October 26 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk’s entrepreneurs are being challenged to create a start-up business in 54 hours as part of a new event designed to put Norwich’s digital creative sector on the map.
We live in a world where the retirement age is creeping up and up but you do not have to be one of those workers toiling away past your three score years and 10. That’s the promise of EDP Future 50 entrepreneur Siam Kidd. Stephen Pullinger reports.
Scores of new apprenticeships in jobs ranging from boatbuilding to policing are to be designed by employers, the government has announced.
Robinsons and Fruit Shoot drinks maker Britvic said revenues in the final quarter of its financial year were down 4pc as a result of weakness in European markets caused by poor weather in July and August.
Businesses involved in East Anglia’s £4.2bn tourism industry have sent a clear message to government to think again over legislation that could lead to the schools’ summer holiday being cut from six to four weeks.