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E:83 Punchline Talks! Business Breakfast Briefers with Jon McGinty, Nigel Tillott and Talitha Nelson

Another SPECIAL EDITION as the panel discuss the death of the Queen, the slowing down of the housing market, Gloucester city council cyber attack and move to new premises and the launch of a new fund to tackle the worsening cost-of-living crisis in Gloucestershire.

Each Friday, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by leading Gloucestershire business figures from a range of backgrounds to review Fridays national & regional newspapers,

Finally, they round off by picking the stories that have caught their eye in this week's Punchline-Gloucester.com.

Sponsored by Hazlewoods Business Advisers and Accountants 

Taking their places on the business briefing panel this week were:

JOHN McGINTY - CEO of Gloucester City Council

NIGEL TILLOTT - Director of Davies and Partners Solicitors

TALITHA NELSON - CEO of Gloucestershire Community Foundation

The panel fire through lots of subjects, with news and views and there is something to learn for everyone who is interested in business from the people who are at the sharp end of running their companies.

It is well worth the investment of time to listen to four top experts - in business you never stop learning.

Mentioned in dispatches today - Stroud Brewery and Gloucester City Council.

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