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Last chance to see your business in Gloucestershire’s Top 100 Biggest Employers 2019

Would you like your company to feature in Punchline business magazine's next edition as one of its featured companies? Then get your skates on.

We are about to close the door on any more entries. But you can still be part of the edition, if you are quick.

All we need to know is how many staff your business employs for you to stand a chance of being included in our coveted list.

Last year it was Warner's Motor Group, with 60 staff, that was the 100th company - but we have decided to encourage anyone with a business of more than 45 staff to volunteer themselves.

"Email us a figure for how many staff your business employs, and a line about the company, and we will endeavour to place it in the list.

"We always collect more than 100 names - and there is every chance we will increase the list to 125 companies - but the object is to create a robust list representing Gloucestershire," said Mark Owen, the editor of the bi-monthly Punchline-Gloucester.com magazine.

"This year we are also asking every company whether it expects to take on new staff this year - at whatever level.

"What is the point of it all? It is about championing business and championing Gloucestershire and when you look at the end list you realise just how diverse the county and what fantastic companies we have here.

"This year we should also be able to say how many of those firms are looking to recruit - which is about being positive, about signposting to people where opportunities in the county could be, while hinting at growth."

There is no cost involved, unless you want to pay for a little more space to shout about your business a little and ensure it gets a stand-out spot in the feature.

Email your staff figure, and whether your business expects to take on any new faces this year, and we will do the rest. Send to andy@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk .

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