Norfolk Business News

Policy
10/12/2018
Norwich City Council’s new corporate priorities, approach to savings and proposed increase in council tax are the focus of a public consultation.  Over the last 10 years the city council has achieved £30m worth of savings, new income and efficiencies.  However, central government funding cuts and...
Policy
10/12/2018
Commenting on the GDP and trade statistics for October 2018, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “The latest GDP data is further evidence that the drag effect of persistent Brexit uncertainty and the significant cost pressures...
Export
07/12/2018
The British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL, has published its latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook, based on survey and export documentation data. It finds that as the clock ticks ever closer to Brexit, a combination of exchange rates and price pressures is forcing exporters...
Event
07/12/2018
The Norwich Christmas Breakfast has been the most popular Norfolk Chamber breakfast networking event year on year. Attracting over 100 businesses, the morning features a Chamber Member charity, festive networking activities and a hearty breakfast for a cold winter’s morning.   On 6 December we...
Policy
06/12/2018
Commenting on the publication of the policy paper by DExEU on the rights of EU citizens in the UK in the event of no deal, Nova Fairbank, Head of Policy, Governance & Public Affairs for Norfolk Chamber of Commerce said: “While it is long overdue, businesses and EU citizens in the Norfolk and...
Policy
03/12/2018
Breckland Council’s Budget and the Medium Term Financial Plan provide the funding for delivery of the key priorities outlined in their Corporate Plan and the range of local services they can provide. They have invited comments from businesses and residents alike and would welcome your thoughts on...
Policy
03/12/2018
A Year 5 pupil Dragons’ Den competition saw Mile Cross pupils face real life business dragons in the Norwich School During the Michealmas term, Norwich School Business Enterprise department have had the great pleasure to work on their first partnership project with Mile Cross Primary School and...
General
30/11/2018
The Chamber Business Awards recognises and celebrates the success of UK businesses across the country. Entries from Aberdeen to Cornwall flock in from organisations of all sizes and sectors. Rewind back to September when the regional finalists were announced, and five Norfolk businesses won awards...
General
29/11/2018
One of the oldest accountancy in Norwich, Larking Gowen began back in 1888, originally set up by Charles Larking in Norwich, then in 1969, the company merged with another Norwich accountants Harman & Gowen, thus Larking Gown was formed and has continued to grow into the company we know today...
General
29/11/2018
In the run up to the Brexit leave date of 29 March 2019, the BBC are seeking small to medium sized firms that would be willing to speak to Radio 5 Live, and possibly also BBC Breakfast TV, about their concerns in the run up to the leave date, and also how their business has been affected by the...

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