An independent Norfolk business owner has called for greater unity on the high street to turn the tide on the crumbling retail outlook.
The final batch of Future 50 businesses has been announced - but this year there is a twist.
The next batch of successful Future 50 applicants has been announced by the programme.
The first batch of successful Future50 applicants has been announced but the project remains open for further submissions.
Applications for the 2019 cohort of the Future50 campaign have been pouring in since the project opened almost a month ago.
The search is on for the cohort of Future50 businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk.
The search is on for the brightest sparks on East Anglia's business scene.
The boss of a Norwich marketing agency reckons a Brexit decision could actually have a positive effect on business - helping to double last year's profits.
Do you love your 'man cave' or 'she shed'? So many people do, one Norfolk business is embarking on a major expansion plan to cope with increased demand.
My New Year's resolution is to get better at spending money. Buying stuff has never been easier. Too easy.
A luxury travel company from Norwich has taken inspiration from a 19th-century adventurer for its new rebrand.
It's been a year of growth and success for Gnaw Chocolate, which has won a major national award. Mark Shields caught up with the company founder.
A Norfolk travel company has picked up a national travel award for the fifth year running.
One of the key questions on business owners' minds is: "What does the end-game look like for me?"
A Norwich digi-tech company has come full circle by creating an app for the charity which inspired its founder.
The "all-important golden quarter" for retail sales has got off to a fairly flat start as cautious consumer spending continues into the final three months of 2018, a report has found.
A major warehouse on a Thetford industrial estate has been leased to a recycling firm in a 10-year deal.
Norfolk personal alarms business Lifeline24 has revealed that it intends to create 20 new intern and apprenticeship positions in the next two years.
The chancellor's efforts to boost work-based training has been welcomed by businesses in East Anglia, where some of the fastest-growing companies are reliant on the apprentice workforce.
What do bank clerks, supermarket check out staff and accountants all have in common? They're all job roles that are gradually diminishing, thanks to advances in automation and AI technology.