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The East of England Co-op, the region’s largest independent retailer, has reported increased annual sales and trading profits, despite “challenging” competition.

East of England law firm Ashtons Legal has advised premium cycling apparel brand Le Col on a £1m crowdfunding campaign.

Leisure airline has unveiled plans for a major expansion at Stansted – just week after launching its first flights from the airport.

Anglian Water is in the running for a top national honour recognising the UK’s most responsible businesses.

Registration is now open for the East of England Co-operative Society’s Annual Members’ Meeting.

Desktop services group IP Telecom (Holdings) has reported increased annual profits, despite a hit to revenues following the end of a major contract.

Do you fancy a brew? If so, Suffolk-based Adnams has just the answer after bringing together the best of two British staples – beer and tea.

A £1.1m investment in the latest hydraulic crane technology is set to boost cargo handling capabilities at the Port of Ipswich.

Associated British Ports (ABP) has celebrated the completion of a new £2.2m bulk warehouse at the Port of Ipswich.

Leading figures from Suffolk Chamber of Commerce got an insight into Government thinking on a range of key Brexit-related issues during a roundtable discussion with officials from the Department of Business, Enterprise and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Four businesses in Suffolk and north Essex have received a royal seal of approval in the 2017 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.

East of England facilities management group Vertas has agreed a new partnership to provide catering at 12 schools in and around Norwich.

A Suffolk company has secured a £10,000 prize in a national competition designed to help protect UK citizens and businesses against online crime.

Eight businesses have made it through to the final of the 2017 Suffolk Young Enterprise competition.

Suffolk-based cleanroom and healthcare consumables manufacturer Nitritex has been acquired by the Australian group Ansell in a deal valued at £57m.

The team at Suffolk PR agency Pier PR & Marketing has walked more than 2m steps for Cancer Research UK’s Walk All Over Cancer campaign, raising £290.

The founder of a social enterprise which promotes singing as a form of therapy for people with lung problems has encouraged more people to follow the same route into business.

SmartNE has been named winner of the third competition run by the Innovation Martlesham cluster of high-tech firms based on and around Adastral Park.

Ipswich Building Society has agreed a three-month “Member Mondays” deal, offering its savers and borrowers an exclusive discount at the Suffolk Food Hall, at Wherstead, near Ipswich.

Ryanair is to launch five new winter routes from Stansted Airport two months earlier than originally planned.

Self-invested personal pensions specialist Curtis Bank Group has reported increased annual revenue and profit after a “transformational” year in which it acquired Ipswich-based Suffolk Life.

The Papworth Trust disability charity is marking its 100th anniversary by creating a “Centenary Club” for businesses in and around Ipswich.

The owner of the world’s largest aircraft has set up an office at Stansted Airport as part of a plan to increase flights of its supersized transporters to British airports, and worldwide.

The University of Suffolk’s “Year of Celebration”, marking its creation as a stand-alone university, is to have its own official beer.

Alternative business finance provider Fleximize has secured a new £16.3m funding facility to support a further increase in its lending.

Jobless rates remained unchanged across much of Suffolk and north Essex last month despite the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits edging higher in many areas.

Passenger numbers at Stansted Airport dipped slightly during March, with this year’s later Easter holiday skewing the year-on-year comparison.

An organisation launched last year to attract more visitors to Ipswich is teaming up with the University of Suffolk to stage a tourism conference in the town next month.

A senior figure within the Institute of Directors is to speak at a Suffolk IoD breakfast in Ipswich next week.

Felixstowe has been selected as the UK port of call for a new shipping service connecting northern Europe and Turkey.

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