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Developed for the health of women... and the planet

Developed for the health of women... and the planet

12 March 2018

Research teams in the county have developed a reusable tampon applicator which they believe will appeal to a woman's environmental conscience.

Air con company's cool results

Air con company's cool results

03 March 2018

A heating, ventilation and air-conditioning manufacturer boosted profits despite a fall in sales after a major acquisition.

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New tech helps firms keep close eye on websites

New tech helps firms keep close eye on websites

03 March 2018

A digital agency expects to double its turnover thanks to technology which can tell companies where online browsers are looking on their websites.

Breaking sales barriers overseas

Breaking sales barriers overseas

03 March 2018

A crash barrier supplier boosted turnover for the fourth time in five years amid a surge in foreign demand.

Kent business supplies wristbands to the stars

Kent business supplies wristbands to the stars

02 March 2018

A Kent company making wristbands, lanyards, and passes for major events has supplied some of the county's biggest music awards so far this year.

Static profits expected at software firm

Static profits expected at software firm

27 February 2018

A mobile-working software company suffered a slip in its share price after it said profits are likely to remain the same in its annual results.

Company celebrates 40 years of trading

Company celebrates 40 years of trading

22 February 2018

Forty years ago Colin Jarvis took a gamble and started his own electrical company from his bungalow.

Patients bypassing NHS give private hospital first profit

Patients bypassing NHS give private hospital first profit

25 January 2018

A private hospital made its first monthly profit since launching four years ago as growing numbers of patients bypassed the NHS and paid for treatment

Work begins on £2m hub

Work begins on £2m hub

24 January 2018

Construction is underway on a conference centre at a science park.

Gas explorer sells Italian drilling sites

Gas explorer sells Italian drilling sites

22 January 2018

An oil and gas exploration business has announced plans to sell its Italian projects.

Drug firm told to change its ad for Beauty Shot drink

Drug firm told to change its ad for Beauty Shot drink

14 January 2018

Pfizer has been forced to amend one of its adverts after it was found to be making an unauthorised health claim.

Science Park in robust health, says site chief

Science Park in robust health, says site chief

14 January 2018

The site director of Kent Science Park says it has “not been healthier” despite announcements of job losses last year.

APC in takeover after return to profit

APC in takeover after return to profit

11 January 2018

An electronic components distributor has announced the takeover of a rival firm after making its first annual profit in three years.

Wildlife concerns over UK's biggest solar farm

Wildlife concerns over UK's biggest solar farm

14 December 2017

Proposals to build an 890-acre solar farm could impact birds and wildlife in the area.

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Scaffold in bacteria could be biofuel breakthrough

Scaffold in bacteria could be biofuel breakthrough

12 December 2017

Scientists in Kent believe they could reduce reliance on fossil fuels after finding a way to increase productivity in cells used to make biofuels.

Turnover record for comms supplier

Turnover record for comms supplier

12 December 2017

An IT and telecoms firm broke the £1 million sales barrier for the first time in the third quarter of the year.

Tech distributor completes turnaround

Tech distributor completes turnaround

05 December 2017

An electronic components and lighting distributor has returned to profitability after a two-year restructure which involved cutting staff numbers.

Views sought on Britain's biggest solar farm

Views sought on Britain's biggest solar farm

05 December 2017

The first stage of a consultation to cover 890 acres of Kent farmland in solar panels begins today.

Profits decimated as solar industry put ‘on its knees’

Profits decimated as solar industry put ‘on its knees’

04 December 2017

An electrical wholesaler which supplies solar panels had its profits decimated after the government removed renewable energy subsidies.

Dozens of jobs on the line

Dozens of jobs on the line

30 November 2017

More than 70 employees have been told their jobs are under threat after a company announced it intends to close a Kent branch.

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