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VIDEO Punchline Talks - Friday Briefing

Punchline has been bringing you business news from around Gloucestershire and beyond in one place every day for some - now we are taking things a step further with a weekly video briefing.

Each Friday, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by a panel of experts to assess the week's big stories - and there have been some big ones his week.

Joining him for this week's edition are the Federation of Small Businesses Gloucestershire development manager Sam Holliday, Severnside Software Limited Roger White and Hazlewoods director Ryan Hancock.

Among the range of topics covered are the extended furlough scheme, M&S and BHS, Stewart Golf Trolleys, contactless beds and much more.

If you are interested in hearing what makes business tick tune in here.

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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