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Construction work has begun on a new headquarters for privately-owned transport company Europa Worldwide Logistics.

The average one-way commute in Kent lasts more than half an hour, longer than the national average, according to new research.

Local businesses in Thanet have a greater chance at success as a two million pound funding scheme to support local enterprises related to creativity has now been extended until February 2015.

The team at the Port of Dover was delighted to welcome Minister of State for Transport, the Rt. Hon. John Hayes MP, for a tour of the Port and discussions on how the UK’s busiest port is undergoing major development whilst delivering record volumes of freight traffic as the economy continues to grow.

Kentish woodlands and the traditional way they are managed are the focus of an international conference hosted by the University of Greenwich.

Kent is riding the wave of the national economic recovery thanks to growth in high value sectors and the availability of financial support packages, according to the 2014 edition of the Kent Property Market Report.

Energy firm Vattenfall will start work next week on a £165m extension to the Kentish Flats Wind Farm adding an extra 15 turbines by the summer.

House prices in Kent grew at a slower pace than the national average last year, with average prices varying by more than £225,000, it has been revealed today.

Celebrating a landmark achievement in the rich and varied history of the Port of Dover, the Dover Harbour Board is delighted to confirm the Marine Management Organisation has approved the Board’s application (through a Harbour Revision Order) for additional powers.

A company which develops Cloud-based software for smartphone and tablets has won a three-year contract worth more than £116,000.

Investors based in the south east have injected over £5.5 million into SMEs using peer to peer lending according to statistics released by industry lender ThinCats.

Rallying call from the UK’s international town to global developers and investors at MIPIM UK

The Port of Dover is delighted to announce that it has committed £¼ million to launch the community fund.

Law firm Cripps, which has offices in Tunbridge Wells, London, Kings Hill, and Discovery Park, has appointed a new partner.

A tenant at Discovery Park, Europe’s leading science and technology park in Sandwich, Kent has announced that it has closed £10 million Series A financing with Advent Life Sciences, Gilde Healthcare and Index Ventures. In addition, Levicept was awarded a £2.4 million grant from the Biocatalyst Fund of the UK's innovation agency, Innovate UK, in April 2014.

Plans to build a new hospital, nursing home and Aldi supermarket at Estuary View business park will be unveiled next week.

High-tech, Maidstone based company, ICOM, has won a prestigious contract to deliver high-quality cabling to Kent County Council.

A Maidstone man has been honoured for his contribution to the town’s economy.

A farm shop in Kent is to become the unlikely starting point for the next generation of shopping technology – artificially intelligent chat robots.

Futuristic four-winged aeroplanes could be flying out of Lydd Airport in as little as three years, thanks to an Ashford designer.

An innovative funding method used by a leading Kent wine maker has delivered a world record-breaking returns.

Ashford Borough Council leader Gerry Clarkson is a man struggling to mask his beaming pride.

The Port of Dover has invited tenders for construction companies to get involved in the Dover Western Docks revival project.

Pre-tax profits at Saga grew by nearly 15% in the first six months of the year, on a like-for-like basis, in the group’s first results as a public company.

A dietary supplements supplier has set its sights on the US market after bagging a £200,000 investment from Royal Bank of Scotland.

Dover Harbour Board (DHB) is delighted to announce that George Jenkins OBE has been reappointed as Chairman.

Expertise in private client legal services has won Cripps a top international award.

Shepherd Neame has reported record full-year earnings in its annual results.

Local entrepreneurs can seek expert advice and news on interest-free loans at a free networking event next week.

Manston Airport has been bought out by a team of specialists in regeneration, it's been revealed.

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