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East Anglian firms could capitalise on the deployment of a novel technology set to be used with two of the world’s largest proposed offshore wind farms.

A family is working hard in preparation for the opening a farm shop in mid-Suffolk next month.

An insurance broker has announced it will be supporting the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) for the next three years.

Home furnishings made by a Suffolk design and textile firm are heading to Hong Kong this March as part of a select band of products showcasing the best of UK industrial and creative excellence to Asian companies.

A cricket bat making business has launched a range using wood exclusively from Suffolk.

More than 30 businesses from across East Anglia came together today for a roadshow at the offices of Bury St Edmunds brewer Greene King to help boost exporting know-how.

Insurance giant Aviva has sold its remaining stakes in two Spanish businesses for 202m euro (£178m).

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has reported its first profit in a decade.

The amount of free overtime put in by workers last year was worth over £31bn, according to a new study.

Ipswich Building Society will be opening a new Woodbridge branch on Tuesday, February 27, from 10am.

An electrical goods supplier has expanded its Midlands base with a substantial investment in a new premises.

A Suffolk businessman is encouraging entrepreneurs to focus on spiritual growth through a series of five workshops.

A Suffolk family-owned care home group said it was “hugely proud” after inspectors rated two of its homes ‘outstanding’ in the space of six months.

A top accountancy firm has pledged to use its extensive business network to help a new initiative aimed at boosting the social mobility of young people in Ipswich.

Five Suffolk companies have made it onto a list of Britain’s top exporters.

Families on the lower end of the pay spectrum are facing three years of stagnant living standards – which could lead to the first sustained rise in inequality in 30 years, a new report has warned.

Thousands of UK jobs are at risk as British Gas owner Centrica looks to axe a further 4,000 roles under a ramped-up efficiency programme following a 17% drop in annual profits.

The East of England racked up one of the highest totals of undeclared taxable income in the last year, a new study shows.

Ipswich Building Society has announced increased annual profits, along with higher mortgage lending and savings balances, for the year to November 30.

People in the East of England are the least likely to be struggling to pay off their credit card balance, with most paying in full each month, according to a credit information provider.

Motor retailer Evans Halshaw, part of the Pendragon group, hosted a Chinese New Year-themed event to mark the launch of its new Car Store in Ipswich.

Located on the outskirts of Lakenheath in Suffolk, Murfitts Industries is a leading recycler of car and bike tyres, reclaiming and recycling an incredible 11 million each year.

Essex-based Healthcare Homes Group has acquired the Haughgate House Nursing Home in Woodbridge, bringing its portfolio of residential properties to 36.

The deadline to have your say on the state of the tourism and leisure industry in East Anglia has been extended.

Do you want to learn how to make your company a better place to work, improve its productivity, and help it become more appealing to new recruits?

Unemployment in the UK has risen over the past three months at the fastest rate for almost five years, with earnings growth continuing to lag behind the rate of inflation.

With women’s rights and gender equality under the microscope, this week we will feature four prominent Suffolk business women talking about their experiences in the workplace and how things have changed in their time. Today, its the turn of Fiona Hotson Moore, partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants.

A group of international experts have warned that rogue states and terrorists could turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to destabilise the world.

A revived shopping centre in Ipswich town centre will receive another boost this weekend with the opening of a popular music and entertainment store.

The battle to engage more girls in technical subjects is beginning to bear fruit – but leading figures in the industry in East Anglia say engagement and outreach will be key to bringing up the numbers.

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