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An online interiors retailer has opened its first showroom location at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead near Ipswich.
Disabled swimmers in Sudbury can now access their pool more easily thanks to the generosity of a local business.
Organisers of a game developers conference in Ipswich hope the event will help establish the business sector in the town.
Rail commuters are spending over two hours getting to and from work every day as travel times increase for Britain’s workers, a new study has revealed.
Individual and business-wide achievements have been recognised at an awards ceremony celebrating the best firms in Lowestoft and Waveney.
More businesses in the East of England are showing signs of growth than the national average, but wider indicators suggest “a new phase of the economic cycle” may have started.
The Dragons’ Den star will be visiting Suffolk next year.
Roundwood Tennis Club has been served £12,000 from a fund that recognises innovative renewable energy projects.
Staff and customers at the Copdock Tesco store have been celebrating three decades of every little helps with a special day marking its 30th anniversary today.
Telecoms giants BT and Huawei have launched a five-year initiative to establish a joint research and collaboration group at the University of Cambridge.
An East Anglian network promoting equality in the technology industry will hold its awards ceremony later this month.
Two members of Labour’s shadow transport team have visited London Stansted to view the airport’s plans for making further use of its runway capacity.
Fast-growing phone and data services company Chicane Voice & Data, based near Ipswich, has doubled its office space to make room for further expansion.
Changes to the personal tax allowance, simplification of the VAT system and a review of tax-exempt business expenses are among the Budget predictions from a regional tax advisory firm.
Cafe Scientifique events return to Arlingtons with `Does it Matter Who Funds Science?’ on Tuesday November 21.
Cambridge-based logistics group James Dolan has made its second acquisition in Suffolk in 18 months with the purchase of Dooley Rumble.
Retail sales grew steadily in October, helped by a strong performance from the secondhand and charity shop sector.
Virgin Money has announced a push into small business banking as the firm looks to narrow the gap with Britain’s biggest lenders.
A report revealing only half of university students secured jobs at the right level after graduating has prompted a challenge to the institutions to justify their tuition fees.
Schemes to invigorate the digital skills agenda in Norfolk and Suffolk will also need to tackle recruitment issues in the region’s tech industry.
An East Anglian cider-making operation which began as home-brewing is now blazing a trail in top-end tipples.
Work has begun on the onshore infrastructure for a £2.5bn wind farm project, with East Anglian companies set to be involved.
Business support agency Menta is staging a series of six “masterclasses” to help organisations prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect next May.
The Culver Square shopping centre in Colchester is to become part of a national “business incubator” project offering £300,000-worth of support of start-up ventures.
Seamans Building, based at Thurston, near Bury St Edmunds, is celebrating national recognition after picking up a trophy at the LABC Building Excellence Awards grand final in London.
The ONE Haverhill Partnership has launched a new drive to encourage more businesses to get involved in supporting its projects and priorities for the town.
Average earnings have slipped further behind the rate of inflation, despite unemployment falling to its lowest level for more than 12 years.
The experience and expertise of East Anglian business has helped to shape a new platform which hopes to shake up start-up support for new companies.
Research by a house building group has revealed “wholly ironic” views among anti-development protesters.
Foreign workers could be lured to work for UK technology firms under plans to double the amount of visas available for “exceptionally” talented migrants as the country prepares to leave the European Union.
Nearly a quarter of firms believe Brexit may force them to move work outside the UK, according to a new study.
Businesses in the East of England reported more than £38m lost to fraud in the last year.
Hundreds of people across the East of England may have a better chance of solving their money problems if the government introduces a proposed “breathing space” for those struggling with debts.
The only Post Office in Brantham will close tomorrow, despite an impassioned campaign by villagers and councillors to save it.
Ipswich Building Society chief executive Richard Norrington has made his first prison visit as part of the society’s efforts to improve “financial literacy”.
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