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Back to Basics: A refresher to reignite your enthusiasm for engaging with your customers. As a newbie to the KWIB team, I thought I could "kill two birds with one stone" and tell you a little more about myself, whilst...
It’s a sunny Friday afternoon when I meet with “The Two Sam’s” (one male, one female, both equally fabulous). They are from Kent Women in Business, and after the coffee’s were ordered and we’d settled into the homely Vauxhall...
Hubert de Bouärd; co-owner of Château Angelus, which is one of the most prestigious St-Emilion estates has collaborated with the famed Kentish artist Graham Clarke to create The Vinorium’s first own-labelled Bordeaux wine. Individually sourced, using carefully selected ingredients...
Hi my name is Scarlet Isherwood and I am 17, I currently study a Level 2 in Art and Design as Canterbury College in Kent. Going to college was my first formal education since I was 7 years old, I...

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