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Future50 deadline extended

Applications are still open for the Future50 Class of 2018. Picture: Future50

Applications are still open for the Future50 Class of 2018. Picture: Future50


Nominations are still open to find the most innovative and ambitious businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk.

The deadline for applications for the Future50 Class of 2018 has been extended until Monday, October 9, giving more time to apply to benefit from an unrivalled business support programme.

Members will have access to business advice, from marketing to finance, and multimedia exposure, as well as opportunities to network with other entrepreneurs to informally discuss shared opportunities and challenges.

The scheme is run by enterprise agency Nwes and Archant, publisher of the EDP and EADT, with the support of partners Birketts, Lovewell Blake, Barclays and the University of East Anglia.

Successful applicants will demonstrate how they can have a positive impact on the Norfolk and Suffolk economy over the next three years.

Apply and find details at www.eadt.co.uk/business/future50

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