First things first: who exactly are millennials?
If you’ve not yet heard of The SenLab Group you soon will. We’re expecting great things from this Norwich tech start-up.
Strangers Coffee House started as a six-table cafe in the heart of Norwich. Now, armed with a string of national accolades and an industrial-grade roasting machine, this laid-back coffee brand is preparing to take on the world.
Elizabeth Claxton, director at Norwich accountancy firm Rostrons, knows all about the benefits of good business relationships. Finding like-minded companies to work with can be tricky.
From September, City College Norwich (CCN) will be the first education provider in Norfolk to offer a Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship programme. Students completing the course will be awarded a BA (Hons) Degree in Leadership and Management, plus...
From New York to Delhi and almost everywhere in between, millennial entrepreneurs Lauren Razavi, 25, and Jesse Onslow Norton, 29, have seen it all. But when they decided to build consultancy business Flibl from scratch last July, they chose their...
Following the success of last year, Price Bailey are hosting another series of their “Inside the Minds of Business Leaders” events with leading market research agency Ipsos MORI.
UEA is a proud platinum sponsor of Norfolk Network and keen to support members in their professional development. As such, we’re pleased to offer one network member a scholarship of 50% towards an Executive MBA at Norwich Business School.
Viewers locally are being urged to treat their re-cycling with love, thanks to TV and radio commercials created by the JMS Group. Norfolk Waste Partnership sought a creative way to explain that contaminated recycled waste is, ultimately, un-recyclable.