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A big seat to fill

Shoppers were welcomed with an oversized armchair as part of a broadband publicity stunt.

Telecoms firm to exceed City expectations

Business-to-business telecoms company AdEPT said it will beat market predictions when it reports its annual results this summer.

Rescued print firm ‘has potential to grow back’

One of Kent’s oldest printing firms has the potential to “grow back into a good business” according to bosses who rescued it from administration.

Apple boss backs tech start-up

The co-founder of Apple wasted no time endorsing a live video editing app designed by an exciting technology company.

We're on the move!

The Kentish Express is moving office - to be even closer to the heart of Ashford town centre.

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Business first to get ultra fast broadband

A family run business is the first in the country to be connected to ultra fast broadband.

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Call centre worker, 13, is a social media hit

A schoolboy became an unlikely social media sensation after agreeing to do a week’s work at his mum’s company to prove he could do it.

‘I knew I’d regret it if someone else started doing it’

Young entrepreneur Carl Lincoln was forced to rethink his start-up’s business plan after entering a saturated market place.

Apogee acquisition to boost turnover to £250m

A print and document technology firm has made its fourth takeover in six months to become Europe’s largest independent company in its sector.

End for historic brand following sale

One of Kent’s historic printing brands is set to disappear after more than a century after being sold out of administration, rescuing 113 jobs.

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Data in custody down neon-lit corridors

In a high security annex of a TV studios, more than £1.5 billion of revenue goes through the wires of Kent’s largest data centre each year.

Deal poised for printing firm

Troubled printing firm Headley Brothers is understood to be close to announce a sale - but its old signage has been removed.

Awards deadline extended

Kent’s great companies have been given an extra chance to shine after the deadline for the county’s most prestigious business awards was extended.

Print firm announces 85 job losses

A struggling printing company plans to make 85 redundancies as it continues to seek a buyer to rescue the 136-year old business.

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We've given KentOnline a fresh new look today. Click here to find out what's new.

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kmfm listeners grow by 5,000

Latest figures show the number of people listening to Kent radio station has risen by nearly 30%.

Ex-school pals nail £1m investment

Two former school buddies have attracted £1 million of investment in their idea-sharing start-up, including a pledge from an ex-governor of the BBC.

Fish trader surfs web to tackle price rises

It is never too late to get a business trading online but it is rare the rising cost of fish prompts entrepreneurs to take the digital plunge.

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