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December Punchline Magazine - Coming Soon

The December countdown has begun - not just to Christmas, but also the next edition of the Punchline online magazine.

And at the end of a turbulent year for all aspects of the economy, we will be turning the focus on skills, careers and apprenticeships.

We will be looking at the state of the employment market in Gloucestershire and the opportunities on offer for finding work and training.

And there will be the normal Punchline mix of expert views, news and features from businesses around the county with spotlights on engineering, manufacturing, hospitality, construction and commercial property.

Out mid-December, make sure you are one of the first to see the next edition by subscribing to the daily Punchline newsletter.

To get involved, contact mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk

And check out all the latest jobs, skills and apprenticeship news and vacancies in our new dedicated section.

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