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Bethany Whymark

Amid competition from social media, how do you keep businesspeople interested in meeting each other face to face? Bethany Whymark reports on the new trends in networking.

Today the world marks International Women’s Day – a celebration of past and present female achievements and an incitement for women to reach higher in the future.

Becoming a “simpler, stronger” group will allow Aviva to give more back to its shareholders this year, according to new figures.

A Norfolk branch of New Look is among those which could close as part of a proposal to reduce the company’s fixed costs, as the tough trading environment continues.

As campaigns against sexual harassment and discrimination at work gather pace, one specific issue risks being left behind – motherhood.

A regional health and wellbeing group has rebranded to encompass its expanded activity.

An East Anglian recruitment firm is celebrating a job well done after raising more than £8,000 for its charity of the year in 2017.

East Anglian facilities giant Servest is expected to pass the £1bn turnover mark following an acquisition.

Paul Mackman, vice chair of the Eastern Board Chartered Institute of Marketing, gives his top tips on how to prevent and, if necessary, mitigate a PR crisis in your business.

Construction sites across the UK have ground to a halt due to heavy snow fall, according to a national trade body.

As the energy industry’s biggest conference in the East of England gets underway, some of the sector’s leading lights express their views on the opportunities and challenges 2018 will bring.

Confidence among businesses in the East of England fell in February despite more feeling optimistic about the economy.

In our busy and fast-paced world, brand is king – and with social media continually speeding up the news cycle reputations can be made, or lost, in hours.

One of the region’s biggest housebuilders has welcomed results which show an “outstanding” performance in 2017.

A fifth of British Netflix viewers watch shows at work, new data shows.

The wintry weather gripping East Anglia has caused the cancellation of an event on Industry 4.0 for the region’s business community.

Experts are urging Philip Hammond to freeze rises in business rates in next month’s spring statement after figures revealed almost a quarter of a million commercial premises are braced for above-inflation hikes.

East Anglian firms could capitalise on the deployment of a novel technology set to be used with two of the world’s largest proposed offshore wind farms.

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has reported its first profit in a decade.

Families on the lower end of the pay spectrum are facing three years of stagnant living standards – which could lead to the first sustained rise in inequality in 30 years, a new report has warned.

Thousands of UK jobs are at risk as British Gas owner Centrica looks to axe a further 4,000 roles under a ramped-up efficiency programme following a 17% drop in annual profits.

The East of England racked up one of the highest totals of undeclared taxable income in the last year, a new study shows.

People in the East of England are the least likely to be struggling to pay off their credit card balance, with most paying in full each month, according to a credit information provider.

The deadline to have your say on the state of the tourism and leisure industry in East Anglia has been extended.

The battle to engage more girls in technical subjects is beginning to bear fruit – but leading figures in the industry in East Anglia say engagement and outreach will be key to bringing up the numbers.

More than a fifth of employees in the East of England pulled a “sickie” in 2017, according to new research.

Many employers still believe it is reasonable to ask woman about their plans to have children during a job interview.

Forget London or Birmingham – a new report has named Edinburgh as the UK’s most attractive city for inward investment.

The gambling industry watchdog is ordering William Hill to pay penalties totalling £6.2m for “systematic social responsibility and money laundering failures”.

British employers have been accused of “living in the dark ages” by an organisation which has explored their attitudes towards pregnancy when recruiting.

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