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A place where firms can flourish

Cripps partner James Beatton

Kent has created an environment where innovative firms can thrive, as shown by the quality of firms on the Future List.

Take a working lunch

The Shozna menu is packed with tempting Indian and Bangladeshi dishes

A change of scenery can increase motivation and inspire fresh ideas, especially at an Indian restaurant.


OPINION: Brexit is a victory for the people over the elites, argues academic

The EU referendum was the single most important vote in a generation.

Kent University's Dr Philip Cunliffe says British democracy will be renewed by leaving the European Union.


Put mental health on the agenda

Employers are being urged to put the mental health of staff high on their agenda

Employers should focus on the mental wellbeing of staff according to a law firm and HR expert.

Ignoring the noise

Prime Minister Theresa May

The Prime Minister has still not made clear her Brexit plans but business should not allow the negotiations with the EU to become all consuming.

How to cut the cost of your commute

The Kings Ferry runs coach services from Kent to London

Kent workers could nearly halve the cost of their journey to work and lower stress by changing their mode of transport, according to a new study.

Simple steps to make sure clients pay up

Six good causes have benefitted. Picture: iStock.com

In uncertain times, it is more important than ever for businesses to make sure sales are paid on time.

Nine tips for making your business legally safe

There are lots of processes you can have in place to protect your business from legal problems. Picture: iStock.com

Here are some top tips for employers wanting to avoid common mistakes when it comes to looking after staff and creating contracts.

How cutting rates cuts options

Bank of England governor Mark Carney

The Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates has backed investors and savers further into a corner.

Kent will rise to the challenge

The EU headquarters in Brussels

The EU referendum has left an environment of uncertainty but business in the county will pull through because of its variety of industries.

Let's hope hiccup doesn't become a cough

Flags in front of the EU Commission building in Brussels

Data shows a slowdown in the economy since the EU vote, which is why government and institutions are doing all they can to keep business moving.

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Excited at prospect of building profiles

The IoD wants to break down barriers to growth

The new chair of the Institute of Directors in Kent has set out her mission for inspiring growth in the county.

How Brexit could impact the FTSE 100

The EU referendum was the single most important vote in a generation.

Analysis shows markets are poised for a big shift after the EU referendum.

Why we are publishing the Quarterly Economic Survey

Deal Town Council is sending out a message of support to EU residents

Kent Invicta Chamber's research of its members, carried out every three months, will be published in depth in Kent Business.

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