Do you think your business is among the most innovative and ambitious in the region? If so, there are just days left to prove it.
A Norfolk construction company has opened an on-site factory at a development in Oxfordshire – which it hopes will be the first of many around the country.
A Norfolk spirits producer has named an award-winning chef from the county as its first brand ambassador.
They say two heads are better than one – and working together has always been an important part of business.
Two recent major contract wins are a mark of how far East Anglian firm Geopshere Environmental has come in establishing itself as a leading environmental and geotechnical consultancy in the region.
A city centre shop has opened its doors, selling recycled and improved furniture taken from a home clearance service.
The search is on for Norfolk and Suffolk’s brightest and boldest companies to join the new class of Future50. Could your firm be among them? Mark Shields reports.
The work of a Future50 tech company which connects prisoners and their families has been endorsed by academics, who found it helps to cut reoffending and strengthens relationships.
Scaling up is a challenge, but calling in help from those who have been there and done it can ease the way, as one Future50 firm told Mark Shields.
A removals and storage company is adding another string to its bow after launching an upcycling shop.
As Future50 organisers prepare to start the search for their class of 2018, Bethany Whymark looks back at the achievements of the programme’s most recent cohorts.
A disaster shelter manufacturer is taking steps to grow its presence in Asia as it ploughs on with what it hopes will be its first profitable year.
An explosion in international trade has helped a film production company cement its own identity – and with it a place in the global market.
Prisoner rehabilitation is the driver behind Davina Tanner’s business. Now she is taking her message on the road, as Bethany Whymark reports.
When Andrew Nelstrop set up the English Whisky Company in 2006, his aim was to create world-class single malt.
How often do you find yourself without change for the car park or to grab a cuppa from the vending machine at work?
Norwich’s position at the forefront of the craft brewing revolution has been reinforced after a city brewery landed a major contract with Tesco.
A supplier of personal alarm systems for the elderly which signed up its 10,000th customer this month is preparing for a global expansion just three years after it was established.
A disaster relief shelter manufacturer has expanded into another country after teaming up with a new licensee.