Right in the midst of a global pandemic - some might say not the best time to start a business - but for many agile entrepreneurs this could be the perfect time.
Punchline-Gloucester.com’s Friday Business Briefing is back, this week we launch our second episode of the second series.
We have returned the Punchline Talks hot seat for the B!G interview and this week’s guest is Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of the school of computing and engineering at the University of Gloucestershire.
It has been a turbulent start to the new year so it is good to know some things can be relied on - such as the Punchline Friday Business Briefing with Punchline editor Mark Owen joined by a panel of Gloucestershire's leading business figures.
It is the Friday before Christmas so the festive hats are out for the final Punchline-Gloucester.com Business Briefing of the year.
Gloucester MP Richard Graham is the last person in 2020 to take their place in the Punchline Talks hot seat for the B!G interview.
The weekend is almost with us and there is one business essential remaining to round off the week - the latest Punchline-Gloucester.com Business Briefing.
Punchline Talks took a bit of extra care about its appearance this morning as it welcomed the latest guest into the hot seat for the B!G interview.
After an unprecedented year of economic downturn, hardship, and disruption, it is time to look towards the new year and what it may be like for all businesses, particularly in the world of hospitality and accommodation.
Hayley Parker explains why it is so important for us all to think small and act local this winter.
With the end of the Brexit transition period now fast approaching for the UK, there is plenty for businesses to consider in order to ensure that by 2021 they are ready to deal with changes to Brexit.
Friday is here so it is time for the latest Punchline-Gloucester.com Business Briefing as a panel of Gloucestershire's leading business figures runs the rule over the week's big stories.
It has been a busy week for ProCook founder and managing director Daniel O’Neill, but he still found time to take his place in the Punchline hot seat.
It has been another busy week in business and beyond and what better way to catch up on the main stories than with some of Gloucestershire's leading business figures?
The Punchline Talks hot seat headed to the Houses of Parliament this week as Stroud MP Siobhan Baillie settles in to face the questions.
Relaxation to the planning rules have provided a lifeline for many of our favourite pubs, restaurants and cafes struggling to survive in the midst of the global pandemic.
We've written before about the challenge faced when you've just retired to ensure you have enough money to last the rest of your life. This time, we'll give you some strategies.
It is nearly the weekend so time for your weekly appointment with some of Gloucestershire's leading business figures discussing the week's biggest stories.
Punchline Talks grabbed a quick drink as it welcomed James Strickland, co-owner of Cheltenham-based Neptune Rum, into the hot seat.
It seems a thing of the past now, but I remember being at a conference last year and being told an interesting fact about the audit industry.
The one common agreement amongst business owners, whether they have a start-up or an established company, is that running your own business can be quite a lonely place.
Punchline Talks dressed up to welcome the latest guest in the video hot seat - bespoke shirt maker Emma Willis MBE.
Every Friday Punchline-Gloucester.com brings together leading business figures from across Gloucestershire to discuss and debate the week's biggest stories.
According to the National Housing Federation, an estimated 8.4m people in England are living in an unaffordable, insecure or unsuitable home.
There is confusion once again around rules for the impending Lockdown from November 5, and heightened anxiety amongst those in a housing chain, or about to move to a newly purchased or rented property.
Join Punchline editor Mark Owen and our panel of experts for this week's Friday briefing on the biggest business stories from the last few days.
Paul Soden, owner of five pubs and restaurants in Gloucester, is this week's inhabitant of the Punchline Talks hot seat.
Now we are through that initial lockdown and technically in a recession, businesses are starting to focus on the medium and longer term, there are key steps you can take to maintain a #BusinessForTomorrow
The chair of Gloucestershire's local enterprise partnership GFirst LEP is the latest business leader in the Punchline Talks hot seat.
We spend much of our working lives looking towards retirement as a goal. But actually, retirement is not the destination, it's only part of the journey.
Despite the constant change around us, many organisations are trying to look forward.
Time is a precious commodity and technology is key to getting more of it.
VIDEO: Councillor Steve Jordan talks to Mark Owen about his decision to step down as leader of Cheltenham Borough Council
VIDEO: Peter Cooke, chairman of Sanctus Group, talks to Mark Owen about the company's environmental work, training - and wine
VIDEO: Adam Henson, TV presenter and director of Cotswold Farm Park, talks to Mark Owen about the challenges facing farming during the pandemic and balancing two careers
VIDEO: In a far-ranging interview Dale Vince, founder of Ecotricity and chairman of Forest Green Rovers, talks to Mark Owen
VIDEO: Gillian Keegan, Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills at the Gloucestershire Jobs, Skills and Apprenticeships Lift Off at Kingsholm.
VIDEO: Test driving Peugeot's new e-208 electric car with Gary Williams from Warner Cars, Gloucester.
The financial planning team at Cirencester-based Proposito have developed a money wheel to coincide with this week's national Financial Planning Week.
Move over furlough leave, make way for the Job Support Scheme - Nigel Tillott of Davies and Partners
The Chancellor has been under increasing pressure to put something in its place and yesterday the Job Support Scheme was announced.
As financial planners, we specialise in supporting our clients with their retirement planning, and of course focussing on their pensions.
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