04 January 2016
There are three key decisions the government could make in 2016, which would all give some certainty, stability and reassurance to businesses in Kent.
27 April 2015
Cross border regional commuting. That's one way to get Kent workers to live in France and skilled French workers to commute here, says Trevor Sturgess
04 April 2015
Help to get first-time buyers onto the property ladder is always welcome so the announcement of a Help to Buy ISA in the budget is certainly good news
03 April 2015
Small businesses will welcome aspects of the recent budget concerning the digital world with access to superfast services being a key requirement
02 April 2015
There was fuel for thought in George Osborne's budget with a scheduled rise in petrol and diesel prices cancelled and good news for local papers
01 April 2015
While the budget has good and bad points, there was good news for those first-time buyers looking to get on the housing ladder
31 March 2015
In a bid to discuss relevant business topics and share experiences, the IoD is introducing a series of breakfast meetings to tuck into.
30 March 2015
Trevor Sturgess recalls happy times during the heady days for a paper mill and gives his thoughts on the chancellor's final budget before polling day
07 January 2015
When it comes to advice, it may be worth picking up a couple of books written by local people who know a thing or two about how to make a wad of cash
06 January 2015
When it comes to persistent phone calls, Jo James has had her fill after two years of attempts to get her to claim for crash injuries she didn't have
03 December 2014
A campaign has been launched to highlight the five key areas the next Government should focus on, so small businesses can continue to thrive and grow
28 November 2014
The process of arranging a new mortgage or re-mortgaging is up there with a trip to the dentist in terms of attractiveness
27 November 2014
From social media, to memories of a wing walk, life with the Kent branch of the IOD can be very varied!
26 November 2014
Why we need to invest in productivity, skills and education to make the best of Britain’s talents
25 November 2014
Kent could lose out on government funding to northern cities in the run up to the next election unless it makes a stronger case for support.
25 November 2014
A career in agriculture or horticulture offers so much more than traditional labour-based roles, anything from veterinary, biotechnology to genetics
24 November 2014
Benedict Cumberbatch may be a familiar face but the name Alan Turing is not although a new college has been named after the mathematician
30 October 2014
The Kent branch of the Institute of Directors is celebrating the success of its first expo event
29 October 2014
Despite having taken a knock during the recession, our manufacturers have bounced back, and are helping to build a strong industrial base
28 October 2014
Businesses are continuing to drive the economic recovery forward despite a number of international and domestic challenges
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