Bethany Whymark firstname.lastname@example.org @EDPBethany Witnessing tragedy drove ex-Army medical students to start their own business Sunday, October 14, 2018 Bethany Whymark Two university students from Norwich have delivered first aid training for a major car maker after setting up their own business. Time running out to nominate your favourite tourism business for regional awards Monday, September 24, 2018 Bethany Whymark Time is running out for tourism and leisure businesses to put their names forward for a regional industry awards. New Anglia LEP boss outlines its key role in developing local industrial strategy Thursday, September 20, 2018 Bethany Whymark Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and the support they provide for businesses will continue to be relevant in post-Brexit Britain, bosses at the East Anglian partnership have said. Opinion: Jamie Brown of Archant’s Digital Decoded: Helping businesses grapple with the ‘marketing monster’ Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Bethany Whymark Jamie Brown explains how Digital Decoded can help SMEs navigate the mire of marketing products. Region’s housebuilders ‘waking up’ to skills shortage as demand for new homes rises Wednesday, September 12, 2018 Bethany Whymark The construction industry in East Anglia is “waking up” to a chronic shortage of skilled staff following a decade of under-investment in training. Supporting projects to help those on the fringes get back into work Saturday, September 8, 2018 Bethany Whymark 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. Could your small business be an FSB award winner? Tuesday, August 28, 2018 Bethany Whymark A business organisation has begun its search for the best and brightest small businesses in the East of England. ‘Beast from the East’ could impact Goals Soccer Centres’ results Thursday, July 19, 2018 Bethany Whymark Goals Soccer Centres shares have slumped after the firm said its sales were knocked by the Beast from the East. Life is sweet for Hotel Chocolat as new stores help sales jump 12% Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Bethany Whymark Hotel Chocolat has seen double-digit sales growth and new store openings during a tough time for rival retailers. Updated: Poundworld reveals locations of 80 further store closures Friday, July 13, 2018 Bethany Whymark Poundworld stores in East Anglia are among another 80 branches set to close, putting a total of 1,024 jobs at risk. East Anglian ‘careers hub’ to improve education about world of work for young people Thursday, July 12, 2018 Bethany Whymark Careers education is getting a boost in East Anglia after the area received a share of a £5m fund to establish a new “hub”. Finance and professional services jobs growing faster in East of England than in London Friday, July 6, 2018 Bethany Whymark The number of people working in finance and related professional services has grown faster in the East of England than in London over the past year, according to a study. Womenswear retailer with East Anglian concessions to disappear from high street Thursday, July 5, 2018 Bethany Whymark All concessions owned by Calvetron Brands, including Jacques Vert and Precis, are to close – leading to the loss of around 840 jobs. Dixons Carphone reports 24% fall in annual profits in wake of cyber attack Thursday, June 21, 2018 Bethany Whymark Annual profits at Dixons Carphone have slumped by almost a quarter – and the group has warned that cost pressures will continue to squeeze its margins. Company directors from Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex commended at regional awards ceremony Tuesday, June 19, 2018 Bethany Whymark They’re at the top of their businesses and the top of their game. Oyster Yachts names Formula One icon and publishing boss among new board members Thursday, June 7, 2018 Bethany Whymark A publishing boss and a motor sport veteran are among the new appointments to the board of a Norfolk boat builder. Brexit could mean the UK loses Netflix Friday, April 13, 2018 Bethany Whymark The CBI, which has been pushing for a soft Brexit, has revealed some unexpected potential results of leaving the EU. Survey finds employers have “antiquated attitudes” to pregnancy discrimination Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Bethany Whymark Many employers still believe it is reasonable to ask woman about their plans to have children during a job interview. See how well your favourite supermarket did in the satisfaction survey Monday, February 12, 2018 Bethany Whymark Which? has revealed the results of their supermarket satisfaction survey. Debenhams to axe more than 300 management roles Thursday, February 8, 2018 Bethany Whymark Debenhams is to cut 320 store management roles as it pushes through major cost-cutting measures to counteract flagging sales. Up to 40 underperforming Homebase stores could close Thursday, February 8, 2018 Bethany Whymark Homebase owner reveals that up to 40 Homebase stores could be closed resulting in 2,000 jobs lost. Tesco could face a bill of £4bn in an equal pay case Thursday, February 8, 2018 Bethany Whymark Lawyers say the case could eventually involve 200,000 women – making it the largest equal pay challenge in the UK. Morrisons to cut 1,500 shop floor jobs Thursday, February 1, 2018 Bethany Whymark Morrisons is to axe 1,500 shop floor workers in a restructure. Jobs at risk at Topshop and Topman Friday, January 26, 2018 Bethany Whymark Hundreds of jobs could be at risk at Topshop and Topman stores around the country after its parent company announced a management shake-up. Co-op to cut prices of 600 products to keep customers coming in Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Bethany Whymark Co-op customers can expect to pay less for their shopping basket as the retail giant fights “tight” competition. Join In: Calls for 25p “latte levy” on disposable cups to fund better recycling facilities Friday, January 5, 2018 Bethany Whymark A 25p levy on disposable coffee cups being debated by MPs could be used to pay for improved recycling facilities.