April 24 2014 Latest news:
Norwich insurance services firm Validus-IVC has hailed the success of its pioneering software in exposing fraudsters.
Norwich-based accountancy firm Farnell Clarke is forecasting a third year of double digit growth driven by a strengthening customer appetite for its cloud-based accounting.
Fakenham-based Norfolk Quail has seen a new processing plant take wing thanks to a five-figure investment.
Norwich-based FXHOME has joined forces with fellow Future 50 firm Lambda Films in a drive to highlight its cutting edge film making and photography software to a global audience.
A Norwich-based internet marketing company is forging fresh links with the United States as it looks to drive its turnover through the £1m barrier.
The EDP’s Future50 businesses have expressed their grave concerns about the state of Norwich’s broadband. Business writer Ben woods investigates.
The needs of small businesses were placed under the microscope tonight when promising Norfolk firms quizzed a panel of local policymakers.
The economic importance of start up businesses to Norfolk and Suffolk has been underscored by a major investment to create four new enterprise centres and 1,000 jobs.
The boss of Future50 firm Liftshare is being feted in government as an example of a new approach to doing business.
Norwich-based FXHOME has strenghthened its marketing team after securing £30,000 of investment from New Anglia’s Growing Business Fund.
Norwich-based Intelligent Fingerprinting’s bid to develop the world’s first handheld fingerprint-based drug screening device has been boosted by £750,000 in funding from a consortium of private US-based investors.
The government is today set to launch a new £30m initiative to support business growth.
EDP Future50 firm ESE Direct has announced a partnership with bespoke office furniture manufacturer Lee & Plumpton to deliver high-end UK-made products.
The boss of Future 50 firm Credo Asset Finance said the business was looking to build on the significant growth of 2013 as it seeks to secure new routes of funding to help businesses.
A Norfolk business is looking to recruit 100,000 students from across the country to take part in a fingerprint world record attempt.
Bosses of a Norwich-based fundraising call centre have unveiled plans to create 25 new jobs after accelerating their growth plans.
Bosses at Hethel Engineering are confident that a new £7.8m expansion will be up and running by the start of March with growing hi-tech firms showing a strong interest in moving into the facility.
Bosses at New Anglia local enterprise partnership are looking to reach out to smaller firms in 2014 in a bid to showcase how it can help them grow.
Norwich-based Future 50 company Intelligent Fingerprinting has secured a slice of a one million euro grant to support research into drug dependency.