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.
Norfolk and Suffolk are renowned for their local food producers the recent Local Flavours event was a chance for Ed Savory, head of food sector at law firm Birketts, to get a taste.
A Norwich wealth management firm has welcomed three new recruits to its team.
The Brexit negotiations stumble on but in the meantime small firms are losing confidence, according to a major new survey.
‘We’re currently witnessing a revolution in the automotive industry’ - and this Suffolk entrepreneur is in the driving seat
The current crises in the housing market and private rental sector are well-documented – and now a Norfolk social enterprise has joined a programme hoping to tackle them.
It began 20 years ago with a student who needed a cross-country lift home from university. Now Norwich company Liftshare is coming into its own as the ‘sharing economy’ principles and digital format it is based on become ever more popular.
Contract wins with big-name clients have led to growth at Future50 member Purple Tuesday. Mark Shields reports.
A Norfolk marketing agency is using a total rebrand to reflect a change in its skillset – which is already reaping commercial rewards.
An East Anglian company specialising in mobile payments has been named as one of just 20 businesses selected for a national fintech programme delivered for the treasury.
An IT services company is planning for “aggressive” growth after moving to a new home on the Norfolk coast.
It’s one of the world’s favourite flavours - but the soaring price of vanilla has caused problems for food and drink companies across the world.
When Kate Bowden-Smith founded Pier PR and Marketing 10 years ago, she was clear about the kind of agency she wanted to create.
Norwich gin distillery Bullards has kicked off a partnership with Norwich City FC.
Technology can make our lives easier, but sometimes the old ways are still the best, writes business editor Mark Shields.