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Online pharmacy e-Surgery was created by Thuria Wenbar and Oskar Wendowski, a doctor and pharmacist respectively, when they encountered prescription systems they believed were outdated. The latest in The Disruptors series, they explain how they did it.

Many people let their properties via platforms like Airbnb without proper insurance. Louise Birritteri, founder and chief executive at Pikl, explains how she got the insurance industry to move with the times.

Right now, cutting-edge driver safety technology is prohibitively expensive – but a Cambridge startup is working to make it accessible to everybody. In the latest in The Disruptors series, Hao Zheng, co-founder and chief executive at RoboK, explains all.

Those with complex healthcare needs are used to taking multiple pills every day. But what if you could combine these drugs into a bespoke 3D printed alternative? In the latest The Disruptors video, Sheng Qi explains how her team at the University of East Anglia is working towards the solution.

A derelict nightclub which has been transformed into a modern office complex has welcomed its first tenant.

The Best Employers Eastern Region survey helps businesses transform their culture. MHA Larking Gowen explain how it was part of their journey to award-winning employer status.

It takes unique determination to launch a business while studying for a degree. But for Coral Eyewear’s George Bailey, distress over plastic pollution in our oceans was a catalyst for change.

The new UK headquarters of a global business is on track for completion this summer.

Faced with the huge task of modernising a newspaper archive, chatbot builder ubisend had to teach robots how to read the news – and sound like humans. The latest in The Disruptors series, chief technology officer Joe Dixon explains how they did it.

AI chatbots are revolutionising customer service, with an easy solution that bypasses pesky out-of-hours hotlines. The latest in The Disruptors series, Dean Withey, CEO of chatbot builder Ubisend, tells us more.

Join the annual Hackathon in Ipswich and pit yourself against some of the country’s top tech minds.

What gets in the way of successful succession on farms and successful collaboration between farmers?

An historic country pub near the old medieval wool town of Lavenham is being offered up for sale.

When everyone working in a business is happy, engaged and motivated, great things start to happen. Taking charge of that process starts with the 2020 Best Employers Eastern Region survey.

Ipswich has been chosen as one of five tax office specialist sites across the country, with around 460 staff due to be brought together into one office building later this year.

A former Ipswich pub could be set to reopen, while a neighbouring restaurant which closed down recently may be turned into offices.

“Everything we do [is about] challenging norms,” says Russell Carr, head of design at Lotus — and the electric hypercar Evija sums up that philosophy.

A property investor has snapped up Haverhill Retail Park in a multi-million pound deal.

East Anglian farmers wanting to buy or sell land should “proceed with confidence” this year, land experts suggest.

But does it sound like a Lotus? The latest in The Disruptors video series, meet the man whose job it is to know.

The final clear-out of a key manufacturing site in Suffolk is on track to be completed by mid-2020 after a multinational company decided to relocate to eastern Europe, with the loss of 135 staff.

A major budget hotel chain faced a major writedown after hitting difficulties converting an old listed building in Ipswich.

A fleet of farm machines which formed part of Strutt and Parker (Farms) Ltd is being sold off at a major auction.

Rave reviews and a hunger for success have led a Suffolk food entrepreneur to dream big for his expanding burger chain empire.

A flexible workspace franchise is set to launch 32,000sq ft of office space in the centre of Ipswich.

In a new video, Matt Windle, executive director of sports car engineering at Lotus, discusses what it takes to keep the automotive industry on its toes.

Back in 2002, Paul Magnus was proudly celebrating the opening of a new 100,000 sq ft warehouse and distribution centre for Magnus Group – the logistics operation he founded – at Great Blakenham, near Ipswich.

Closure plans for a large engineering factory at Sudbury are on track to be completed this year – with the loss of more than 200 jobs.

Builders are set to start work on a good-sized new warehouse on the western edge of Suffolk.

The new landowners’ leader for the East of England believes the untapped potential of the rural economy is a “huge opportunity” for the UK as we move into a new era.

Based in Ipswich town centre, Unicorn Studios offers a vital coworking space for Suffolk’s growing freelance community

From the Formula 1 Type 49 to the new Evija electric hypercar, Lotus’ design director reflects on the brand’s innovation legacy in the latest video in The Disruptors series.

What is conveyancing? When will you need it? And why should you seek professional help to get the most from buying your home and finding your dream house?

The son of the founder of a successful Ipswich logistics firm has brought it back under full family ownership following his father’s death.

Your 30s can be a time that the realities of adult life really kick in. But you’re too young to worry about creating a will, right?

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