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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Friday Briefing #6

It has been another busy week in business and beyond and what better way to catch up on the main stories than with some of Gloucestershire's leading business figures?

Every Friday, the Punchline-Gloucester.com Friday Business Briefing panel runs the rule over the headlines which caught their eyes - and the stories behind them.

Joining Punchline editor Mark Owen on the panel this week are:

  • Steve Gardner-Collins - Chairman of the Visit Gloucestershire Partnership and sales director of The Hatton Collection
  • Esther Croft - Development director, Reef Group
  • Paul Soden - Owner of five pubs and restaurants in Gloucester
  • Sam Holliday - Gloucestershire development director, Federation of Small Businesses

Among the topics covered are the introduction of the new tier system, a fascinating look at what's really happening in the hospitality sector, the next phase of King's Square £85m development.

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If you have any views of what has been discussed or would like to take part in future Friday briefings, email mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk

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