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An Ipswich-based building company has raised thousands of pounds for a local children’s charity.

A Suffolk father whose son has type 1 diabetes has set up an online business selling consumables, equipment and fashion accessories for diabetes sufferers.

Leading Suffolk hospitality operators have spoken about how they are adapting their businesses to cope with rising food and staff costs and consumers reigning in their spending.

Daring employees have raised more than £6,000 for charity by hot footing it across 15ft of burning coals.

A Suffolk manufacturer of infill for artificial sports pitches has launched a new product that, it says, eliminates any risk to the health of players and the wider environment.

Owners of a new Indian restaurant in rural Suffolk launched with style when they held a Bollywood-themed opening night last month.

A Suffolk PR agency is aiming to support a mental health charity set up in memory of a young man who took his own life earlier this year.

Have you heard the one about the primary school that held a joke competition?

Strong overseas demand for British products has given manufacturers in the East of England reason for festive cheer, according to a survey published by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation and accountancy and business advisory firm BDO.

Nick Burrows is CEO of Notcutts, a Woodbridge-based business that operates 18 garden centres throughout the UK. The family-owned firm celebrates 120 years in business in 2017, so we asked Nick to offer us some words of wisdom from his time in the world of work.

A Suffolk business has created a system to allow companies to quickly develop applications for devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT).

Builder’s merchant Ridgeons has donated thousands of pounds worth of building materials, plumbing goods, and kitchen and bathroom supplies to a DIY SOS project in Mildenhall, Suffolk.

East of England Co-op Funeral Services has opened its 60th branch in the region with a new outlet in Lowestoft.

East Anglian recruitment business, Just Recruitment, has announced its intention to launch a new employee ownership trust where future company profits will be placed into a trust fund for the benefit of employees.

Achieving impressive double-digit growth over time is what most businesses dream of. But expansion of this kind brings with it new challenges around managing workloads, recruiting new staff and ensuring access to the relevant skills.

A recent judgment from the EAT (Employment Appeals Tribunal) has somewhat surprisingly slipped under the radar.

It it widely predicted that over the coming decades we will see more robots enter the workplace, as developments in areas such as artificial intelligence and automation make these technologies increasingly commonplace.

No-frills airline easyJet will confirm a boost from the demise of rivals and recent woes at Ryanair when it reports results on Tuesday, but a £100 million hit from the weak pound will still see profits tumble.

An online interiors retailer has opened its first showroom location at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead near Ipswich.

Disabled swimmers in Sudbury can now access their pool more easily thanks to the generosity of a local business.

Roundwood Tennis Club has been served £12,000 from a fund that recognises innovative renewable energy projects.

Organisers of a game developers conference in Ipswich hope the event will help establish the business sector in the town.

Bury St Edmunds-based property company Pigeon Investment Management raised over £1,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) after it held a football tournament last month.

A Suffolk window cleaner has launched a new business cleaning the sides of buildings using technology from the United States.

Haulage company James Kemball has opened a new loaded container storage depot at the Port of Felixstowe.

An Essex businessman says he aims to revolutionise the boat charter market through an online service inspired by the Airbnb room rental website.

Fundraisers were in full swing for a charity golf day that raised vital funds for those living with a progressive illness.

The University of Suffolk, Associated British Ports and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce have launched a new leadership development programme for people working in international transport.

A good restaurant experience tends to feel effortless - the food, the service and the atmosphere are just as they should be.

A construction company is set to transform a Suffolk town into a winter wonderland this Christmas in an effort to make dreams come true.

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