max temp: 18°C

min temp: 9°C


Business news

Saturday, April 21, 2018

You’ve turned your heating off, so energy suppliers are cranking up their prices. Here’s how to beat the price rises, writes Moneysavingexpert’s Martin Lewis.

Colchester chef couple launch street food truck -Pot’O’Rizotto

Representatives from eight charities attended a Suffolk event designed to promote the safe driving of mobility scooters.

Two companies from north Essex have been named as recipients of this year’s Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, which recognises outstanding business achievements.

Energy giants have given a multi-billion pound vote of confidence to the industry in the East of England.

The most ambitious companies in the region were urged to hold on to their founding principles in the search for growth, as they gathered to hear inspirational stories of business success.

Regional award win for PR director Helen

Realise Futures in Ipswich wins contract to pack gifts for Suffolk brewer Adnams.

The changing face of photography retail on the high street has been reflected in the re-opening of a new Jessops store in Bury St Edmunds.

Businesses from Suffolk and Essex were represented at a networking event organised by hotel and restaurant operator Milsom on Thursday night.

Tendring District Council has promised a clamp down after a surge in the number of unauthorised signs promoting business services.

A catering team which has doubled the turnover at an Essex golf club is taking on a second franchise in Suffolk.

The Ladies in Property Suffolk group has organised a seventh networking event, on Tuesday May 8, 2018 at Ipswich Town Hall from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

£13m warehouse investment could bring a jobs bonanza to West Suffolk.

It is the interaction of people and technology that particularly interests the University of Suffolk’s director of research Professor Emma Bond.

Lowestoft’s growing expertise in the offshore renewables industry has been further underlined after a multi-million pound contract on the world’s largest offshore wind farm was awarded to a company in the town.

Indian IT company Tech Mahindra invests in new Makers Lab at Adastral Park, Suffolk

Popular ice cream shop I Scream in Ipswich has just moved to new premises and is moving into takeaway savouries soon too.

Industry leaders attend business event at One sixth form. organised by students.

Ipswich accountant Kelly-Anne Byres is a finalist in a national awards scheme

Lion Walk shopping centre, Colchester reports an excellent 2017

Debenhams in trouble - profits plunge nearly 85% after battering from the Beast from the East

A trade body for one of Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest industries is seeking feedback on its proposals to advance the sector’s development.

Which Woodbridge estate agency has been take over?

Over the coming years we can expect to 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.

This year’s Larking Gowen tourism and leisure business survey, the largest independent survey of its kind in the region, threw up some interesting facts.

The funeral of a highly-respected East Anglian businessman is due to take place today (Wednesday, April 18).

Despite both businesses and consumers dealing with pressure on their finances, a survey has indicated that confidence in East Anglia’s tourism and leisure sector remains strong. Bethany Whymark reports.

The Ed Sheeran factor is expected to have helped Framlingham Castle to a “spectacular” season, as tourism businesses across the eastern region celebrated a rise in turnover last year, a survey has found.

The owners of Clacton Pier are celebrating after securing funding for a £4m redevelopment plan.

East Anglian branches of Lloyds Banking Group are among those in the firing line after it announced plans to shut another 49 branches and cut 1,230 jobs.

The owners of Stansted Airport have stressed that they are not seeking any change to current night flight limits at the site, after campaigners claimed they were trying to overturn the current legal conditions.

A wine seller has revealed £24m investment plans as it aims to drive growth across its business and break the half a billion pound barrier.

An East Anglian electrical retail chain has succeeded in countering falls in high street footfall by investing heavily in its online offer.

Beetroot, croquettes, cod fillets and children’s toys are just a few of the products that are being recalled. Find out why here.

Most read

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter
MyDate24 MyPhotos24