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Medway means business

Medway Council is improving the way it buys in goods and services, which will help the local economy and help provide jobs. The council is cutting red tape and will even bring in new rules meaning companies that secure the largest contracts must employ local apprentices. These new measures follow the formal adoption by Medway’s […]

Grandparents are the lynchpin for working parents

Grandparents are the lynchpins of most families these days, with a lot of working parents depending on them for childcare and support. But a survey by Gocompare.com has found that whilst just over half (53%) love the closeness that looking after their grandchildren gives them, 19% said that they sometimes feel taken for granted by […]

Small is beautiful for Bob’s B&B

What started out as a retirement hobby has turned into a full time labour of love for Bob Anthony, owner of Birling House B&B in Capel, near Tonbridge. The former Head of Retail with the Allders department store chain is running a successful tourism business with an occupancy rate of more than 80 per cent […]

Solley’s To Unveil Festive Ice Cream at London Food Show

There’s a special Kentish treat in store for visitors to the Speciality & Fine Food Fair in London next month, as Deal-based ice cream experts Solley’s Farms unveil their range of tempting flavours for the winter season – Solley’s Cool Yule. The family-run dairy has developed four new delicious ice creams packed full of seasonal […]

Joseph back at The Marlowe

“H” is stepping back into the role of Joseph at The Marlowe Theatre later this month. Fresh from the hit television series STEPS: On The Road Again, and a subsequent arena tour, Ian “H” Watkins will be reprising the character he first played in London’s West End in 2005. Bill Kenwright’s production of Tim Rice […]

B2B 2013 comes to Canterbury

B2B 2013, a very popular and successful conference and exhibition format is coming to Canterbury. The free to attend business event will be held at Augustine House, Canterbury, on Tuesday, 10th September 2013. Organised by Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, the day is designed to nurture business development and sustained growth for exhibitors and visitors […]

UKNetMonitor Urge Consumers To Remember You’re A Member

Kent Science Park based company UKNetMonitor has developed a revolutionary new website and smartphone app that could potentially save its users thousands of pounds. iMember.co.uk is free of charge, and encourages people to be aware of all the discounts and vouchers they are entitled to through being customers or members of organisations. Registered users can […]

Cohesive Thinking-Part 4

Cohesive thinking is an online journal of big thoughts in small features about marketing and design. Produced by Cohesion Marketing by Design they have created a series of easy to listen, simple to share videos. They call it Cohesive thinking, because they have aligned and integrated their marketing, branding and design thoughts across all the […]

Cohesive Thinking-Part 3

Cohesive thinking is an online journal of big thoughts in small features about marketing and design. Produced by Cohesion Marketing by Design they have created a series of easy to listen, simple to share videos. They call it Cohesive thinking, because they have aligned and integrated their marketing, branding and design thoughts across all the […]

Manston offers runway relief to London airports

Making the best use of Manston’s existing runway, officially designating it as a ‘reliever airport’ for Heathrow and Gatwick, and reducing Air Passenger Duty for regional airports, would help support the growth of the Kent airport, according to its operators, as the rest of the South East Airport’s system becomes increasingly congested over the next […]