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Could recovery be slower than expected?

Could recovery be slower than expected?

The latest GDP figures reveal a bounce back after a drop between January and March - but one expert warns recovery could be slower than hoped.

Soundbites session feature top academics

Soundbites session feature top academics

Business insight will be on offer as a series of webinars take place online, with the first taking place next month.

Expert joins team to boost food and drink producers

Expert joins team to boost food and drink producers

A horitcultural expert has joined the team helping to boost the sector across Kent and Medway.

Plan to rebuild our economy after Covid

Plan to rebuild our economy after Covid

After the twin shocks of Brexit and the pandemic, the South East Local Enterprise Partnership has unveiled its plans to help the recovery.

Strawberry proves a hit for Sir James Dyson

Strawberry proves a hit for Sir James Dyson

A Kent strawberry has become the latest fruit to benefit from a state-of-the-art glasshouse run by Sir James Dyson.

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KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

KEiBA 2021: Entries for top awards open this month

The region's most prestigious business awards will return for 2021 - here's all the details you need to get your entry ready.

Queen's Award for cannabis firm and email security company

Queen's Award for cannabis firm and email security company

A prestigious award has been presented to two leading companies in the county.

Fruit farm invests big in apple machine

Fruit farm invests big in apple machine

A fruit farm is hoping to enhance its market clout with a new bespoke machine for its apple harvest.

Webinar to help tackle cyber attacks

Webinar to help tackle cyber attacks

An IT firm is hosting a free webinar to show businesses how to protect themselves from cyber attacks.

Kent strengthens commercial line-up

Kent strengthens commercial line-up

Kent Cricket Club has secured two new commercial partnerships to boost its efforts on and off the field of play.

Is a tweet worth millions?

Is a tweet worth millions?

Kent's experts help untangle a wild (and confusing) online phenomenon - including a photographer who sold a digital version of his photo for hundreds.

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Pandemic drives big drop in carbon emissions

Pandemic drives big drop in carbon emissions

Latest research has revealed the big drop in carbon emissions across the South East - changes which could forever change the way we shop and travel.

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Mobile network extends 5G service

Mobile network extends 5G service

Another Kent town can now take advantage of superfast mobile internet speeds as 5G coverage is expanded.

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'This could make a significant environmental impact'

'This could make a significant environmental impact'

A fleet of tug boats has gone carbon neutral in a move to a green fuel it hopes others could soon follow.

'Air disinfecting' unit to fight Covid fears

'Air disinfecting' unit to fight Covid fears

A pharmacy has unveiled the latest weapon in the fight against the spread of Covid - a unit which disinfects the air.

Webinar to help businesses reopen after lockdown

Webinar to help businesses reopen after lockdown

The county council is to host a webinar next week to help businesses safely welcome back staff and customers.

Survey to reveal pandemic impact on jobs

Survey to reveal pandemic impact on jobs

A major survey is launched today which aims to identify the scale of the impact on the county's jobs market of the health crisis.

How private health centre became NHS vaccine hub

How private health centre became NHS vaccine hub

A year ago a new private medical centre opened - 12 months on and its delivered over 13,000 jabs on the NHS.

Filming of Generation Genome begins

Filming of Generation Genome begins

Filming of a new cutting edge science series has begun thanks to a collaboration between KMTV, the BFI and University of Kent.

Research site upgrade work under way

Research site upgrade work under way

Work has begun on improving the facilities at a leading horticultural research site in the county.

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