Norfolk and Suffolk’s leading companies have today been revealed in a new look Top 100 covering the two counties.

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The first Top 100 guide, jointly produced by the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times rates businesses based on turnover as well as profitability and staff numbers.

The Top 100 is fairly evenly split between businesses in the two counties, with Norfolk firms representing 52 companies in the list and Suffolk firms 48. All are businesses with a significant presence in the region, whether they are owner-managed or multi-national corporations.

The list, which has been revealed ahead of today’s New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership conference in Ipswich, features companies with turnover of between £24m to £4bn, employing from just over 20 staff to more than 20,000.

As well as a comprehensive round-up of businesses, it also features “company reports” from some of the firms, where they talk about some of the issues and challenges which they face.

Follow www.EDP24.co.uk for full coverage of today’s New Anglia confernce as it happens

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