Home   Kent Business   Business sectors   Digital, Creative & Media

Fan app aims to raise £150k

A football fan app backed by a former England international is aiming to raise cash to help it sell data on supporters to clubs and broadcasters.

TV presenter to speak at expo

Green living expert Dick Strawbridge will be the leading speaker at a property exhibition returning to Kent for its second year.

Profits cut at historic printer

Long-established printer and copier supplier Geerings suffered a fall in profits amid “difficult market conditions”.

Deadline extended for KEiBA 2018

Companies and entrepreneurs have an extra week to enter the most prestigious business awards in Kent.

Business newspaper marks 25 years

Kent Business, the county’s long-standing monthly business supplement, is celebrating a special anniversary.

Record listeners for kmfm

Radio station kmfm has hit a new record - with more than 200,000 people tuning in every week!

Indie music firm in deal with major record label

A company founded by a Kent music manager has teamed up with one of the UK's biggest record labels.

Paper firm smells the coffee

The backlash over disposable coffee cups has vindicated a paper merchant’s move into food packaging as it targets a return to profit.

We can share our expertise

A town centre hotel has been transformed with a shared office suite for small businesses.

'Hey Alexa, what's the news in Kent?'

Avid kmfm listeners can now get the latest news from their Alexa-enabled device.

Bitcoin rival signs agreement with $1bn payment business

A mobile-friendly rival to Bitcoin signed an agreement with a payment technology company days before the value of many online currencies plummeted.

Be first to the news...

The way you'll see news in Facebook is changing. Here's how not to miss out on the latest KentOnline news and travel.

Earn recognition with business awards

Great staff morale and a top notch profile are part of the prize package for companies which enter the most prestigious business awards in Kent.

Destination Kent poised for return

A guide to family days out and the best-kept secrets in the county is due to launch before Easter.

Printer collapsed owing £4.2m

A printing company which closed suddenly shortly before Christmas had a multi-million pound shortfall in its accounts, liquidators have found.

Paper merchant suffers losses

One of the UK’s largest independent paper merchants has reported losses after the demise of some large printers and “fierce” price cutting.

US technology helping firms find a home

Businesses on the hunt for new offices or industrial space can find commercial sites close to skilled workers and infrastructure with US technology.

Bitcoin rival relaunches after security upgrade

An online currency developed in Kent has relaunched after introducing tougher security measures following a hack on hundreds of its users’ accounts.

Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More