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Two day anniversary auction at Sworders in Essex makes a massive £780,000.

A new business networking session is starting up for small and micro business owners who might normally shy away from networking because they worry they’ll be expected to give a presentation, or find walking into a room of strangers daunting.

London Stansted Airport has been awarded Level 3+ carbon neutral status by the Airports Council International (ACI), in recognition of its extensive work to reduce and offset carbon emissions at London’s fastest growing airport.

Fenn Wright cyclists raise more than £6,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices with long distance trek.

Businessman reveals plans to create a £25m `care village’ at Westerfield House, on the edge of Ipswich.

Two brothers who are passionate about classic cars are scaling up their car storage business, enabling them to look after more collectible motors for other like-minded enthusiasts.

An employer-led skills centre designed to train the next generation of offshore energy sector workers in East Anglia opens its doors today.

Pubs, breweries and drinks makers in East Anglia say they are “monitoring the situation” after warnings that CO2 shortages could see the UK run out of beer and fizzy drinks ahead of a weekend of World Cup festivities and summer barbecues.

Students from 11 Suffolk secondary schools got an insight into the world of engineering as part of International Women in Engineering Day 2018.

Ipswich craft shop Jenny Wren’s Yarns goes from strength to strength

Halstead-based discount store Thing-Me-Bobs is to rebrand as QD as part of a refit by its owners, the QD Group.

Pubs, breweries and drinks makers in East Anglia say they are “monitoring the situation” after warnings that CO2 shortages could see the UK run out of beer and fizzy drinks ahead of a weekend of World Cup festivities and summer barbecues.

An Ipswich-based cruise line firm is planning a fleet get-together at the port of Cádiz in Spain to celebrate its 170th year.

Anglian Water said it was ‘on its game’ as other water companies were singled out for criticism by the industry watchdog for their response to the ‘Beast from the East’ Arctic blast in February and March which left thousands of customers without water.

Annual profits at Dixons Carphone have slumped by almost a quarter – and the group has warned that cost pressures will continue to squeeze its margins.

A Suffolk engineer has been elected as the first female regional chair of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).

Prime minister Theresa May heard from an East Anglian business leader about how the government could work more closely with the region to drive growth.

An Essex department store is hosting a gin bar featuring fruit liqueurs from a celebrated jam maker based in the county.

A start up is getting women of all ages up on the dancefloor for a spin, but not in a nightclub.

What does having a good ‘employer brand’ really mean for a business? According to Simon Barrows, the man who claims to have first coined the term ‘the employer brand’ its about much more than just uploading a set of worthy statements onto a website.

People in the East of England are more likely to have experienced an unsolicited approach for a possible pension or investment scam than anywhere else in the UK.

A Suffolk brewer and pubs owner has welcomed a decision by the Welsh National Assembly to introduce a new law raising the cost of cheap, strong alcohol and urged the Westminster government to follow its lead.

The number of European Union (EU) workers coming to East Anglia to take up jobs has fallen since Brexit, official figures suggest, prompting fears of looming gaps in the regional workforce.

They’re at the top of their businesses and the top of their game.

Household expenses and other outgoings cost people living in the East of England more than £3,000 a month an average, a new report claims.

The number of direct flights on offer at Stansted Airport has soared, according to a report.

HR specialists Waddington Brown collaborated with domestic abuse charity Lighthouse to highlight the effects of domestic abuse in the workplace and the impact it has on businesses.

Essex financial advisers Fiducia Wealth Management has appointed a new managing director.

Pier PR & Marketing has been awarded a grant from the New Anglia LEP’s Growing Business Fund to support its ambitious expansion plans.

Suffolk-based The Hudson Group has thrown down a challenge to other local businesses to join them in a day of fun, and fundraising, at Alton Water this summer.

New investment in Crown House offices provides studios and serviced offices for small businesses and start-ups.

Some men are quite partial to pottering around in their shed with drills and spanners, but Kenneth Mockford has taken his shed-tinkering to another level. The 54 year-old engineer has been shutting himself away inside his garden shed “from dawn until dusk” since April 25 in order to build the world’s first F-35B Lightning jet simulator for public use.

A lobbying group has warned a “cashless society” could spell trouble for the region’s small businesses, as new figures show the number of payments made by debit card in the UK overtook those made by cash for the first time in 2017.

Debenhams shares plunged after the retailer issued its third profit warning for 2018, saying market weakness and competitor discounting had hit sales.

Catering students from Hackney will be heading to Suffolk for a special farm-based cookery course.

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