News & Events

News and events for the Swale business community.

And now for the news...

Read about the latest news and upcoming events relevant to business owners in the borough. Make sure you come back to find out what's happened, what's coming up and what's hot off the press in Swale.

Get in touch

Coronavirus: Swale Business Support

A stethoscope on a red background.

Find out the latest on the support for businesses in relation to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Covid-19 compliance checks

Covid-19 banner illustrating medium level.

Details of how more businesses are going to be checked to make sure they are working safely during the pandemic.

Request for visitor data to inform Covid-19 research

An image of a notepad, a pencil and a clock on a desk.

Request for data to show the impact of the pandemic on the local tourism sector.

Test and Trace Update

Promotion for Test and Trace app.

Guidance for how to work with the Test and Trace system, and to download a poster for the app.

Visitor Economy Grants (SEBCOR)

A blurred image of the inside of a restaurant.

Submit an expression of interest for a grant of between £1,000-£3,000.

Support Your Local

The logo of the Support Your Local campaign.

A campaign to support Kent food and drink businesses.

More news stories are available to read on the news archive section of this website.


Starting in business workshop

People listening around a table at an event.

Join us for our next workshop including advice and support for individuals starting a business.

Direct Business Advice

Two people meeting over a cup of coffee and a laptop.

Book a free one-to-one business advice appointment for your company.

Sign up to our mailing lists

Economic Development E-bulletin

The Swale Means Business logo

We produce an e-bulletin for businesses based in Swale. Register to receive the newsletter by email.

Swale Visitor Economy Newsletter

Boats in the Swale Estuary.

A newsletter with the latest news, training, research and opportunities for companies.

Rural Round-up (Summer 2019)

An irrigated field.

Read the Rural Round-up for the latest rural business news, events and opportunities.