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Fobo is described as the world's first "proactive hybrid dating business" and is trying to raise £100,000

Dating app hopes to pick up £100k

An online singles company designed to combat the “click-and-collect” culture of rivals is looking for £100,000 of investment.

Packaging designer wraps up award for fourth year

Lemon Creative director Drew Selman, right, receives the Solutions Award for packaging

A design agency which counts model maker Hornby among its clients picked up an award for its packaging for the fourth straight year.

How Peter Pan show almost ended in Neverland

Amelia Lily as Tinkerbell and Lloyd Daniels as Peter Pan, appearing at Maidstone Studios this Christmas

Panto wars have descended on the county as a disagreement leaves a bitter taste between two productions in the same town.

Pair awarded for success after head-on collision

AM Marketing founder Amy McManus cuts the cake on its third birthday last year, watched by husband and business partner Brad

A husband and wife who grew their business together despite treatment following a serious car crash have been awarded for triumphing over adversity.

Union slams print bosses 'in hiding'

Printing business Headley Brothers was put up for sale in January

A union has criticised bosses of a historic printing firm which closed suddenly last week, saying staff are still unaware if they will be paid.


Laser company sets world record

ER Productions in Dartford set the Guinness World Record for the largest laser show in Las Vegas

A special effects business hired by Queen and Kylie Minogue has set a world record for the largest laser show at an event in Las Vegas.

Rescued print firm in shock closure

Headley Brothers signs were removed from the premises in March

One of Kent’s oldest printing companies, rescued from administration earlier this year, shut its doors for good today.


Laser show to light up Vegas

ER Productions provided laser effects for Queen & Adam Lambert's 67-date world tour

A laser system company which has lit up concerts for Queen and Metallica is planning a world record light show in Las Vegas after securing funding.


Kent on Sunday to close

The last edition of Kent on Sunday will be published on November 26

Weekly free newspaper Kent on Sunday is to close at the end of the month, blaming a “challenging period” for the industry.


Festive shopping from the sofa

Bluewater has launched an online shopping portal where shoppers can browse a million items stocked at the mall

Shoppers will be able to dodge the queues this Christmas after a shopping centre launched an online portal giving access to millions of its products.

Agency secures Google deal

Sleeping Giant Media chief executive Luke Quilter

An award-winning entrepreneur revealed his company has begun writing content for Google as he opened a business exhibition in the county.

Housebuilding starts on former KM HQ

How the KM Group headquarters in Larkfield looked in 2007

Work has begun on the redevelopment of the former headquarters of the KM Group, which is being turned into 12 homes.

Huge audience growth for kmfm

kmfm breakfast show presenters Garry and Laura

The number of people listening to radio station kmfm has soared by 13,000, new figures have revealed.

We've got it Covered

The front of last year's Medway and Swale edition of Covered

KM Media Group is launching Covered 2018, the handy business directory which has become a hit with businesses.

Part of the city's fabric for three centuries

Since 1717 the Kentish Gazette has stood side by side with the people, to become one of the country's oldest surviving publications. Here's its story.

Google pops in to give residents digital advice

Google is offering advice to businesses and residents to develop their digital skills

Businesses and residents will be involved in workshops led by Google staff to boost their digital skills to boost business.

Kent's Apprentice hopeful: 'I wanted to win'

Kent's Apprentice contestant Danny Grant has spoken about his early exit from the show, and the surreal experience of watching himself on television.


Bosses too busy to make websites mobile friendly

The pair made the hoax call. Library image.

Firms are not developing their websites for mobile phone users because bosses are short of time, says an organisation supporting young entrepreneurs.

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