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The October edition of Punchline Magazine

We have packed the 100-page magazine with business news and views and focussed on the massive skills gap that is now affecting us all.

As well as all of our usual features, Punchline also looks at what the festive season means to the hospitality industry, the exciting new phase in the regeneration of Gloucester and the range of what's on events going on in and around the county on the lead up to Christmas.

In this edition, we also launched its first ever Punchline Live event with Charlie Sharples. The event will give an insight into the teamwork and planning strategies of pro rugby players and how they can be applied to the workplace.

Filling the skills gap - Punchline Business Magazine Oct 18

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