Business growth funding from LEP hits £30m mark

Business growth funding from LEP hits £30m mark

Business growth funding from LEP hits £30m mark Businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk have now benefited from more than £30m in grants through New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. From Growing Business Fund grants of up to £500,000 for large expanding firms to...
PR agency plugs into LEP funding just in time!

PR agency plugs into LEP funding just in time!

PR agency plugs into LEP funding just in time! When an expanding PR agency applied to New Anglia Growth Hub for a grant to buy new laptops, it didn’t know how urgently it would need them.By the time the equipment arrived at Felixstowe-based firm Prominent PR, the...
Call for businesses to help make NHS ventilators

Call for businesses to help make NHS ventilators

Call for businesses to help make NHS ventilators The government is looking for businesses who can support in the supply of ventilators and ventilator components across the UK as part of their response to COVID-19. As well as manufacturers, they are looking for...
Coronavirus – government advice for businesses

Coronavirus – government advice for businesses

Coronavirus – government advice for businesses We have updated our website to provide employers and businesses with a link to the latest government advice about the coronavirus.For the latest guidance about the situation, click hereMeanwhile, our team of advisers...
Applications for Future 50 are open

Applications for Future 50 are open

Applications for Future 50 are open Future50, supported by the New Anglia LEP and Growth Hub, is on the hunt for Norfolk and Suffolk’s most innovative and ambitious companies.The campaign aims to find the region’s ‘ones to watch’ and accelerate their growth...
Maltings ticks all the boxes for modern businesses

Maltings ticks all the boxes for modern businesses

Maltings ticks all the boxes for modern businesses From a derelict nightclub to a state-of-the-art office complex, The Maltings in Ipswich has ticked all the boxes for its first tenant.Insurance underwriter Lonham chose to set up its headquarters in the Grade II...