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Recovery service's 300 hours of free support

22 October 2020
Recovery service's 300 hours of free support

SMEs have been taking advantage of a service to help them tackle the challenges and opportunities of the Covid crisis.

Railway aims to be first running entirely on renewable energy

22 October 2020
Railway aims to be first running entirely on renewable energy

One of the county's key railway lines is set to be powered entirely by green energy sources.

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Sanitiser promises 'invisible glove' to protect against virus

22 October 2020
Sanitiser promises 'invisible glove' to protect against virus

Scientists say their new alcohol-free hand sanitiser offers long-lasting defence against the virus and other bacteria.

Kent Law Society unveils new president

20 October 2020
Kent Law Society unveils new president

The voice of the legal profession in the county has named its latest president.

Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

20 October 2020
Memories of school in the 1970s and 80s

From swimming in your pyjamas, BBC Micro computers and Panini football stickers - we take a look back at life in Kent's schools in the 1970s and 80s.

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Cross-Channel revenues plunge due to Covid crisis

19 October 2020
Cross-Channel revenues plunge due to Covid crisis

Operator of a major cross-Channel route says it is millions of pounds down on the same time last year due to the pandemic's impact on travel plans.

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Family firm marks 50th anniversary

19 October 2020
Family firm marks 50th anniversary

A family-run furniture store has expansion plans as it marks its 50th anniversary.

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Chamber and colleges team up for Kickstart

16 October 2020
Chamber and colleges team up for Kickstart

The county's further education specialists are to work with a business organisation to deliver Rishi Sunak's Kickstart programme for young people.

Agency hires 'head of growth' as revenue soars 30%

16 October 2020
Agency hires 'head of growth' as revenue soars 30%

A digital agency has seen significant year-on-year growth - despite the challenges of the health crisis this year.

The search engine which doesn't track your movements

16 October 2020
The search engine which doesn't track your movements

A search engine, based in Kent, is promising not to track your data or online movements as it seeks to secure a slice of a lucrative market.

State-of-the-art £3m eye clinic opens

15 October 2020
State-of-the-art £3m eye clinic opens

A local MP has cut the ribbon on a new clinic which has created a number of new jobs and seen a £3m investment.

Growth board seeks 'green visionaries'

15 October 2020
Growth board seeks 'green visionaries'

A major push to redevelop part of the county wants to hear from firms with green growth credentials.

Familiar face becomes agency chairman

15 October 2020
Familiar face becomes agency chairman

A leading business figure has joined a marketing agency as its chairman - as it too undergoes a rebrand.

Firm starts work on £1.8m improvements to art gallery

14 October 2020
Firm starts work on £1.8m improvements to art gallery

A local contractor is spearheading key changes to one of the county's top tourist attractions.

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Webinar to highlight apprentice benefits

14 October 2020
Webinar to highlight apprentice benefits

An online event takes place on Thursday to help firms benefit from emerging talent.

More towns get superfast 5G coverage

14 October 2020
More towns get superfast 5G coverage

A mobile phone giant has expanded its superfast 5G network in the county.

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Firm offers 50% profit share to staff

13 October 2020
Firm offers 50% profit share to staff

Agency unveils generous profit share scheme for remainder of what's been a 'challenging' year.

Package to lure firms to set up base in county

13 October 2020
Package to lure firms to set up base in county

The county's inward investment agency has launched a new package to attract domestic and international firms to establish a base here.

Remarkable history of Kent's workhouses

13 October 2020
Remarkable history of Kent's workhouses

Chances are you drive by a former workhouse every day - we take a look back at the grim reality for generations of the county's poorest people.

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Luxury penthouses on edge of historic site

12 October 2020
Luxury penthouses on edge of historic site

A major development, close to one of the county's most historic sites, has been unveiled with penthouses selling for £1m-plus.

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