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Punchline Friday Business Briefing #5 - Line-up revealed

It may only be Wednesday, but Punchline-Gloucester.com is gearing itself for this week's Friday Business Briefing.

Each week, Punchline editor Mark Owen is joined by a panel of leading Gloucestershire business figures for a video chat on the major stories of the week,

Joining him this week are Lister Unified Communications managing director Rob Lister, family solicitor Chris Price from Tayntons, Roberts Limbrick Architects director Joe Roberts and Nick Broady, managing director of Avenue Cars and chair of the Pied Piper Appeal.

To be among the first to see the Friday Business Briefing and our Punchline Talks video interviews, make sure you subscribe to the daily Punchline newsletter.

And to get involved - either to raise a topic for debate or to be on the panel - email mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk 

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