Business figures in Kent say new measures to get young people into work are well intentioned but may prove a challenge in reality.
A corporate lawyer has moved from a top London firm to join a corporate and commercial team in the county.
One of the county's biggest employers has taken advantage of a government scheme to ease the financial pain of the lockdown.
As protests continue, business leaders are being urged to look at their own company values to ensure equality.
Firms who have breached the rules surrounding the furlough scheme are set to get a 30-day amnesty period to repay HMRC.
The University of Kent is to host a series of free webinars to help firms recover after the lockdown.
More than 9,000 firms have been helped by a free business support service since it launched at the end of March.
Tickets are available now for a one-day conference to help boost Kent firms - all taking place online.
Firms in the county are being invited to register on a free site highlighting the steps taken to be safe as lockdown measures are eased.
The release of April's GDP figures have brought into 'sharp relief' the economic impact of the health crisis.
One of the county's chambers of commerce has recruited an HR expert to its board as it prepares for life after the lockdown.
Figures for the first five months on the year reveal Eurotunnel traffic has dropped dramatically as a result of travel restrictions.
As workplaces reopen as lockdown measures are eased, employers are being urged to review their fire safety.
Business leaders are invited to discuss life after lockdown and the county's economic outlook on a special one-hour webinar.
A free workshop aimed at bridging the skills gap says the pandemic has prevented it hitting a key milestone this month.
Council urges small firms not to miss out on the chance of applying for grants of up to £10,000 to ease the financial pain of the pandemic.
The government website for SMEs to claim back money under the Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme is now live.
Law firm advises businesses to consider adding a clause in order to reclaim goods if not fully paid for.
A number of rural firms have received payments in a bid to help boost the county's rural economy, despite the pandemic.
The county's big employers are working out just how to get staff back into the workplace when lockdown measures are eased.
Many small firms are still unaware there is funding - which does not have to be paid back - available to help them through the crisis.
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