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E:82 Punchline Talks! Ian Mean, Sam Holliday, Clare Seed, Peter White, Adam Shearing

A SPECIAL EDITION as the slightly larger than usual panel discuss the death of the Queen, the new Prime Minister and the cost of living crisis.

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 - Accountants and Business Advisers.

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

  • Adam Shearing - Associate director and business advisor for Hazlewoods - accountants and tax advisors.
  • Peter White - Business advisor at University of Gloucestershire.
  • Ian Mean - Director of Business West, vice chair GFirst LEP board, ex-editor of Gloucester Citizen, Cheltenham Echo and Western Daily Press newspapers.
  • Clare Seed - Founder and owner of Tidal Training Direct and defibulator champion for Cheltenham.
  • Sam Holliday - Business development manager for Federation of Small Businesses representing over 7,200 members regionally and over 150,000 nationally. Sam is also the ex-editor of the Bath Chronicle after spending over 20 years in local and regional journalism.

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 - Reef's new Whitefriars apartments going on sale, Bakes Quay 30m investment, the £500,000 raised for the NHS scanner appeal, Business West and the Institute of Directors.

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