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Episode 55 of Punchline Talks! With Paul Soden, Dr Polly Pick, Tim Atkins and Dave Oldfield

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, discuss what is happening in their own business sector and in their own individual businesses.

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

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

• Paul Soden, owner of bars/ restaurants including The Fountain Inn and Cafe Rene.

• Dr Polly Pick, director of business engagement and partnership at the University of Gloucestershire.

• Tim Atkins, managing director for place and growth at Cheltenham Borough Council.

• Dave Oldfield, managing director and owner of Blue Sky Signs.

It is a lively informative chat with the panel working their way through the national papers before getting behind the nitty gritty of their own businesses and market place.

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 three top experts - in business you never stop learning.

To get involved - either to raise a topic for debate or to be on the panel - email mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk.

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