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How a contract clause could prevent cash-flow crisis

How a contract clause could prevent cash-flow crisis

28 May 2020

Law firm advises businesses to consider adding a clause in order to reclaim goods if not fully paid for.

Rural economy boosted by funding pay-outs

Rural economy boosted by funding pay-outs

27 May 2020

A number of rural firms have received payments in a bid to help boost the county's rural economy, despite the pandemic.

How workplaces will change after lockdown

How workplaces will change after lockdown

27 May 2020

The county's big employers are working out just how to get staff back into the workplace when lockdown measures are eased.

Authorities warn: 'Don't miss out on vital cash grants'

Authorities warn: 'Don't miss out on vital cash grants'

18 May 2020

Many small firms are still unaware there is funding - which does not have to be paid back - available to help them through the crisis.

Debts mount up due to delays to dissolve firms

Debts mount up due to delays to dissolve firms

15 May 2020

A business advisor says staff shortages at Companies House is having an impact on firms forced into closure during the pandemic.

Apprentice graduation event moves online

Apprentice graduation event moves online

13 May 2020

Organisers of a graduation ceremony for those completing apprenticeships have been forced to change plans due to the pandemic.

Everything you need to know about furlough extension as Kent reacts

Everything you need to know about furlough extension as Kent reacts

12 May 2020

Here's everything you need to know about the furlough extension as Kent reacts to the announcement.

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Workplaces 'will look and feel very different' as lockdown eased

Workplaces 'will look and feel very different' as lockdown eased

11 May 2020

An employment lawyer says workplaces will have to make significant adjustments as a gradual return to work was signalled by the PM.

Public to quiz developers over £75m town centre plans

Public to quiz developers over £75m town centre plans

05 May 2020

Developers behind a £75 million town centre regeneration project will field questions from the public about their plans in an online Q&A session.

£393m a day cost of lockdown

£393m a day cost of lockdown

05 May 2020

The high cost of the lockdown on the South East economy has been revealed in a new report published today.

How firms can access additional funds to ease strain of pandemic

How firms can access additional funds to ease strain of pandemic

04 May 2020

SMEs can today apply to take advantage of 100% government backed loans to help survive during the crisis.

Tributes paid as popular solicitor dies suddenly

Tributes paid as popular solicitor dies suddenly

04 May 2020

A solicitor well known across the county "and beyond" has died suddenly, prompting tributes from colleagues.

Your guide to the self-employed coronavirus relief scheme

Your guide to the self-employed coronavirus relief scheme

27 March 2020

Not sure if you are eligible for the self-employed relief announced this week? Then check our guide.

FSB welcomes self-employed package

FSB welcomes self-employed package

27 March 2020

The Federation of Small Businesses say the Chancellor's package of measures for the self-employed is to be welcomed.

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Be aware of the perils of Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

Be aware of the perils of Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

26 March 2020

A leading expert is warning firms in Kent to be alert to the implications of taking out one of the government-supported loans during the crisis.

Contactless payments limit increases

Contactless payments limit increases

25 March 2020

From next week the spending limit for contactless card payments will be increased from £30 to £45.

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Firms' guide to coronavirus business relief on offer

Firms' guide to coronavirus business relief on offer

24 March 2020

The government has pledged billions of pounds to support the economy - find out what's available and how firms can access them.

KEiBA 2020 is latest victim of outbreak

KEiBA 2020 is latest victim of outbreak

23 March 2020

Organisers of the county's most prestigious business awards make 'difficult' decision for this year's event.

Business Vision Live is postponed until 2021

Business Vision Live is postponed until 2021

23 March 2020

The county's leading business event has confirmed it will not now take place this year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Your guide to workers' rights, sick pay and mortgage relief

Your guide to workers' rights, sick pay and mortgage relief

23 March 2020

As the health crisis hits jobs and wages, just what options are available to you to claim much-needed support?

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