In this month's Kent Business...
Join the Kick Start Kent campaign, calling on firms to help someone get on the career ladder by offering an apprenticeship.
The Kent Business October issue
It is not as expensive as it might seem and there are government grants available for many firms for taking on an apprentice.
Kent Business hopes to have 50 firms signed up within a year. Will yours be among the first?
There are also details about why people should become an apprentice, including stories from people in training right now and those who have become successful as a result.
Also inside this month's Kent Business, read the first of a series of investigations into how Kent's coastal areas are coping in the economy, starting with Romney Marsh.
Two women who run part-time businesses with full-time jobs talk about how they juggle their work with their lives.
Take a look behind the scenes at Kent Science Park, where companies are making breakthroughs changing lives around the world.
The MegaGrowth 50 list of Kent's fastest-expanding firms is published in a 12-page pull-out.
Read about the family firm beating the supermarket giants on price when it comes to fruit and veg shopping.
The first Working Lunch interview features Jo Worby of Kent law firm Brachers, who tells all about how women cope in a male-dominated business.
And catch up on what you have missed over the last month with our Business Month round up of the news from KentBusiness.co.uk
Read Kent Business this week, free inside your local KM Media Group newspaper.
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A travel services company has earned an exclusive long-term commercial contract with the national agent after buying a company for more than £2m.
Dozens of people are to lose their jobs in Kent after it was announced the remaining stores of rental chain Blockbuster are to close.
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