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Crowe Clark Whitehill partner Darren Rigden

13 February 2017

Companies should take the chance to win new business and gain the confidence of suppliers by entering Kent’s most prestigious business awards.

‘An incredibly powerful platform’

asb law business development consultant Shaun Kelly

10 February 2017

Entering Kent’s most prestigious business awards is a big opportunity to “share knowledge and best practice”, according to one of its supporters.

Highlight 'real talent and innovation'

Hatten Wyatt marketing executive Lisa Cranney

09 February 2017

Kent’s largest business awards are “the magnifying glass you need” to find the true potential of your company and drive success, says a sponsor.

Entering the world stage

Thomson Snell & Passmore chief executive Simon Slater

09 February 2017

A law firm has joined the largest legal referral network in the world to offer its clients more services.

£15 million investment for theme park

Scenic Railway, Dreamland. Picture: Imagewise

07 February 2017

The operator of a troubled seaside attraction has announced how it plans to spend a cash injection.


Chance to earn 'valuable publicity'

Creaseys chief executive Emma Roberts

07 February 2017

Companies can gain a “competitive edge” from entering Kent’s most prestigious business awards, according to a sponsor.

Awards give a boost to staff

KEiBA 2017

06 February 2017

Motivating employees is a big reason to enter Kent's biggest business awards according to the sponsor of the employer of the year category.

Funding options for all tastes

Businesses in Kent can apply for a loan from a £200 million fund set up for the county by HSBC

05 February 2017

Experts think investment is poised to pick up as confidence grows within the economy.

In the service of the Old Lady

Bank of England South East agent Phil Eckersley

03 February 2017

A Liverpudlian who settled in Kent explains how he helps the Bank of England set interest rates as it upgrades growth forecasts for the UK economy.

Change model for 'new reality' of weak pound

A fall in the value of the pound since the EU referendum has boosted exports

31 January 2017

A business advisor said firms struggling with rising costs must look at their business model as the weakened value of the pound will be long term.

Bank to open new Kent site

Metro Bank in Maidstone

25 January 2017

Metro Bank, the challenger bank which joined the high street in 2010, is due to launch a wave of new branches and create 500 jobs nationally.


Finance manager stole £170k

Councillors voted themselves at 15% allowance increase. Stock picture

18 January 2017

A finance manager stole £170k and will stand trial accused of taking another £35k from the loyalty scheme she worked for.

'Small increase' for house prices this year

Swanley and Bexley have been identified as property hot spots. Stock image

17 January 2017

Two of the county's prominent property developers believe house prices in Kent will move upwards in 2017 after a Brexit shock failed to materialise.

Saga continues to 'trade strongly'

The Saga Sapphire cruise ship

11 January 2017

Bosses at the over-50s holiday and insurance giant expect full-year results to meet their financial expectations.

Council to relaunch interest-free loans

KCC leader Paul Carter speaking at an event celebrating that Expansion East Kent scheme had lent to more than 50 companies

09 January 2017

Growing companies can apply for interest free loans of up to £500,000 from Kent County Council when it relaunches a lending scheme.

Solicitor breaks with national chain

09 January 2017

A law firm has cut ties with the largest national network of legal practices in the UK as it aims to market itself as a local business.

Insurer relaunches branch

Swinton revamped its Maidstone branch last year

03 January 2017

An insurance company has undergone a refurbishment at one of its high street shops.

Private bank sold off

Duncan Lawrie's offices in Wrotham Place

19 December 2016

Agriculture giant Camellia is offloading most of its private banking business Duncan Lawrie after a cut to interest rates lowered returns.

Firm to take new name after merger

Kreston Reeves managing partner Nigel Fright, left, and Spofforths managing partner Richard Spofforth

16 December 2016

Spofforths, the South East accountancy firm, will trade as Kreston Reeves from January after the two businesses joined forces this summer.

Revenues up at law firm

Thomson Snell & Passmore chief executive Simon Slater

12 December 2016

A legal business has increased its income in the first half of the year but remains cautious about the impact of Brexit negotiations.

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