Gloucestershire business has many faces and The Annual edition of the latest Punchline magazine brings them together as we examine what comes next as we begin the long path to recovery.
A lot has changed over the last 12 months and the latest issue of the online Punchline magazine is turning the spotlight on one of the most affected areas - Jobs, Skills and Apprenticeships.
We do not all read magazines from the front - so Punchline-Gloucester.com has flipped its Green Issue for those who look at things in a different way.
Gloucestershire is going green and we feel this is the perfect time to celebrate that in the Green Issue of the Punchline magazine.
Here at Punchline-Gloucester.com HQ we appreciate that not everyone reads our magazine from the front cover inwards.
Punchline magazine is back - with a twist.
Our next edition, printed in February, will be the 2020 Annual where we look forward to the business year ahead.
Our biggest magazine of the year where we look at the biggest issues facing Gloucestershire businesses in 2020, looking in depth and at each sector.
At the core of this month's edition is the now annual apprenticeship guide - a list of 50 of the county's businesses which we are calling 'apprenticeship champions' because of the commitment to training.
A list we call Gloucestershire's 50 leading entrepreneurs formed the main feature within this publication.
The stunning renaissance of Gloucester into one of Britain’s best small cities is detailed in the latest edition of Punchline magazine.
In this edition of Punchline, we celebrate the 100 biggest employers in Gloucestershire.
It's our biggest edition ever with 116 jam-packed pages of news and features saluting the county's hardworking business men and women.
We have pack the bumper 104-page magazine with all the county's business news and views and reported on the companies helping to make our great county grow.
This edition focusses on the massive skills gap that is now affecting us all.
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