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The value of Suffolk’s tourism industry has grown to £1.85billion a year, according to new figures, with the total, for the 2013 season, represents a rise of £50million over 2012.
Businesses are being urged to get behind a public art initiative which aims to raise £100,000 for the St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich.
Public relations professionals across East Anglia have received recognition in the regional round of the 2015 PRide Awards.
New research has highlighted the importance of entrepreneurs in helping to revive seaside towns that have fallen into decline and unlock further potential in those already prospering.
A Suffolk MP has said he will do what he can to try and prevent a B&Q store closing down with the potential loss of around 100 jobs.
The director of Anglia Ruskin University’s Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) is in the running to be named the greenest academic in the UK.
Sudbury opticians firm Drage and Tozer, founded in 1995 by Helen Drage and Sandra Tozer, has celebrated 20 years in business by expanding into new premises.
Bury St Edmunds-based Beckett Financial Services has been recognised by a national financial services publication for delivering outstanding levels of customer satisfaction to its healthcare clients.
Pupils from the Meadows Montessori school in Ipswich have been named among the winners in the Fiver Challenge, run by the Young Enterprise programme.
The team at the Bang & Olufsen store in Colchester is celebrating after beating off competition from 60 other dealerships to be named as the audio equipment firm’s UK Partner of the Year.
Five businesses and organisations from Suffolk and north Essex have been named among the finalists in the 2015 East of England Business Champions awards.
A Sudbury pet food factory is under increasing pressure to tackle foul odours as it is revealed an environmental regulator recorded 40 stench complaints since last month.
A executive from Ipswich Building Society will today be starting a challenge to travel 100km along Africa’s Zambezi River in aid of a local charity.
The new owner of Fairline Boats has expressed confidence in the business, despite laying off more than 100 of its production staff.
The finalists in the Ipswich Independents Award 2015 have been announced.
Shopkeepers say the prestigious recognition means Ipswich can now rival Bury St Edmunds and Woodbridge as top shopping destinations.
Investigatory drilling work is continuing on the River Deben ahead of the construction of the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm.
More than 300 jobs in Suffolk and north Essex are at risk due to a proposed cut in Government support for solar energy, an industry organisation has claimed.
A new marketing campaign has been launched to attract more visitors to the Suffolk coast outside of the traditional holiday season.
Entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses are being urged to hurry to apply for places for a new business growth scheme aimed at creating 200 jobs across Norfolk and Suffolk.
A family of bakers who have been producing bread, cakes and pastries for more than half a century in their Suffolk village have won a prestigious award.
Breweries from across Suffolk and Essex have celebrated a string of medal successes in the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) eastern region awards.
The Suffolk Canine Creche at Martlesham is making a bit of a splash.
Building products retailer Screwfix is creating 13 new jobs with the launch of a second store in Ipswich.
A company based in a Suffolk town for more than 50 years has gone into liquidation, leaving 25 people needing to find new jobs.
FISITA, an international organisation for members of the automotive engineering profession, is to relocate its global headquarters to a new business park near Stansted Airport.
Sainsbury’s delivered some welcome cheer from the under-pressure supermarket sector today as it increased its profit outlook for the year.
A scheme which aims to help independent retailers comply with the age restriction on tobacco sales is being rolled out across the East of England.
Hundreds of people from the local business community are expected to visit the Menta Trade Fair today, the launch event of the 2015 Bury St Edmunds & West Suffolk Business Festival.
Northumbrian Water Group has awarded a £75million contract to maintain the quality of tap water in its southern region, where it operates as Essex & Suffolk Water.