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Construction materials group SigmaRoc has agreed a deal worth up to £10.25m to acquire Suffolk-based pre-cast concrete specialist Poundfield Products.
Unemployment in the UK has continued to edge lower despite the biggest quarterly fall for more than two years in the number of people in work.
Felixstowe has become the first port in the UK to handle the equivalent of more than 1m standard containers by rail in a single year.
A co-founder of Milsom Hotel & Restaurants, which includes Le Talbooth at Dedham and Kesgrave Hall, near Ipswich, has died at the age of 93.
A town centre café in Ipswich is the latest business to achieve the New Anglia Youth Pledge Marque.
Suffolk concrete products company Poundfield has made a substantial investment in a fleet of 10 new forklist trucks.
Stansted Airport has reported a strong start to its winter flying season following its busiest-ever November.
High expectations among younger job seekers in the East of England in terms of pay and flexibility are making it hard for them to find suitable roles, according to a new survey.
The Eastern Enterprise Hub in Ipswich has been awarded a £22,435 share of NatWest Bank’s Skills and Opportunities Fund.
East Anglian accountancy firm Ensors has been named a finalist in the Pensions Age Awards for the second year running.
Six rural businesses from Suffolk and North Essex have been named among the regional finalists in the 2017 Countryside Alliance Awards.
East of England Co-op and pubs and brewing group Greene King have been named among the winners at a national awards ceremony recognising the best in learning and development.
Jaynic, the company behind Suffolk Park on the edge of Bury St Edmunds, is to start work on two speculative developments after securing planning consent.
Stansted Airport owner MAG has reported strong growth in first-half turnover and earnings after a record-breaking summer.
Suffolk home improvements company SEH BAC has rounded off a successful year by picking up two trophies at the glazing industry’s G Awards.
The owner of an ethical sock company who comes from Suffolk has taken part in a national showcase event for social entrepreneurs.
Pre-cast concrete specialist Poundfield Products is celebrating after overcoming complex technical challenges to complete a major project, on time and to budget.
A blacksmith in Suffolk is establishing a national reputation with products that are now being sold on the high street and used to furnish some of the UK’s most elegant buildings.
A Suffolk company which is setting new standards in day care for dogs has been named among the winners at the 2018 Pet Industry Forum & Awards event.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, visited Suffolk today to address an audience of 275 business leaders from across the county.
Pubs and brewing group Greene King has reported a fall in first-half revenues and operating profits amid “challenging” trading conditions for its managed pub estate.
Four branches of Lloyds Bank in Suffolk and Essex are among 49 being axed by its parent group in a move putting 99 jobs at risk.
Businesses in East Anglia are wasting thousands of pounds a year by failing to identify and tackle water leaks, according to Anglian Water Business.
Suffolk company secretarial software company Inform Direct has secured its 75,000th customer since its launch five years ago.
Suffolk’s biggest companies have continued to grow in the past year in terms of both revenue and profit, according to the new edition of an influential annual report being launched today.
Home furnishings retailer Glasswells has unveiled the second phase of a £1m revamp of its flagship store in Bury St Edmunds.
Flavour and fragrance ingredients group Treatt has reported a 46% jump in profits for a year in which it achieved its strategic financial goals for 2020 three years early.
Bedroom furniture specialist Feather & Black has gone into administration, putting 123 jobs at risk.
The construction of a new £11m technical college at Stansted Airport was officially started yesterday as part of the launch of the Government’s Industrial Strategy White Paper.
Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin has paid a visit to a Suffolk company which has played a key role in the largest ships ever built for the Royal Navy.