A Suffolk balloon business says inflation is making it hard to stay afloat.
Balloon Knot Enterprises insists today’s inflation rise to 9.1% is devastating.
Managing Director Lorraine Fisher, 34, explained: “Inflation hits balloon businesses hard and we are holding on by a string.
‘Plans to float’
“Balloon Knot Enterprises was doing very well and had plans to float.
“But now our dreams have burst.”
In other business news, a snail farm in Norfolk has closed because business was so slow.
A paper firm in Lowestoft has folded.
And a bra factory has gone bust in Bury St Edmunds.
And news just in, a futures investment company has closed owing to unforeseen circumstances.
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