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Bury St Edmunds: Business support agency NWES unveils new enterprise centre

16:41 03 March 2014

The new NWES Enterprise Centre in Bury. From left, Dina Borisovich, Sarah Payne, Alison Morrissey (area manager) and Abi Gagen.

The new NWES Enterprise Centre in Bury. From left, Dina Borisovich, Sarah Payne, Alison Morrissey (area manager) and Abi Gagen.

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Regional business support agency NWES today unveiled its latest new enterprise centre.

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Lowestoft-based NWES, which already has a presence in towns including Ipswich, Felixstowe, Sudbury and Leiston, held an open day at its new centre, based in Southgate Street, Bury St Edmunds.

Visitors had the chance in look around the office space, conference facilities and hot-desk area on offer, and to talk to members of the NWES team about the range of support available.

For further details, call the Bury St Edmunds centre on 01284 799640 or visit www.nwes.org.uk .

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