January 29 2015 Latest news:
A Norwich-based film software company has reaped the rewards of a collaboration with electronics giant Sony - set to bring it even closer to competing with major corporations Apple and Adobe.
Small food producers are at risk of being squeezed towards extinction by a brutal supermarket price war, a report has found.
Norwich-based telecoms and internet connectivity business Comms Supply hopes to drive down costs to its customers after making a major investment in two London data centres.
A Norwich-based film company has finished a major project for Norfolk County Council aimed at helping young people find their first job.
A fast-growing Norwich business helped mark Wayne Rooney’s 100th England cap by producing a special video where the footballer details some of his best goals and coaching tips.
Norwich-based software company Rainbird Technologies has received a major vote of confidence after being accepted onto a prestigious growth accelerator programme.
The boss of a rapidly-growing technology business has revealed his ambitious plans to expand overseas after unveiling state-of-the-art new offices.
We live in a world where the retirement age is creeping up and up but you do not have to be one of those workers toiling away past your three score years and 10. That’s the promise of EDP Future 50 entrepreneur Siam Kidd. Stephen Pullinger reports.
Some of Norfolk’s fastest-growing small businesses put their ingenuity into action during a networking event with a creative twist.
Norwich-based chocolatier Gnaw hopes to snap up greater market share after forging a new partnership with a UK-wide distributor.
A Norfolk-based technology business has been handed a further cash boost to help drive forward its innovative product which can detect drug use through fingerprint sweat.
Norwich-based accountancy firm Farnell Clarke has embarked on a new era after overhauling its image and doubling its turnover.
One of the success stories from last year’s EDP Business Awards is continuing to be given top marks by schools across the country.
Innovative businesses in Norwich have dismissed claims the city has better superfast broadband coverage than both London and Birmingham, as they continue to struggle working with slow speeds.
Norfolk’s growing role as an energy industry hot-spot has been underscored by fresh contract wins by firms at either side of the county.
Joined-up thinking between companies on an edge-of-city business estate has led to faster access to the internet.