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A Martlesham Heath freight forwarding company has renewed its commitment as a key sponsor for Felixstowe & Walton United Football Club, the Seasiders.

Helping customers to find you online is a key tool in a small business’s digital marketing arsenal.

A family blinds business had its day in the sun as around 100 of its dealers gathered to celebrate the opening of its new Outdoor Living Showsite & Shading Experience Centre.

A Suffolk pre-cast concrete firm delivered a consignment of 1500 beams and infills blocks to the fourth phase of the Summers Park development at Lawford, Manningtree, last week.

An established firm of consulting engineers based at Brightwell in Suffolk is celebrating a new name and new look to deliver its dedicated focus on the design of development infrastructure.

Suffolk Coastal businesses will be exploring routes to market on Wednesday, June 28, as they gear up for Brexit.

Ipswich knitting and craft shop Jenny Wren’s Yarns is short-listed in national award scheme again.

A Felixstowe PR firm has been shortlisted for a prestigious sector award.

More than half of rural businesses in East Anglia feel their viability could be threatened if access to migrant workers is restricted after Brexit, according to an industry survey.

Rock musicians who bonded in university are set to open a vintage store in Ipswich’s Sailmakers Shopping Centre this weekend.

Small businesses and local authorities have the opportunity to attend a special data analytics summer school with Essex university experts.

Consumer confidence has collapsed following Theresa May’s general election catastrophe as household finances come under renewed pressure and fears over the housing market rise.

Rates relief “specialists” targeting unsuspecting business owners and charging unnecessary fees to help them reduce their business rates have been condemned by a district council.

A green grants scheme for business launched last year has identified £2m worth of savings for Suffolk and Norfolk businesses to date, it says.

An East Anglian fruit farmer has called for the reintroduction of a Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (SAWS) as the number of seasonal workers drops to critically low levels on some British farms and fears grow that British soft fruit prices will soar.

Food & farming news

Yesterday, 11:28

More than half of rural businesses in East Anglia feel their viability could be threatened if access to migrant workers is restricted after Brexit, according to an industry survey.

Mon, 16:11

After an emotional farewell to the organisation whose success he inspired, a leading figure in the region’s farming industry will be honoured with a special award at the Royal Norfolk Show.

United Kingdom
Mon, 16:02

An East Anglian fruit farmer has called for the reintroduction of a Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme (SAWS) as the number of seasonal workers drops to critically low levels on some British farms and fears grow that British soft fruit prices will soar.

European Union

Expert advice

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

If your organisation deals with personal data, you need to fully understand your legal obligations. Failure to do so could land you with a severe penalty – as one Essex council discovered.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

When negotiating the terms of a commercial lease, early legal advice is of paramount importance.

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Movers and Shakers

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Anglian Water boss Peter Simpson has scooped the coveted Highest Rated Chief Executive Office (CEO) award from Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job sites.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Four experienced solicitors have become partners at Essex law firm Birkett Long.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

A lawyer and an accountant with more than 60 years’ experience combined have joined forces to help resolve potentially costly disputes.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Yesterday, 12:17

Suffolk Coastal businesses will be exploring routes to market on Wednesday, June 28, as they gear up for Brexit.