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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Friday Briefing Jan 22

Another week of big news at home and abroad provided plenty for Punchline-Gloucester.com's Friday Business Briefing panel to discuss.

Each week, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by a panel of Gloucestershire's leading business figures to run the rule over the headlines which caught their eyes - and the stories behind them.

  • Steve Gardner-Collins - Chairman, Visit Gloucestershire Partnership and sales director, The Hatton Collection
  • Philip Martin - Director, Martin Commercial Properties, managers of Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter
  • Talitha Nelson - Chief executive, Gloucestershire Community Foundation
  • James Strickland - Director, Neptune Rum

Among the issues discussed this week are restrictions on the hospitality sector, staycations, US inauguration poet Amanda Gorman, digital poverty, the fate of pubs and restaurants, signs of opportunities and optimism post pandemic, and the future plans for Visit Gloucestershire after investment from Gloucestershire County Council.

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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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