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Don't miss your new Punchline magazine - online tomorrow

The latest edition of the Punchline magazine is out tomorrow - and it is a bit different.

The new-look bumper edition will be online -complete with interactive videos - and revolves around the message that Gloucestershire is Open for Business.

Over the past few months, we have been speaking to businesses and organisations around Gloucestershire about how they have been dealing with the demands of the coronavirus pandemic.

Businesses have tackled a sudden shortage of trade and switched to working from home, handled Government support packages, found ingenious ways to drum up trade, negotiated their way through health and safety guidelines and, in their droves, done all they could to help others through the pandemic.

As we head back to the 'new normal', we reflect on the state of business in Gloucestershire and have spoken to experts from around the county on what comes next and how we are placed to cope with the unprecedented strain coronavirus has place on the economy.

We will also be celebrating those who took time out during the pandemic to help others - our Punchline Business and Community Champions.

Plus plenty more news and features from around the county as it opens up.

Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen said: "I sat down to write an introduction for the magazine - where do I start?

"So much has gone on since our last edition and continues to do. The effects of the last few months will be felt for a long time to come.

"I feel we are in the eye of a storm, but what I do know is that Gloucestershire is Open for Business and we want to celebrate that."

Read your Punchline online magazine from tomorrow - follow the link in the daily newsletter, at Punchline-Gloucester.com or via our Twitter feed @PunchlineGlos

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