MARY SCHOFIELD is a partner at Lovewell Blake, specialising in corporation and international tax issues. However, with an ever-increasing tech client base, she has needed to get to grips with the needs and nuances of the sector:
Facial recognition technology - being trialled by two major police forces in Britain - could violate human rights and is operating in a ‘legal vacuum’ according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Small suppliers who believe they are fairly treated by big supermarkets will put more resources into their relationship with buyers and perform better, according to academics at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Students at Sheringham High School had a chance to find out about jobs ranging from plumber and bricklayer, to architect and accountant, at a careers fair attended by more than 20 Norfolk businesses and organisations.
A Dereham teenager has completed a three-hour sponsored rowathon, to raise cash towards a charity trip to Borneo which will see him work on environmental projects and raise awareness of the impact of the palm oil industry on wildlife and rainforests.
Award-winning Bennett Homes is holding an open weekend to launch the final phase of its popular Woodlands development in Old Costessey – together with a special offer of Stamp Duty paid for any buyers making a reservation before February 14.
Students and graduate entrepreneurs at the University of East Anglia (UEA) will receive financial support and mentoring after financial planners and chartered accountants Lovewell Blake made a charitable donation to support the UEA’s Enterprise Fund.