In this month's issue of Kent Business...
Construction firms and homeowners are rubbing their hands as the London Paramount Entertainment Resort takes a step closer to reality.
Plans for a hub airport on the Isle of Grain are "unsatisfactory" according to the British Chambers of Commerce director general.
Why the construction industry in Kent is almost at the "point of no return" as fewer young people choose careers in the sector.
Why Kent's share of a £442m growth fund may not grant all the county's transport wishes.
A series of free seminars about online business are being launched by Kent County Council, Microsoft and the KM Group.
How Buckmore Park plans to expand on surrounding land in the near future.
How two Kent mums are striking the work-parenthood balance.
The Faversham firm set to create 46 jobs in three years with its National Events Diary.
How a new building will guarantee the future of the Kent County Show.
And the show's manager talks about her devastation after the 2012 washout and how the event has made a comeback.
The Lamb National at the Kent County Show