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Add sunshine, shake and serve…

On a glorious June evening, 50 lucky Norfolk Networkers discovered one of Norwich’s best-kept secrets: the roof terrace at St George’s Works. The newly refurbished space afforded a fabulous sunset-facing view that stretched from City Hall in the...

Charlie Watson
Singular Publishing
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Planning the future

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?

Louella Schooley
Chirp Communications
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From student to professional – networking at NN

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.

Lucy Marks
Norfolk Network
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Norfolk Network highlights 2016

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...

Lucy Marks
Norfolk Network
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NN Photo story: Network Noel

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.

Lucy Marks
Norfolk Network
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More stories, features and photos: introducing the new NN site

We are excited to share the new Norfolk Network web site. Before work began, it was decided that the Network required a story-based site to represent its membership. Norfolk Network also deserved a site which was more than a blog but an online magazine...

Lucy Marks
Norfolk Network