters a new era after the retirement of Senior Partner Maynard Grout.

Maynard has been a Partner at the Practice for 25 years steering the business towards its status as a team who approach Projects with a technical eye. ‘I’ve always pushed the Practice towards functional designs and I am proud of our reputation which has placed us in a position allowing the Practice to successfully work through two recessions,’ Maynard comments.

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Nurture team complete solo sky dives for Red Balloon Learner Centre

Nurture Team Complete Solo Sky Dives For Red Ballon Learner Centre

Clear skies and low winds finally enabled our intrepid team to take the ‘plunge’ and complete their solo sky dives on Friday 26th July at Beccles.

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Norwich 'super broccoli' rejuvenates metabolism

Norwich ‘Super Broccoli’ Rejuvenates Metabolism

Eating ‘super broccoli’, developed by Norwich Research Park scientists, three times a week can help to ‘re-tune’ the metabolism and this could protect against age-related diseases such as obesity, Type II diabetes and cancer, according to new research.

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National SME survey results look positive

National SME survey results look positive

A recent survey by The HR Dept, an HR outsource business for small and medium sized businesses, revealed that nearly 50% of the SMEs surveyed in their annual satisfaction survey were looking to recruit one or more new members of staff in the next six months.

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Money talks at local financial seminar

Money talks at local financial seminar

A local financial seminar hosted by Alan Boswell & Company the Financial Planning division of Alan Boswell Group, attracted over 100 guests from across East Anglia.

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Medium voltage pump starters delivered in record time

Medium Voltage Pump Starters delivered in record time

Great Yarmouth electrical engineers, Softstart UK, have pulled out all the stops and supplied high-tech equipment for a massive clean water project in Nigeria in double quick time.

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Major education sector cleaning contract win for Norse

Major education sector cleaning contract win for Norse

Norse Commercial Services has been awarded a major building cleaning contract by Norfolk Educational Services.

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Local jobs created as Norse expands Norwich call centre

Local jobs created as Norse expands Norwich call centre

Norse Commercial Services has expanded and upgraded its call centre, creating six new jobs at its Norwich head office.

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Local business grows to help local businesses grow

Local business grows to help local businesses grow.

A Framingham Pigot based commercial finance consultancy whose success is directly related to helping other local businesses, and which has been recognised for these achievements as finalists in the UK Business Moneyfacts Awards for the past two years, has just secured the professional services of three new recruits, increasing their East Anglian consultancy team to 19.

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Second on left Hansells Managing Partner Roger Holden and Hansells Marketing Executive Dawn Towns with 968-mile cyclists Julian Barnwell, Dr Jeffrey Cochius and Mike Tooth
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Law firm’s grand gift boosts marathon cycle riders

A Norfolk law firm has given a trio of record-breaking transatlantic rowers and a consultant neurologist a grand send-off as they plan a marathon cycle ride.

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Great Yarmouth clinic celebrates fourth anniversary

Great Yarmouth Clinic Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

RS Occupational Health’s busy Great Yarmouth clinic has just celebrated its fourth anniversary with news of further expansion into emerging markets.

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Cooper Lomaz

Double delight for recruiters as growing feel-good factor fuels record month

Leading independent Norfolk recruitment firm Cooper Lomaz is celebrating a record month, having doubled the number of people it has placed in full-time work.

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Bespoke Brazil launches an expedition to the tribes of remote Brazil

Bespoke Brazil launches an expedition to the tribes of remote Brazil

Bespoke Brazil, the Norwich-based specialist Brazil tour operator, launches an expedition to the tribes of the Kaxinawá of western Brazil. An exciting itinerary for those looking to really get off the beaten track to an area few tourists visit in Brazil.

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B2B cashflow solutions

Local business grows to help local businesses grow

A Framingham Pigot based commercial finance consultancy whose success is directly related to helping other local businesses, and which has been recognised for these achievements as finalists in the UK Business Moneyfacts Awards for the past two years, has just secured the professional services of three new recruits, increasing their East Anglian consultancy team to 19.

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Accountancy apprenticeships double in five years

Accountancy apprenticeships double in five years

New research from the Financial and Legal Skills Partnership (FSP) shows that accountancy firms have doubled the number of apprentices taken on over the last five years.

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Right Feilden+Mawson partner Emily Barnston and Bill McGonagle, National Construction College, in front of the new accommodation block at Bircham Newton
Picture Credit Newsmakers PR

Acclaim for Norwich architects Feilden+Mawson behind Europe’s top construction college

All-round acclaim greeted the official opening of the third phase of an award-winning £27m masterplan for the redevelopment of the National Construction College in West Norfolk.

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MyTechGlobal

How safe is your IT recycling partner?

The NHS recently found out the answer and it cost them £200,000. Yes £200,000 for a free service.

Read about it here, then ask yourself, could the same happen to your company?

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Blackwell

Blackwell reduces its CO2 emissions to net zero

You will know that we print to a high standard, for a fair price and on time. However, what you didn’t know is that as part of our drive to be as efficient as we can be, we can now help you reduce your Carbon Footprint and save valuable forest as well.

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B2B Exhibitor

Be there to Better your Business

Nothing beats being among the best! The Norfolk Chamber is making it clear that B2B2B October 2013 is a massive opportunity for the region’s businesses to meet and learn about the best providers of products and services in the area.

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B2B Football

You’ve got to B2B2B there! Because....

The B2B Exhibition is the essential business to business (to business to business) exhibition. Why?

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Norse financial accountant picks up regional award

Leanne Fisher, Financial Accountant at Norse Commercial Services, picked up the regional Marks and Spencer Sieff award, at the recent Business In The Community 2012 ‘Responsible Business of the Year Awards’.

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Swarm

Let me say it more clearly: Swarm is like Guinness – good for you!

I’ve been living with Swarm for almost a year now. It’s grown from a small idea into a fully-fledged social business.

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