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Company to drive-thru Starbucks programme

A Norfolk company has won a multi-million pound contract on the back of coffee-brand Starbucks’s plans to roll out ‘drive-thrus’ across the country.... Read more

Council spending cuts signal end for Norfolk firm

Cut backs in school and council spending were yesterday blamed for the demise of a Norfolk firm and the loss of 13 jobs after it went into liquidati... Read more

Shock over closure of established gym

Reaction continued to flood in today following the shock closure of one of the town's best-known gyms.  Emails were sent to the members of Gy... Read more

Failed entrepreneur held up as example for Europe

The European Commission is championing a Norfolk entrepreneur who controversially took his company through a pre-pack administration, leaving creditor... Read more

Liquidation for tourism group

A cash strapped tourism body which drove the growth of the industry across the region faces liquidation. East of England Tourism's (EET) days were nu... Read more

Norwich based insolvency expert's warning to companies hoping to defer tax bills

Fears have been raised that struggling firms in the region could be tipped over the edge into insolvency amid a continuing fall in the numbers being a... Read more

Cash for hospice

Cash for hospice East Anglian business rescue and insolvency practice McTear Williams & Wood has raised £2,400 for charity at its annual bowls to... Read more

Concern that more businesses will fail

The number of businesses failing in the region could be set for further rises after an "alarming" increase at the end of last year. Research by reg... Read more

Bankruptcies fall as city bucks the trend

Companies in Cambridge continue to buck the trend, with eight going bust during the last quarter, compared with 10 in the previous three months and 15... Read more

New appointments

Robin Meynell and Charles Everitt have both joined business rescue and insolvency specialists McTear Williams & Wood as case administrators in the Cam... Read more

Future of Webjam enterprise social media platform secured through new investment

The future of the pioneering Webjam social networking solution used by top media companies has been secured following the purchase by Webjam Mark 2, i... Read more