The impact of changes to business rates - coming into force in April - is discussed by Kent County Council's economic development chief Cllr Mark Dance. The show also examines a slowdown in investment in new kit and staff.
The problems and benefits caused by the weak value of the pound are discussed by Simon Warne of Crowe Clark Whitehill and Andrew Mapstone of the Department for International Trade.
James Roberts from Caxtons Chartered Surveyors joined business editor Chris Price on the sofa. They discussed the shortage of commercial property in Kent and how that is affecting the county's growing tourism sector.
On the sofa for this episode is Dominic Deeson, a Kent ambassador for the Institute of Directors and publisher at Deeson Group. He spoke about the impact of the Autumn Statement and the way Black Friday is changing shopping.