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VIDEO: Tour of Cirencester Growth Hub

While delivering copies of the Punchline Annual magazine, editor Mark Owen popped into The Growth Hub Cirencester to chat to business navigator Stephen Meyer.

Located in the stunning grounds of the Royal Agricultural University, The Growth Hub Cirencester exists for the benefit of the local business community.

Stephen said: "Basically we try to see every business within the Cotswold district. We are here for free, fully funded business advice and support and we try to get out into the community with our outreach programme.

"It's not so much money based but it's an advice and support service. We are funded to have a team to be able to provide that support. We get paid by the funders and we are there every business working day of the year so people can put in an application for support and come and see us and we will always do what we can to help local businesses.

"We've got all sorts of businesses here, including property developers and marketing firms, but also you can just rock up here and work here if that's what you want to do."

"We work very hard at trying to get the message out and trying to be there for local businesses,.If you've got any doubts, give us a call, get in touch with us, and if you go on to  there is application form the the support there which you can complete and it gets pinged to your local growth hub."

You can pick up a free copy of the latest edition of Punchline magazine at any of the county's six growth hubs.

To get in touch with The Growth Hub Cirencester, call 01285 889850, email  or visit 

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