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Kent leads the way with apples and pears

Kent leads the way with apples and pears

Sponsored editorial: The Kent apple harvest got underway recently with AC Goatham & Son at the forefront.

'We need emergency budget now'

'We need emergency budget now'

A leading business organisation in the county has joined a call for the Chancellor to hold an emergency budget to ease the cost of living crisis.

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Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

It won't come as a surprise to many, but the majority of Kent firms polled recently said increased costs would be passed onto their customers.

Fudge treat to help people of Ukraine

Fudge treat to help people of Ukraine

A fudge firm has created a special limited edition range in the colours of the Ukraine flag to raise money for those caught up in the conflict

Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

Business leaders in the county are being urged to sign-up to a charity event next month designed to raise money and awareness for homeless charities.

Major event's £25m expectations

Major event's £25m expectations

After a two-year break due to the pandemic, the largest regional business event returns to the county in May.

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

A list of the fastest growing companies in the county is making a return for its 19th outing.

Industrial units to be built next to football ground

Industrial units to be built next to football ground

Football club bosses have gained permission to develop part of their stadium to add a range of new facilities designed to generate cash for the team.

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Hundreds set for summit's return

Hundreds set for summit's return

One of the county's top networking events returns for its fifth annual outing next week - with 300 delegates expected.

Brewer raises a glass to Queen with Jubilee ale

Brewer raises a glass to Queen with Jubilee ale

A leading brewer will be serving up a limited edition ale over the extended bank holiday weekend to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June.

German giant opens new store in county

German giant opens new store in county

Shoppers will be able to visit only the fourth shop dedicated to the goods of a German manufacturer when its opens later this month.

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Dragons' Den star: 'We've not fallen out of love with high street'

Dragons' Den star: 'We've not fallen out of love with high street'

In an exclusive interview, a former star of hit TV show Dragons' Den explains why there is hope for the high street yet.

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Just who owns our town centres?

Just who owns our town centres?

In our latest feature on the plight of high streets, we look at the fragmented world of property ownership to find out who's really running our towns.

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Can't find a parking bay? We'll stay away

Can't find a parking bay? We'll stay away

Is parking killing our high streets? In the second part of our feature series on the state of the county's town centres we head to Canterbury.

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Survey reveals majority fear inflationary squeeze

Survey reveals majority fear inflationary squeeze

A poll of SMEs has revealed many remain anxious at rising costs - while just 4% say Brexit has had a positive impact on them.

Could this be county's next vineyard?

Could this be county's next vineyard?

Ever fancied owning a vineyard and creating your own wine? Well if you can afford it, land for sale in the county could fulfil your dreams.

Aldi creating 175 jobs in Kent paying up to £63k

Aldi creating 175 jobs in Kent paying up to £63k

A supermarket giant is creating 175 jobs across Kent, with salaries of up to £63,000.

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Summit talks net zero funding

Summit talks net zero funding

A key debate at a leading business event next month will focus on how firms can access funding towards a net zero future.

Brewery raises its new Champagne lager to £400k investment

Brewery raises its new Champagne lager to £400k investment

A new Champagne-based beer, brewed with Kentish hops, and a £400,000 investment in production facilities, is helping grow a popular brewery.

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The sad tale of Kent's lost butchers

The sad tale of Kent's lost butchers

With the closure of JC Rook and Son this week, we remember other butchers lost from Kent's high streets.

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