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Women in Business Event is an Inspiring Success

November 9, 2018

Inspirational Speakers at the Women in Business Innovation, Technology and Challenging Stereotypes [caption id="attachment_1576" align="alignleft" width="300"] Women in Business, Innovation, Technology & Challenging Stereotypes[/caption] There was a fantastic turn out at the Women in Business Event at Lanwades Hall, near Newmarket on Tuesday the 3rd of October. With over 60…

New educational ‘Block Bus’ launched at Norwich Science Festival thanks to grant arranged by New Anglia Growth Hub

October 25, 2018

[caption id="attachment_1556" align="alignleft" width="310"] The Block Bus in action at its launch at the Norwich Science Fair[/caption] Norwich-based business Alpha Inclusion unveiled its new ‘Block Bus’ to the public for the first time today at the Norwich Science Festival. The bus doubles up as a mobile classroom and events space…

Growing the Future for Stowmarket & its Businesses

September 27, 2018

Successful Event on the Vision For Stowmarket, Business Support & Developments There is a lot planned for Stowmarket in the coming months and years through the Vision for Prosperity project that Mid Suffolk District Council has for Stowmarket. Their 5 Year Action Plan was launched in June, and highlights a…

Apex Belting on with Expansion Plans

August 21, 2018

Apex Belting, is a progressive manufacturing and servicing company that supplies high quality belting and complementary products.  Thanks to applying for and receiving a £100,000 Growing Business Fund (GBF) grant, from the New Anglia Growth Hub (NAGH) and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (NALEP) they have been able to start…

£900k funding for business growth in Norfolk and Suffolk

July 30, 2018

Businesses looking to secure investment to grow will be able to benefit from up to 50 hours of intensive support thanks to a successful funding bid. Norfolk County Council, alongside Suffolk County Council, University of East Anglia (UEA) - Adapt and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, has secured £900k of…