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KMCreate launches at Kent 2020 Vision Live in Kent Event Centre, Detling, with 3,000 people to attend

By Chris Price

Companies heading to the biggest business show in Kent will watch the unveiling of a new marketing and design service run by the KM Group.

More than 3,000 people will head to Kent 2020 Vision Live today, with the new KMCreate stand among the most striking features at the event.

Staff will greet potential customers next a six-metre wall covered in KMCreate branding, and will tell all about the creative solutions they can offer businesses.

KMCreate will be launched at Kent 2020 Vision Live

The KM Group is among more than 300 companies exhibiting at the Kent Event Centre, Detling.

People will be able to see some of KMCreate’s favourite work to date, including campaigns for James Villas, Regency Home Improvements, Local Weeklies and Hadlow College.

kmfm Drivetime DJ Rob Wills has been leading the KMCreate project since February.

He said: “We are a pool of creative people and we can make all kinds of things happen.

“Businesses want to go to one place and get everything they need. There isn’t time for firms to go to lots of different people to, for example, design a logo, print it and cut it.

kmfm presenter Rob Wills
Look out for the KMCreate stand at Kent 2020 Vision Live

“We will save businesses a lot of time.

“Companies have been able to come to use for radio, online and press and now we offer creative solutions as well.

“This is a large part of our offering now.”

At Kent 2020 Vision Live, businesses will also hear from Richard Branson’s former right-hand-man Will Whitehorn, who will tell all about his work as brand director at Virgin Group and president of Virgin Galactic.

Former Virgin Group brand director Will Whitehorn, who was right-hand-man to Richard Branson

Other speakers include Cook co-founder and chief executive Edward Perry, Kent County Council leader Paul Carter and cabinet member for economic development Mark Dance.

Throughout the day there will be a number of free workshops and the chance to make contacts with the 300 companies exhibiting.

Running for eight years, the event attracts more visitors than every other business to business exhibition in Kent put together.

Details at www.kent2020live.co.uk and www.KMCreate.co.uk.

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