Norfolk Business News

Policy
15/11/2018
Businesses around the Norfolk are being urged to make use of a £2500 voucher for gigabit broadband speeds before the scheme closes due to high demand. The Government’s Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme has already helped more than 7000 UK businesses and surrounding homes, who have used the vouchers...
Policy
15/11/2018
Commenting on the announcement from the Prime Minister that the Cabinet has backed the draft Withdrawal Agreement and the political declaration on the future relationship between the UK and the EU27, Chris Sargisson, Chief Executive of Norfolk Chamber, said: “Norfolk businesses will recognise the...
Policy
13/11/2018
Commenting on the labour market figures for November 2018, published today by the ONS, Nova Fairbank, Head of Policy, Governance & Public Affairs said: “The slight increase in the unemployment rate suggests that the UK jobs market may be starting to falter under the weight of persistent Brexit...
General
12/11/2018
Gnaw adds the deliciousness and fun into chocolate, with cheeky additions added to their chocolate such as love heart and banana splits sweets. Started back in 2011, the brand and business have grown strength to strength, with the recent success of several awards such as being selected as a...
General
12/11/2018
Last week two of our favourite colleagues got engaged! We are super happy for Sam and Jack. Sam and Jack both started working at the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce back in 2013 as apprentices. As many of you will know they have both flourished in their careers since then. Jack is now the IT and Data...
Event
12/11/2018
On Thursday 8th November we were at The Boathouse in Ormesby, an absolutely beautiful venue with stunning views over the broads. It was a bright morning and everyone was in good spirits, especially once the speakers were underway. We were lucky enough to have two speakers join us for the morning:...
General
12/11/2018
Last Friday evening saw Norfolk Chamber successfully deliver a fabulous West Norfolk Chamber President’s charity dinner at the Town Hall in King’s Lynn. The black tie event was held in aid of the Mayor of King’s Lynn, Nick Daubney’s favoured charity, The Purfleet Trust, as well as another local...
Policy
09/11/2018
Commenting on the first estimate of GDP for Q3 2018, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said “While the pick-up in GDP growth in the third quarter is welcome, the stronger headline figure masks a loss of momentum through the quarter...
Policy
07/11/2018
  Norwich City Council have released their latest economic barometer. The report highlighted: Locally Business activity in the East of England picked up to a 6 month high in August due to a strong order book UEA has been ranked a top 15 university in The Times and Sunday Times Good...
General
05/11/2018
Tech Nation has launched a great new set of awards. This competition is an exciting opportunity for innovative, early-stage tech start-ups. To find out more and be part of this great chance click here The prizes include for winner; Tailored/bespoke package of support worth over £4000 per winner...

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