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Firms set to scale back as staff shortages and supply chain problems mount

More than a third of East Anglia businesses will have to temporarily reduce products or services to manage staff shortages and as stock and supply chain problems put pr...

Further major warehouse units planned at Bury scheme after large pre-let agreed

Further major warehouse units planned at Bury scheme after large pre-let agreed

Jaynic, the developer of Suffolk Park at Bury, has agreed a pre-let of a major warehouse unit on the site and is submitting a detailed planning application for phase t...

Succession buyout completed at growing tech business

Succession buyout completed at growing tech business

Laser 2000 (UK), a leading reseller of optics and photonics technologies which is based in Huntingdon, has completed a succession buyout to broaden employee ownership ...

Record rise in new activity in the region as inflation picks up

Business activity in the region rose at the fastest rate in almost 25 years in May as restrictions were eased and firms re-opened although costs and selling prices also...

VC investment into region’s fast-growing business rises sharply

Venture capital investment into fast-growing businesses in the East of England – particularly in the biotech sector around Cambridge - rose sharply in the first quart...

New Norwich-Exeter air route launched

New Norwich-Exeter air route launched

Loganair has launched a new direct air service between Norwich and Exeter to run four times weekly and has restarted its services to Edinburgh from the region.

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Agency invests in digital team amid record demand

Agency invests in digital team amid record demand

Suffolk-based PR and marketing agency Genesis has invested in its digital team amid record demand from businesses for online services by appointing James Smith as a se...

'Staycationers' set to bring £900 million windfall to Norfolk’s tourism sector

Norfolk’s tourist businesses are set to benefit from a ‘staycation windfall’ worth £896 million as holidaymakers opt to visit UK destinations this year, accordin...