Last chance to be part of the next Punchline business magazine
By Matt Hall | 12th November 2019
This coming Friday (November 15) is the final booking deadline for those interested in promoting their business to its 42,000-plus readers.
The latest edition will feature our highly-anticipated Apprenticeship Guide - businesses which have been voted Gloucestershire's Apprenticeship Champions - as well as include a special focus feature on the future of the high street.
Of course, this year's Apprenticeship Guide will be even bigger, better and comprehensive than before. We will not only be detailing the county companies which champion apprenticeships, but also investigating and analysing the way the next generation source their professional qualifications.
And we will be posting copies of the guide to every secondary school and further education college in the county - reaching a broader audience than ever before.
Our second main feature will look into The Future of the High Street. As the main shopping streets in Cheltenham and Gloucester look set to be changed forever, from the Boot's Corner closure to the King's Square transformation, we will be looking at what our shopping centres needs to be successful in a 21st century, digital world.
Whether it be through advertising or editorial, this edition provides the perfect opportunity to champion the success of your business and its drive to create the workforce of the future.
You can be involved as an advertiser from just £99 + vat, with packages and discounts also available.
Punchline magazine has a total distribution of 15,000 - with 2,000 magazines posted and the rest distributed to Gloucestershire and Ross-on-Wye businesses by our expanding team.
We also now distribute magazines via our new POS stands throughout the county (Gloucester Quays, Stroud Five Valleys, Regents Arcade, Kings Walk, Eastgate Shopping Centre etc.).
Anyone who would like to know how to get involved, please email email@example.com.
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