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Work to convert a former town centre nightclub into a new ‘easyHotel’ should be complete by this September.

Making the jump between school and employment can be daunting, which is why year ten students from Nothgate High School spent a day getting on-the-job insights from key figures in the local business world before they embarked on their Work Experience programmes this week.

Both the present and the future are looking bright for our region, as a new report shows that the East of England is home to four out of five of the fastest growing city economies in the UK.

Following on from the release of the UK government’s long-awaited White Paper on Brexit, John Dugmore, Chief Executive of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, says he is pleased businesses now have a more comprehensive understanding of the Government’s aspirations for the UK’s future relationship with the European Union. But he also has some reservations.

Although the sun has been shining of late, the mood of manufacturers in Suffolk has been decidedly gloomy, as Brexit uncertainty weighs down on the local exporting economy.

Although football didn’t end up ‘coming home’ for England, Gareth Southgate’s management techniques did score highly, and could offer lessons to anyone managing teams in the corporate world too.

Gallery: Summer heatwave could save our lidos

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Sunny weather is a welcome relief for all sorts of companies, but for those in the business of public lidos, it’s a lifeline.

BT has suffered a shareholder rebellion over outgoing chief executive Gavin Patterson’s bumper £2.3 million pay packet.

A family business based in Needham Market, Breheny Civil Engineering, was crowned winner of the Business of the Year award at last night’s prestigious Suffolk Business Awards. Its chairman John Breheny said his dad Jack Breheny, who started the business in Lowestoft in 1963, would have been “extremely proud.”

Government advisers have dealt a blow to plans for Sizewell C by recommending that only one nuclear power station should be built in the next few years, because renewable energy sources could prove to be a safer option.

An energy utilities business based in Woolpit is having its office extended to include a fully-equipped canteen and showers.

Video marketing is becoming more central to entrepreneurs, but its still ‘what’ you say that’s as important as ‘how’ you say it, according to the organisers of a new interactive video marketing workshop in Bury Saint Edmunds.

A man from Colchester had to wait for an incredible five years for the cherished VW campervan he’d splashed out on to be fixed up

The VW campervan is a staple at campsites and festivals - but its distinctive looks mean it is also a favourite for wedding transport.

Three site managers from Taylor Wimpey East Anglia have won Quality Awards in the first round of NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2018 for developments in Suffolk. Now in their 38th year, the Awards are the most highly regarded competition in the house-building industry, dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house building.

Fred. Olsen won the accolade at the ‘Silver Travel Awards 2018’, hosted by Classic FM presenter John Suchet at the National Portrait Gallery in London on Monday night, in which more than 100,000 votes were cast by the public for a total of 21 categories.

The Dutch electronics giant Philips has warned that it could move its production out of Britain in case of “hard Brexit”, putting 500 jobs at risk at the Philips Avent baby factory in Glemsford.

Mothercare is to close another raft of stores, meaning 60 of its outlets will be shut by June next year,.

With new research showing the majority of businesses have done no planning, or don’t believe they need to make plans, ahead of the March 2019 deadline for Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU), financial and business advisers Grant Thornton warns Suffolk companies should not be complacent and carefully consider how their operations will be affected.

The best in the regional business world were celebrated as the winners of the Suffolk Business Awards were revealed.

Follow all the action from the biggest night of the business year in Suffolk - live! Tweet using the hashtag #EADTBizAwards to join in.

Shoes are more than just a wearable accessory according to one Suffolk businesswoman whose start-up provides trainers designed to be coloured in.

The cream of the Suffolk and north Essex business community will come together tonight to celebrate the Suffolk Business Awards at Milsoms, Kesgrave Hall.

Slaughterhouse director makes a plea to gas suppliers to put them first in line for CO2, so animal welfare is not compromised.

Primary school children in Ipswich have been finding out what it takes to become career high-fliers at an event designed to tackle social mobility in Ipswich.

The chief executive of EDF Energy Simone Rossi visited Suffolk to pitch his case for Sizewell C nuclear plant to more than 120 of Suffolk’s top business leaders.

Suffolk-based businesses are being encouraged to share their experiences of - and views on - bidding for public sector contracts.

A company based in Lowestoft has played a key role in constructing infrastructure for one of the largest gas fields in the North Sea.

One of the major dispensers of gas in East Anglia has described the biggest shortage of carbon dioxide in a decade as the “perfect storm.”

West Suffolk College has awarded a 20 year old who helps to rehabilitate people with brain injuries and neurological conditions with the title of ‘Outstanding Social Care Apprentice of the Year.’

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