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Legal firm Cripps has helped young, chic Parisian footwear brand Bobbies launch in the UK.
On Saturday, 26 July, thousands of people enjoyed it and thousands of pounds were raised on a day that saw a maritime celebration of Dover, its community and its Port complemented by exciting displays on land and in the air.
Small companies from all sectors can learn how to keep up with the changing online world in a series of seminars being run by Kent County Council, Microsoft and the KM Group.
A digital events company is set to create 46 jobs in three years after launching a new online diary system designed to help organisers avoid date clashes with rivals.
The Duke of Kent has opened the new £1.5 million Maidstone Exhibition Hall, underlining the Kent Event Centre’s position as one of the largest and most flexible venues in the South East.
The Dover Harbour Board has started the hunt for three civils firms to take a place on a £120m construction framework to redevelop its western docks with a new cargo terminal and marina.
The company behind the Paramount resort plans has appointed former transport minister Steven Norris as its chairman in a bid to solve infrastructure questions.
Housing association AmicusHorizon has been awarded £20.4m to build 359 affordable homes in Kent and Sussex.
A fashion worker and export manager have been appointed as advisors at UK Trade and Investment in the South East to meet government targets to create another 100,000 exporters in the next five years.
Small companies employing up to 50 people in east Kent may now be eligible for interest-free loans of up to £50,000 under a new council scheme.
After three years of planning, a significant project to transform part of Chatham’s Historic Dockyard is due to get underway in less than four weeks.
Work can now start on Medway’s first University Technical College – two years after it was given the go-ahead from the Department for Education.
Port sees automotive sector as a major growth opportunity
Eurostar have announced plans for a direct service from Ashford to the south of France.
The number of people in employment in South Thanet has risen for the third consecutive month.
A company that extracts venom from some of the most deadly species of spiders, snakes and scorpions on the planet has moved their laboratory to Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent.
Burying your head in the sand will not avoid personal liability, says Furley Page.
A proposed £2bn entertainment resort in Kent would transform the economy and improve education services, developers have claimed.
Plans for a new Thanet Parkway railway station have been given a £10 million boost – which could be a “game-changer” for Discovery Park.
A Kent packaging manufacturer is looking to expand its facilities and grow its team after securing a £5m investment package from Business Growth Fund (BGF).
A record number of freight vehicles departed on services through the Port of Dover yesterday, reaching numbers not seen since before the recession.
Good times are set to roll.
A house builder has completed its highest ever number of house sales in the first six months of the year as the mortgage market continues to strengthen buoyed by Help to Buy.
Business leaders in East Kent are being invited to find out how they can empower their workforce by working with higher and further education establishments.
Chatham to become Medway's 'city centre'
Kent County Council to make it easier for SMEs to access interest-free loans with its Small Business Boost scheme
Traffic blackspots to be eased in Maidstone, Canterbury and Thanet in £442m injection from government
Ashford is leading the UK’s High Street renaissance and setting an example that other towns can learn from.
The future is green for one Thanet college as it unveiled a £6.5m new building this week.
A pharmaceutical company has created 40 high-skilled jobs.
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