Looking Local covers enterprise stories from in and around Norfolk. It celebrates local businesses and talents as well as providing hints and tips on how you can improve your business.
This edition of Looking Local takes a look into the changes that you can make within the workplace to stay fitter and healthier, as well as increase your productivity. Also take a look at how one local company is supporting Ely to become the UK’s first plastic bag free city!
We are very excited to be featuring Raptor Aerospace. Discover how this company is reaching new heights… literally
This issue celebrates local entrepreneur Lisa Angel. Discover how Lisa Angel took her business from her living room floor to her own store. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, you can also find Lisa’s products stocked on notonthehighstreet.com, Topshop, and next.
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Christos had a chat with Veronica Iapichino, the founder and owner of “Saporita” which was recently shortlisted as finalist in both "The Best Family Owned Restaurant" and "Best Italian Restaurant" categories in a national competition. They discussed about the...
Castle Mall in Norwich city centre has converted one of its unoccupied units to free office space for local SMEs. The office can be used for catching up on admin or even for holding meetings.Castle Mall in Norwich city centre has converted one of its unoccupied units...
Britannia Fire, a Norwich based company that has been operating for nearly 50 years, have adapted their world-leading fire extinguishers to be able to neutralise substances that cause burns occurring in situations like acid attacks.Britannia Fire have already gained...