Business is changing for the better
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Businesses in Suffolk and north Essex are at the heart of a region which is setting the pace for growth across the country.
Your East Anglian Daily Times has long championed the region’s businesses, and the movers and shakers who make the regional economy tick, and in recognition of this vibrancy we are expanding our daily and weekly business coverage to reflect the pivotal role which our companies and entrepreneurs play in our community.
From Monday, May 16 we will bring you four pages of the best local, regional and national business news, insight and analysis everyday.
We know from many of you that business doesn’t simply stop at the county border and our increased coverage will do more to analyse the regional issues which are common to companies across East Anglia.
Meanwhile, our weekly business supplement is getting a new look and sections where our team of writers will bring you the stories that matter on the firms which are helping our economy to thrive and prosper.
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We will start each week with a focus on start-ups and new businesses, and the pioneering spirit of our Future50 firms, while at weekends our expanded coverage includes a new look Personal Finance section featuring tips on the best deals from MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis.
From sole traders to multi-billion pound corporate giants, the Suffolk economy is made up of a rich patchwork of companies and wealth creators and these exciting changes will reflect that dynamic spirit.
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- 3 Felixstowe beach hut goes on sale for record price
- 4 Woman's body found in village home
- 5 A14 delays as police deal with incident near Orwell Bridge
- 6 Indian Covid variant being monitored in Suffolk after one case confirmed
- 7 A14 re-opens after medical emergency
- 8 ‘Unique’ farm in coveted river setting hits market for first time in 60 years
- 9 How many of these 11 award-winning Suffolk food businesses do you know?
- 10 'Things might have been very different'... outgoing skipper Chambers reflects on that play-off season
EADT business editor Duncan Brodie said: “The East Anglian Daily Times has long been committed to reflecting the vibrancy and diversity of the local economy, and its importance to the wider community.
“Our new-look daily and weekly sections will be an even more indispensable guide to the key business stories and trends within Suffolk, north Essex and the East Anglian economy as a whole.”