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Punchline Friday Business Briefing - Jan 15 line-up revealed

It has already been another week packed with stories for the Punchline Friday Business Briefing panel to discuss.

Each week, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by a panel of leading Gloucestershire business figures to discuss the main news and issues from the previous seven days.

Taking their places on the panel this week will be:

  • Marc Begg - Managing director, Cirencester Fabrication Services
  • Councillor Dawn Melvin - Cabinet member for economic recovery and growth, Gloucester City Council
  • Joe Roberts - Director, Roberts Limbrick Architects
  • John Workman - Senior partner, BPE Solicitors

Friday will also bring an in-depth video interview with Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of school of computing and engineering at the University of Gloucestershire.

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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