April 19 2014 Latest news:
Delays to traffic on the A14 cost Suffolk businesses nearly £140million a year, according to a new survey by accountants Ernst and Young.
An agreement has been reached for Suffolk Chamber of Commerce to manage the Norfolk and Suffolk Growth Hub which is being established by the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The head of customer services at regional electricity distribution company UK Power Networks has apologised to Suffolk businesses which suffered power cuts following the recent storms.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has backed calls for Chancellor George Osborn to focus on youth employment, training and enterprise in his Budget later this month.
A thriviing local economy is vital to crime and police plan