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Moving Forward for Kent campaign is launched

Last updated 31 July 2020

An exciting new campaign has been launched to help get the Kent economy back on its feet again and support businesses and residents in Kent.

Moving Forward for Kent, which is being rolled out by Kent County Council and supported by organisations including Visit Kent and Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, is a simple but flexible marketing tool to help build confidence in Kent’s economic recovery.

The aim is to showcase how businesses are “Moving Forward for Kent” as the county recovers from the economic impacts of an unprecedented pandemic and encourage people to safely return to the economic success that made Kent one of the most dynamic local economies in the country.

The campaign toolkit, which is totally free, is available online and can be easily downloaded, adapted and edited for use by any business in the county, large or small.

The Moving Forward for Kent campaign is designed to be flexible so it can be used and shared by any business, large or small, in marketing communications activities and materials.

An easily accessible toolkit will provide all the information and marketing assets needed to be part of this county-wide support of a single message that we can, and will, recover from this pandemic as a county.

You can support the Moving Forward for Kent campaign by:

·         Using the easy downloadable visuals as part of your marketing

·         Use the #ForKent to achieve maximum coverage and shared experiences

·         Share posts with your contacts to amplify positive messages around recovery

·         Send KCC your success stories to inspire other businesses in the county

Kent County Council will continue to support businesses and employers and make strategic interventions to support growth, development and economic recovery following Covid-19.

Now we need your support to help make this happen. You can download the toolkit and be part of this ambitious campaign to recover from one of the biggest challenges faced in Kent in a generation.