Discovery Park in East Kent is now home to three more businesses, taking its growing community to over 60 tenants.
The premier business, science and technology park based in Sandwich has welcomed design and marketing agency, Angle Studios, information technology specialist Business Computer Solutions (BCS) and life sciences firm, Jaytee Biosciences.Read Article
Lord Livingston has today succeeded Lord Green as Trade and Investment Minister.
Ian Livingston will be Minister of State jointly at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office following the retirement from government of Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint.
Lord Livingston, who is the outgoing Chief Executive of BT Group, will continue the work Lord Green has undertaken to help Britain compete in the global race; growing the UK’s exports and attracting further investment from overseas.Read Article
In a significant strategic move, Reeves is delighted to announce its merger with CLB Gatwick, (formerly part of Haines Watts) a well-established accountancy practice.
The four partners and staff at CLB, which has offices in Horley, have merged activities with the nearby Reeves Gatwick office, effective from today (December 2, 2013).Read Article
As part of the government’s long-term economic plan, and following the Autumn Statement, Enterprise Minister Matthew Hancock is today (7 December 2013) setting out the government’s offer to make it easier for small businesses to grow and create jobs.
Small Business: GREAT Ambition is a commitment to go-getting firms. It sets out how government can make it easier for small businesses to grow as the country gets behind local traders on Small Business Saturday. These new measures will remove some of the barriers small businesses face, improve the business environment and make it easier for them to fulfil their potential.Read Article
Dover District Council is calling on the Government to freeze Business Rates as it welcomes signs of economic recovery and renewed investor confidence in the District.
Cllr Paul Watkins, Leader of Dover District Council has written to both the Department for Communities and Local Government, and HM Treasury calling for the freeze and a broader review of Business Rates.Read Article