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News for Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk

Take a look at the latest news and updates from New Anglia Growth Hub.

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Region’s unlimited business offer to be marketed with proactive new campaign

September 25, 2019

Norfolk and Suffolk’s world-class business offer will be globally marketed under a new brand which will help the region prepare it for a post-Brexit future. ‘Unlimited’ will promote the area as a place rich with investment opportunities and position it as the epicentre of clean energy in the UK and…

National report shows strengths of local school and business connections

September 20, 2019

A report published today (Fri 20) highlights the strengths of the New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network, which connects business leaders with schools. The Careers and Enterprise Company’s State of the Nation report shows that the number of Gatsby benchmarks achieved in schools in Norfolk and Suffolk has increased to 3.1…

A Spotlight On: Jo Ferriss, Events and Marketing Coordinator

August 22, 2019

This month we're pleased to speak to Jo Ferriss, who is part of the Events and Marketing team. We ask Jo about her role here at the Growth Hub, what businesses can expect from attending one of our workshops and find out more about the exciting new events programme she's…

Team Update: Richard Glinn

August 21, 2019

Richard Glinn, the Growth Hub's Senior Business Growth Adviser, has decided to move on and will be leaving us at the end of August 2019. Richard joined the team in May 2014 and, with his wealth of experience and dedicated leadership, has been instrumental in driving the growth and success…

New Online Portal to Take Businesses to the Next Level

July 9, 2019

New Anglia Growth Hub has launched an online membership portal to help businesses scale up faster with specialist support. This follows the start of the Scale Up New Anglia Programme by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership delivered through the Growth Hub in February this year. The programme will run over…