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What's in the May 2014 edition of Kent Business

By Chris Price

This month in Kent Business...

How Eurotunnel came back from debts of £6.2bn to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

With 15,000 homes set to be built in the near future, Ebbsfleet United FC has big plans for growth.

Eurotunnel chairman and chief executive Jacques Gounon

Hoo-based farmer AC Goatham & Son sets out its 20-year plan to change Medway's economy.

As Sainsbury's pulls out of major schemes in Canterbury and Tonbridge, the major supermarkets explain what is changing the way they plan to grow.

Cherry growers AR Neaves near Canterbury and Torry Hill Farm, near Sittingbourne, is expecting this year's cherry season to be the longest and largest on record.

Medway-based farmer AC Goatham & Son

How Maidstone Studios has found new ways to turn a profit.


Why success is about being brave enough to take risks, according to Medway-based marketing agency director Terry Hewett of thinkzest.

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