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Last chance to join major Gloucester webinar

It's the last chance to sign up for the major Gloucester at the Crossroads webinar this week and have your say on the future of the city. It runs this week from 9am until 10.30am on Thursday 29th July.

A top panel of experts including the city's MP Richard Graham, Jason Pullen, a consultant to Peel, the developers of Gloucester Quays, and Ian Mean of Business West will this Thursday discuss where next for Gloucester.

It's the latest Gloucestershire Business West business and economy event and takes place online on Thursday 29th July at a time of unprecedented growth for the city.

Other panellists include the Very Revd Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester Cathedral, now one of the senior deans in the country.

He led the Regeneration Advisory Board for seven years and championed the concept of bringing together participants from different sectors to work for the 'common good of the city'.

Richard Cook, leader of Gloucester City Council, is another panellist. He had a diverse business career before moving into local government.

Also joining the panel is Peter Langly-Smith, development director, The Reef Group, currently heading up various projects, including The Forum in Gloucester.

Panellist Mark Owen is the award-winning marketing and PR owner, editor of business-to-business online publication and magazine Punchline-Gloucester.com.

Finally, David Jones is Managing Director of Property and Planning Consultancy, Evans Jones Ltd., based in Cheltenham, with offices in London and Reading.

The webinar debate is free and sponsored by Reef and Evans Jones.

Please note:  the session starts at 9am and runs until 10.30am and not as previously reported.

You can register through Eventbrite by going to: https://www.businesswest.co.uk/events/gloucestershire-business-economy-meeting-1 

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