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Proxama's Sophie Lynn with the new app that let's people know of retail opportunities close to them. Photo: Steve Adams

Norwich shoppers to be part of new digital shopping revolution

Bargain-hunting shoppers could cash in on a digital shopping revolution being piloted in Norwich as a project aims to reinvigorate our high streets.

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Indigo Swan current MD Emily Groves, left, is going on maternity leave and Emma Gooderham is taking over as MD while she is away. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Special report: How do you stay at the top when a baby is on the way?

When Emily Groves founded Indigo Swan in 2010, having a child was not a consideration.

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Apprentice at Beccles based business M&H Plastics.
Matt Hudson.

Research calls for business tax to fund workforce of the future

The government should learn from its European neighbours and tax businesses to fund apprenticeships to help drive down youth unemployment, a study has found.

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Liftshare.com's new offices in Duke Street, Norwich. Behind the drab exterior of the building lies a funky and stimulating workspace, the centre piece being a playful slide between floors. Photo: Steve Adams

Could office working be a thing of the past?

A skiver’s paradise or a more productive way of working? Annabelle Dickson asks why more of us are working from home or in collaborative work spaces, as a new report signals the decline of a traditional nine to five office.

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Deidre Kelly, better known as White Dee from the television show Benefits Street.

Benefits Street does not reflect most jobseekers in the East

Jobseekers in the East are not like those depicted on television shows such as Benefits Street, the region’s job centre manager has said, as she urged employers to get in touch when it is looking for recruits.

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