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Punchline Talks - Your Friday Business Briefing

It has been another busy, fast-moving week in business with further coronavirus restrictions, the latest job figures and developments across Gloucestershire - before we even mention Brexit.

And Punchline-Gloucester.com is here to make sense of it all in a series of Friday briefings with key business figures from around the county reflecting on and assessing the biggest stories.

Next up in the Punchline Talks hot seat is Dr Diane Savory, who chairs the local enterprise partnership GFirst LEP and is a board member of the national High Streets Task Force.

She will be talking to Punchline editor Mark Owen and you can watch the interview here from tomorrow morning.

He said: "We have some top-class business minds in Gloucestershire and these Friday briefings will look to tap into that expertise to assess the big issues and reflect on the week's big stories.

"We will also take the opportunity to hear from them about their background, the latest developments from around the county and their top tips for business leaders.

"I am looking forward to talking to Diane and everyone who follows her into the Punchline Talks hot seat in the weeks to come."

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