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Bosses behind the development of the former Sproughton sugar beet site have confirmed it will not be used as another out-of-town retail park.
A group of Dutch buyers is set to get a VIP welcome at an East Anglian food and drink showcase as the region strives to encourage more trade with the Netherlands.
The less-than-healthy diet of UK consumers is set to take centre-stage at a food conference in Suffolk.
Voluntary and community projects in Suffolk and Norfolk supporting more than 500 people to find a job or become work ready, have received £200,000 in grants.
Work is under way to develop a new business park in Stowmarket, helped by loan funding of £630,000 from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
A month-long study which will explore opportunities to save a major industrial site in Sudbury has been commissioned by the district council.
A Suffolk biotech start-up has secured £400,000 as it launches a range of products to help combat the spread of TB in cattle.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has welcomed three more business leaders to the panel of its flagship business support programme.
Suffolk’s tourism trade has seen its biggest boom for a decade – with the visitor economy reaching the £2 billion mark for the first time.
A new funding pot of nearly a million pounds is being made available to boost high-growth businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Careers education is getting a boost in East Anglia after the area received a share of a £5m fund to establish a new “hub”.
Nearly 36,000 hours of business support have been provided by the New Anglia Growth Hub, it has calculated as it marks its fourth anniversary.
The UK government has announced a £200m deal aimed at fuelling innovation and diversity in the civil nuclear industry while bringing down build costs.
A Suffolk biotech start-up is set to expand after attracting international interest in its animal disease testing technology.
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.
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.
Multi-million pound plans to create a pioneering institute of technology in East Anglia have leapt forward, it can be revealed today.
A six-figure bid for funding to safeguard the future of Suffolk’s fishing industry after Brexit has been lodged, as council bosses eye a “major opportunity” to boost business.
The productivity puzzle has bedevilled the country for a decade – but new research suggests firms are still be refusing to face up to the problem.
Developers met dignitaries atop Ipswich’s until-recently abandoned ‘Winerack’ building to celebrate the unblocking of a stalled regeneration project.
Poor average journey times on the region’s key routes has led to business chiefs calling for a “fit for purpose” road network to tackle congestion.
A project to create a major new nature reserve on the outskirts of Lowestoft is projected to bring a £1million windfall to tourism-related businesses in the area.
Portable Space grow into more space at Bacton.
Work to redevelop Ipswich Cornhill has taken a significant step forward with the delivery of a new underground tank for the water feature at the heart of the revamped town centre.
A trade body for one of Norfolk and Suffolk’s biggest industries is seeking feedback on its proposals to advance the sector’s development.
The final phase of roadworks to improve walking and cycling facilities around the Northgate roundabout in Bury St Edmunds, as part of a £2.75 million scheme across the town, is due to finish on Friday.
A scheme to help businesses to grow and innovate has delivered nearly 250 jobs and £9m of investment in just two years.
A report detailing the potential impact of Brexit on Suffolk and Norfolk has warned that it is “crucial” to retain EU workers because so many of the region’s key industries are reliant on them.
A taskforce set up to support staff at a Sudbury firm after it was earmarked for closure has been criticised by a trade union over its “lack of a coherent blueprint”.
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