A growing and expanding business needs fresh injections of funding.
GFirst LEP recently announced the appointment of Ruth Dooley as its new chair.
Series 3, episode 19.
The global health crisis and lockdown measures have put increased pressure on families and relationships.
Now that many of the social restrictions on our lives have been lifted by the UK Government, it follows too that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is set to end on September 30.
Ian Eggleton, director of Building Consultancy at Evans Jones Planning and Property Consultancy takes a look at changes to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations and their impact on landlords.
What do tree surgery and cloud computing have in common? The answer, of course, is pretty much nothing.
Series 3, episode 18.
Rowena Hay became leader of Cheltenham Borough Council a year ago during the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Whist many businesses have been struggling during the pandemic, Stewart Golf have taken the USA by storm.
Series 3, episode 17 pf Punchline Talks!
Having sold more than seven million albums worldwide, Russell Watson is firmly established as the UK's best-selling classical crossover artist of all time.
Series 3 episode 16 of Punchline Talks!
We’re blessed with beautiful places in Gloucestershire but we also have our fair share of eyesore buildings – those blots on the landscape that we’d all rather weren’t there.
Do you really know where your goods come from, why is it important and did it ever really matter? Lucy Sutcliffe, director of National Customs Duty at Azets explains.
As the UK, and hopefully the world, begins to approach some normality post-Covid, we are starting to see a change in perceptions and booking patterns across the whole of the hospitality accommodation market.
Chris Creed has been the driving force and vision behind Creed’s growth in recent years from a regional food service supplier to a significant national player.
Series 3 #15 Punchline Talks!
Richard Neale, founder and director of OPS-BOX Group takes a look at the tax relief and asks is it a good time to invest?
Research & Development (R&D) Tax Relief has been around for over two decades and is now a firmly established part of the UK Corporate Tax system.
What liabilities could you face if you've carried on trading when the company can no longer pay its debts?
What can an employer do when their staff refuse to return to work after lockdown?
Businesses are being urged to plan ahead for VAT registration to avoid being caught out, accountants at Optimum Professional Services are warning.
Series 3 #14 Punchline Talks!
Miles joined the family business in 1995 and has grown it be one of, it not the, leading creative beauty product pioneers in the county.
Governance is a vital ingredient, and Hazlewoods say they help businesses put the 'G' in ESG.
Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen spoke to MD of CGT Sales and Lettings, Angharad Trueman about the boom in the housing market over lockdown and how this has been for her company.
Employee ownership is being celebrated across the country this week culminating in employee ownership day today (June 25).
Series 3 episode 12: Punchline Talks!
Chris Nelson is the new Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner, voted in on 6th May 2021.
Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen quizzed Gloucester Rugby CEO Lance Bradley about the 'business' side of the club.
Series 3 #11 Punchline Talks!
Adam White, principal planner at Evans Jones Planning and Property Consultancy, looks at the government plans to introduce a new scheme for first-time buyers.
This classic quote describes how prospects can feel when I run through a list of questions in order to understand their business and their aspirations for the future.
Tribunal rules 'gender critical views' are a protected belief - Nigel Tillott of Davies and Partners
Belief that your sex is what you are born with and cannot be changed is protected under the Equality Act, a judge has ruled.
Before the pandemic Paul had a thriving gym in Cheltenham with 12 instructors working from 6am until 9pm, seven days a week.
Each Friday, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by leading Gloucestershire business figures from a range of backgrounds.
It’s no empty cliché to say that the pandemic has changed priorities for many, including business owners who may be re-evaluating their work/life balance and accelerating plans for an exit.
The Allstone Group started in quarrying and slowly built up a waste management company alongside selling aggregates to the trade and public.
Each Friday, Punchline editor Mark Owen is joined by leading Gloucestershire business figures from a range of backgrounds to debate the main news and issues from the previous seven days.
As we come out of the pandemic, the new norm for many will be homeworking.
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