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With the cricket season due to start next month, players will be stepping up net practice and assessing their equipment requirements for the coming summer.

Jonathan Cole may live in Surrey but it is the business he represents and its potential to have a huge impact on East Anglia, which puts him among the business elite in the region.

During his career in the Royal Navy, Neil Farrow travelled the globe.

Over the coming years we will see a huge increase in the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on our roads, as manufacturers phase out polluting diesel and petrol-powered cars in favour of those offering lower carbon emissions.

A husband and wife team have taken over a regional business transfer agency with a view to bringing a higher level of service to people wanting to buy and sell a business.

Aviation Minister Baroness Sugg visited Stansted Airport today to view progress on the first phase of the airport’s £600 million investment programme, which aims to improve global connectivity for London and the eastern region.

Runners from Hadleigh Hares athletics club will enjoy a brighter future when out running on country lanes after a donation from UK Power Networks.

When those not wholly familiar with the county think of Suffolk, what is it that springs to mind?

Writtle University College unveiled its new equine facilities at an open day earlier this week.

When Joy Burnford and Sophie Edmond attended the same networking event last year, they could not have expected that their meeting would end up with them going into business together.

In order to improve their monitoring and conservation work, wildlife researchers are increasingly turning to technology.

Persimmon Homes Anglia is embarking on a new fundraising drive to help a leading meningitis charity.

Anglian Water has denied it is “seeking industrial unrest” in a dispute over workers pensions.

An East Anglian recruitment firm has pledged to donate to EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice) every time they make a permanent placement this year.

Ipswich-based home improvements business SEH BAC is offering its expertise to renovate community buildings in need of repair - free of charge.

Anglia Ruskin University has signed a pledge not to invest in fossil fuel companies.

A successful Suffolk children’s publisher is marking its 20th year in business with a name change and the launch of new range of books.

A shop that offers clothing alterations and sewing classes to young people has opened in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

The AGE UK Suffolk charity is £10,000 better off thanks to a generous donation from Basepoint Business Centre Ipswich.

Tobacco is not normally associated with health benefits but researchers at the John Innes Centre in Norwich are contributing to a new European Union-funded project that uses tobacco plants to produce vaccines and new drugs.

The manufacturers organisation, EEF, has upgraded its growth forecasts for the sector in 2018 as improved global demand, from European markets in particular, continues to provide a boost to the manufacturing supply chain.

Administrators for Toys R Us have announced a closing down sale with discounts of up to 25% available to bargain hunters.

Despite the growing resistance to cold calling, using the phone to make a sales call can still be effective if done intelligently and used as part of a marketing strategy that incorporates multiple communication channels.

A family is working hard in preparation for the opening a farm shop in mid-Suffolk next month.

Home furnishings made by a Suffolk design and textile firm are heading to Hong Kong this March as part of a select band of products showcasing the best of UK industrial and creative excellence to Asian companies.

A cricket bat making business has launched a range using wood exclusively from Suffolk.

More than 30 businesses from across East Anglia came together today for a roadshow at the offices of Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King to help boost exporting know-how.

Located on the outskirts of Lakenheath in Suffolk, Murfitts Industries is a leading recycler of car and bike tyres, reclaiming and recycling an incredible 11 million each year.

With women’s rights and gender equality under the microscope, this week we will feature four prominent Suffolk business women talking about their experiences in the workplace and how things have changed in their time. Today, its the turn of Fiona Hotson Moore, partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants.

There are constant calls for the education sector to work more closely with the business world, and one provider walking the walk is the University of Essex.

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