A special effects company which supplies the ‘wow’ factor at top musical and sporting events has opened a personal protective equipment (PPE) shop in Bungay to support local people and businesses.
A cash flow crisis could be brewing in East Anglia as companies start to feel the pressure from the coronavirus crisis.
A regional retailer is calling for government action as staff members are subjected to appalling levels of abuse from customers during lockdown.
An East Anglian pub group is planning a phased return as it eases out of lockdown.
Regional discount retailer QD stores has announced the reopening of five more of its stores across Suffolk and Norfolk as part of the final stage of its phased re-launch of branches.
A high performance pet food maker says it is “proud” of the role it has played in getting an overweight Labrador back into shape.
The owner of a camping and hiking retail chain has been given more time to consider what to with the business.
An international touring theatre company has been given a timely cash boost as it battles through the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Police detectives are on the hunt for three suspects after thieves made off with a haul of £5,000 worth of live pond fish and goods after breaking into a garden centre near Norwich.
A firm which makes equestrian equipment is feeling buoyant as sales and leads pick up in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown.
Occupational health experts say they have engaged with more than 1,000 employers trying to work through the challenges of the coronavirus lockdown.
Greene King’s boss said it was “inexcusable” that its founder had profited from slavery.
A law firm is offering regional businesses a £250k lifeline as they struggle to get to grips with fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Top chefs who branched out with a revolutionary new fast food concept have launched a home delivery service to addresses across Suffolk and Cambridgeshire – and hope to take their kits nationwide.
Greene King has warned that “a number” of its premises won’t be financially viable or able to open for operational reasons as it unveiled a very different world for pub customers.
An Ipswich commercial lawyer who acted for companies over last year’s liquidation of travel giant Thomas Cook Group has taken over the regional reins at an insolvency and restructuring trade body.
A company boss has praised the “magnificent” response of his workforces across East Anglia as the company strove to continue its critical supply chain work through the coronavirus lockdown.
An East Anglian electrical retailer is set to reopen 10 of its largest stores from Monday, June 15.
Lockdown has provided a welcome boost for a sheepskin clothing maker – as its slipper sales soar.
A supplier to the pub and restaurant trade has used lockdown to diversify its business to provide home delivery pizza-making kits.
Marks and Spencer clothing stores across Suffolk, Norfolk and north Essex are set to reopen on Monday, June 15.
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