It’s 7pm on an early spring evening in Norwich, and at NUA’s Ideas Factory 60 members of Norfolk Network are learning to count. Not in English – let’s hope there’s no need for that – but in Mandarin Chinese: yī, èr, sān, sì ...
Norfolk Network is delighted to hear of Fiona's promotion to the top of research and innovation at UEA.
When Adrian Melrose tells the story of his business journey one thing becomes very clear – here is a serial tech entrepreneur, a man who can’t help but set up a new venture, and who seems driven to disrupt.
All businesses need to plan ahead, which usually means forecasting and budgeting. How many of us think about how we can positively influence the future? How many look to create something that will truly last? How many of us are planning the future?
Dominic Richards has come a long way. Today he’s the chief executive of Architekton, the London and Norwich-based architect-developer business that has acquired the St Mary’s Works and St George’s Works sites in central Norwich, but when he took...
It's marvellous seeing undergraduates networking at Norfolk Network and then return in a professional capacity. Hannah Smith volunteered on the events team for over 18 months and we were thrilled to see her return as a graduate and business analyst.
In 2016 we covered diverse subjects from AI to ocean swimming, celebrated new ideas, innovation and entrepreneurship, held parties in stunning and unusual locations and launched our new website to share these stories. Some of the highlights were...
In a quiet corner of Norwich city centre is a gem of a place for appreciating fine french wine, artisan cheese and charcuterie. Les Garrigues is owned and run by frenchman Damien Cabanas and is our host for this year's Norfolk Network Xmas event.
Sync the City works through another 54 hours, to create new ideas and build a start-up. Norfolk Network was there to join the judging panel and present a prize.