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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Dr Diane Savory

Dr Diane Savory, who chairs Gloucestershire's local enterprise partnership GFirst LEP, is the latest business leader in the Punchline Talks hot seat.

Watch her chat to Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen about her role at GFirst, bringing businesses and organisations across the county together, its legacy of Growth Hubs and the growing cyber community, plus the process of allocating funds.

She also talks about her role in the growth of Superdry, how she learned with the business all the way to flotation - and the debt the company owes David Beckham.

And she explains her roles on other local and national bodies and the future of the high street in the changing world of retail and Covid.

More key business people will be settling into the Punchline Talks chair in the coming weeks.

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