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Punchline Friday Business Briefing - Festive line-up revealed

The festive season is just around the corner and the final Friday Business Briefing panel will meet to reflect for the final time ahead of Christmas.

Each Friday, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by a panel of leading Gloucestershire business figures to discuss the big business issues of the week.

Joining him this week for the festive edition are:

  • Sam Holliday - Gloucestershire development manager, Federation of Small Businesses
  • Julie Kent MBE - Vice chairman, Pied Piper Appeal
  • Neville Mills - Managing director, Brunsdon Insurance Brokers
  • Neill Ricketts - Chief executive, Versarien

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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