POPULAR ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW WORKSHOP RETURNS

Leading regional law firm Furley Page is hosting a workshop to provide business leaders and HR professionals in Kent the opportunity to gain vital insights into the latest changes in employment law.  The firm’s employment law specialists will present the popular annual Employment Law Update 2019-20 workshop on Wednesday…

ARE BUSINESS CARDS STILL RELEVANT?

Business cards aren’t going anywhere just because we’re in 2018. Business cards form an important part of the interaction you have with other companies, passing on a little bit of your business’ identity to others. Whilst we’re very much living…

NEW PLANNING RULES WILL HELP AND HINDER

The latest planning changes look set to offer opportunities for the owners and developers of light industrial buildings, although they also bring some uncertainty for tenants, according to experts at Ashford-based Hobbs Parker Property Consultants. In the drive to increase…

MAKING TAX DIGITAL DELAYED NOT DEAD

Despite the General Election having put the Government legislative plans on hold, Making Tax Digital hasn’t gone away, it’s more a case of simply delaying the inevitable, according to Crowe Clark Whitehill, the national audit, tax and advisory firm. If…

GETTING THE BEST FROM BREXIT

Kent companies must make their views known if the county and country are to make the best of Brexit. That was the conclusion of a seminar jointly hosted by Kent’s leading law firm, Cripps, and Canterbury Christ Church University. The…