Amelia Rose Beauticians – which offers services from kids' pamper parties to care home treatments – is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Harlow College offshoot ramps up its Go On Girl campaign to train the next generation of engineers with a female-only course.
Karl Swanepoel, now in his last year of a computer science degree at uni in Wales, has developed a digital services matching site and app.
Norma Fenwick is migrating her travel agency business from the shed at the bottom of her garden to premises in Knight Street.
Project director and Hockerill alumna Naisha Polaine will work alongside developers to ensure 16,000 homes are delivered by 2033.
Twenty-five years ago, Michael Willis took on a Saturday job at his grandfather’s business, Wiggies Barber Shop. Now the 37-year-old runs the business
The Stortford tech firm has excelled in its mission to kit out schoolchildren with refurbished digital devices.
Husband and wife pooled their former The White Stuff and Ted Baker talents to launch business making masks last summer.
Supporting Stortford Traders in Lockdown: Wheatsheaf publican serving up free Sunday roasts for families in need wins councillor's backing.
Staff at ITVET drove as far as Northampton and Aylesbury to pick up donated devices after TV news appearance resulted in offers of 550 laptops.
Isabel and St Clare given funding boost thanks to Bishop's Stortford business partners' mission to spread festive joy.
Adam Mackay, managing director of Mackay Property Agents, of Bell Street, Sawbridgeworth, is spearheading the initiative, dubbed Computers for Kids.
Sound engineer and DJ Tom Rountree sugar-coats loss of work in pandemic by launching his own hand-made chocolates, Tom’s Bonbons.
Award-winning Essex florist cultivating second branch in former Florence Walk premises of Guy & Joe's deli.
The honour for Karen Spencer is for her contribution to education – particularly maths – and aviation.