Multi-award winning Suffolk business owner, Laura Morrison, has taken the bull by the horns during lockdown and has moved Your Telemarketing to new, larger premises, still in Bury St Edmunds.
A Suffolk business has raised £9,000 for the NHS in just 48 hours.
Cosy Aromas, a candle and soy wax melt company based in Ipswich, created a limited edition ‘Life is Beautiful’ scent with the aim of raising vital funds for the NHS throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
A leading law firm is offering East of England businesses in the grips of a pandemic fallout a £250,000 lifeline.
Norfolk and Waveney cancer charity, Big C, has been awarded crucial funding from the National Lottery Community Fund to support the charity’s emergency response helping cancer patients and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An exciting new business funding matching tool looking to revolutionise access to finance for businesses in the East of England is released today (10 June) by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.
A Sudbury-based print and design firm is the first to benefit from a new fund set up to support Norfolk and Suffolk companies to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Norfolk and Waveney cancer charity, Big C, has announced the launch of virtual support group meetings for men, women and young people, to further bolster the package of support on offer to those affected by cancer in our community during the pandemic.
Hopkins Homes makes donations to support Suffolk victim support groups impacted by the coronavirus outbreak
Six community causes in Suffolk that support victims of domestic abuse and vulnerable children will each receive £4,500 from Hopkins Homes’ charitable fund.
Businesses struggling due to the current coronavirus pandemic are set to be offered a substantial lifeline with one of the largest shake-ups of insolvency laws in nearly 20 years.
As businesses navigate their way through the latest developments and plan for the “new norm” Ipswich-based digital agency, SimpleClick, is boosting its support for independent retailers with the launch of a new online store ‘Set Up’ service.
Dozens of Suffolk’s charities, community buildings and voluntary sector organisations say they are bracing themselves for huge financial shortfalls – and the prospect of permanent closure.
The results of the latest Coronavirus/COVID-19 survey by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce indicate that in the final week of the total lockdown, a large majority of businesses have reported difficulties accessing domestic customers with most still reporting cash flow concerns.