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Punchline is working hard to champion Gloucestershire business, and we want to help your firm

The government has done its bit to try and help the business community through the, so far, unparalleled effects of the coronavirus crisis.

But that won't stop Punchline-Gloucester.com from doing our bit to try and help our county's businesses, self-employed and entrepreneurs through the coming weeks and months. 

The effects of Covid-19 have no parallel, there is no reference point and we all have no idea on when this new normal will end.

Our team of writers is still working hard - albeit from home - to keep you up-to-date with the latest news that could affect you, your business and your work life.

We won't be looking to gain the most clicks or to sensationalise stories, we will simply look to publish the most accurate and most relevant stories to the Gloucestershire business community.

These will be wrapped up and sent out by e-mail to our subscriber list each lunchtime - if the news agenda demands it - in the afternoon too.

Punchline has grown massively over the last 18months and now has a considerable and loyal audience.

And we believe we can harness that audience for the greater good and help your business as well.

These are going to be tough times for business, but there are going to be things to celebrate too.

We want to share those stories, both online to our ever-growing list of visitors to Punchline-Gloucester.com and to our thousands of subscribers to our Punchline Daily e-mail briefing.

We know this is going to be a tough time for many businesses and self-employed people, but Punchline has always sought to be your champion.

Now is no different.

So, if you have a story you want to tell to the Gloucestershire business community, or want to show what you and your business are doing in these unprecedented times, get in touch.

Our team is still hard at work and can be contacted by e-mailing news@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk 

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