November 23 2014 Latest news:
A shopping centre closed for almost five hours yesterday due to a suspected gas leak has re-opened as normal this morning.
Tourism-related businesses in Suffolk are being urged to make an early New Year’s resolution to shout louder about their offering during 2015.
English Architectural Glazing (EAG), based Chiswick Avenue, Mildehhall, has secured a contract to provide external cladding for a major development in Reading, Berkshire.
East Anglian farmers are being urged to grow more wheat after a group joined a trade mission to north Africa championing UK cereals.
Market watchers may have noticed an unusually large number of profit warnings from UK quoted companies in the last few months.
Family businesses account for two thirds of the UK’s small and medium sized businesses and are the bedrock or our economy both nationally and locally.
Town Topics with Ipswich Chamber of Commerce
Ipswich-based Concertus Design & Property Consultants have taken on four graduate apprentices in trainee positions within its Architectural, Building Surveying and Building Services Design Studios.
The improved fortunes of Thomas Cook and the autumn sales performance of B&Q owner Kingfisher will be in the spotlight for investors this week.