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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Emma Willis

Punchline Talks dressed up to welcome the latest guest in the video hot seat - bespoke shirt maker Emma Willis MBE.

In the latest video interview with Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen, she talks about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the company's manufacturing base in Gloucester and London shop with staff pitching in to make medical scrubs and clothes for charity.

She also goes back to the beginning, explaining the journey from singing in London pubs, selling shirts on market stalls and building the business to providing shirts for President Barack Obama, Pierce Brosnan and some of the nation's top business people.

Awarded an MBE for her work with charity and within the industry, there is a lot to gain from listening in - and, like all Punchline Talks interviews, we ask for her top business tips.

Subscribe to the Punchline daily newsletter to be among the first to see the Punchline Talks videos as more leading business figures take their place in the hot seat in the coming weeks.

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