Business Insight

Fiona Temple, managing director of OpenContact, has helped set up the Inspired Women project.  Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

‘Gender should not be a barrier to ambition,’ - region’s business women set to inspire a new generation

Fiona Temple is one of the people behind Inspired Women East – an event being held at Dunston Hall next month with the aim of linking female professionals with young women in education, to share journeys and inspire ambition.

Read full story »

New Anglia LEP Enterprise Zones. Mobbs Way, Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Energy jobs boom fuelled by Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Enterprise Zone

As Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft prepare for the 50th anniversary of the discovery of southern North Sea gas, a dramatic new energy jobs boom is being fuelled by the enterprise zone covering both towns. Stephen Pullinger reports.

Read full story »

Ross Mendham of Bare Naked Foods with investor and Dragon's Den star Peter Jones. Picture submitted.

Wymondham’s Ross Mendham tames dragon Peter Jones with Bare Naked Foods business

The Big Interview: Norfolk’s Ross Mendham has transformed a £5,000 health-food business into a successful start up – albeit with a little help from Dragon’s Den star Peter Jones. 
Business editor Ben Woods speaks to the entrepreneur about his journey, as he puts pen to paper on a bumper deal with supermarket chain Morrisons.

Read full story »

Birketts 10th Anniversary. (L to r) Melissa Loucas
Adrian Possener, Jeanette Wheeler, Robert Gibbs, John Scannell, Paul Matthews, Max Roessler, Neil Sparrow, Jack Royall and Matthew Newnham
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

East Anglian law firm Birketts looks back on decade in city

East Anglian law firm Birketts is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Norwich office. Business editor Ben Woods caught up with chief executive Jonathan Agar to find out more about the firm’s rich history.

Read full story »

The opening of the new M&S Simply Food store at the Sweet Briar Retail Park. Store manager Simon Rossiter, front centre, with, Jade Hunter, front left, customer assistant; and Sarah Barker, front right, section co-ordinator; ready to cut the ribbon with all the staff. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norwich food stores are part of Marks and Spencer’s growth strategy

The Norwich area is at the forefront of a national brand’s plans to invest heavily into its food store market, it has emerged.

Read full story »

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

loading...

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT