December 19 2014 Latest news:
Jane Galvin joined Barclays as a 16 year old in 1985 holding a variety of roles throughout the organisation from a bank cashier to her current role as head of corporate banking in the eastern region.
For businesses dualling the A11 was simply a no-brainer. But what will it mean for the local economy and how soon can we expect to draw in inward investment as a result?
The alarming spiral of decline by Tesco and the travails of the other big supermarkets indicate significant changes taking place in the retail sector. In fact, in an age of hyperbole when storms become ‘weather bombs’ perhaps one could talk about a seismic shift. Stephen Pullinger reports.
It has been, his father Peter Jay conceded, possibly “the longest apprenticeship in history”.
Tucked away in a corner of Rackheath Industrial Estate Lisa Angel Jewellery is carving out a reputation both as an online business, where it supplies customers across the globe, and also in the high street with two stores in the centre of Norwich, one in Lower Goat Lane, and another in Chapelfield Shopping Mall.