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Norfolk Chamber proudly supports the King's Lynn Mayor’s Business Awards

 King's Lynn Mayor’s Business Awards

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce is proud to support the Lord Mayor’s Awards, and in particular sponsor the Customer Care Award.  Helping businesses find new customers, and develop existing relationships, is at the core of Chamber activity. We’ve been providing help and support for the region’s commerce since 1896; always owned and directed by our business members, and always there for businesses of all sizes, and in all sectors. 

Did you attend this year B2B Exhibition? Tell us what you thought!

B2B Exhibition

We would like to thank you for attending the B2B Exhibition 2014.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey, as your feedback will help us to evaluate this year’s exhibition and increase its effectiveness in the future.

 

Sold out exhibition area at this year's B2B Exhibition 2014

Sold out exhibition area at this year's B2B Exhibition 2014

On Wednesday 15 October 2014 both floors of Norwich City Football Club were packed with over 90 exhibitors divided into six different business zones, wowing the 600+ delegates that attended with their quality and range of services.

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Are You Brave Enough To Walk The Coals?

Leeway are organising a fundraising fire walk in conjuction with 'Norfolk Says No to Domestic Abuse' campaign week (24th-28th Nov.) on the 27th November 2014 at Great Yarmouth Market Place.
if you think you've got what it takes to walk the coals, please email fundraising@leewaynwa.org.uk or call 07775 334958 for a fundraising registration pack.

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Fruitful Relationship Continues to Grow

Three members of the US2U Consulting team travelled to Spalding on Monday 21 October tp witness the opening of a new storage facility at Worldwide Fruit.

The company's new facility was officially opened by former Worldwide Fruit CEO Robert Balicki. Guests were then given a tour and even got the chance to sample the cold temperatures of the storage units, which can range from -.1.5 degrees to 5 degrees.

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Steeles Law boosts private client team with two new recruits

Cathy Savvas and Katherine Bearman

Steeles Law has boosted its busy wills, probate & tax team with the recruitment of a Trainee Legal Executive and a Paralegal.

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