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November / December edition of Lancashire Business View out now

The 101st edition of Lancashire Business View is now available to read online, featuring news, advice, opinion and interviews with some of the county’s key decision-makers.

The 101st edition of Lancashire Business View is now available to read online, featuring news, advice, opinion and interviews with some of the county’s key decision-makers.

The latest edition of the magazine features in-depth interviews with Phillippa Williamson, the new leader of the county council, and Rick Bailey, executive chairman of iconic brewer Thwaites.

The team also delivers the behind-the-scenes story of the sale of ecommerce giant EKM, visited Preston and South Ribble to assess the potential of the government’s levelling up agenda, outlined the post-pandemic future of the tourism sector, and spoke to experts to share advice across vital topics such as debt recovery, divorce and MBOs. We also tell the story behind the successful campaign to bring the National Cyber Force headquarters to Samlesbury.

Richard Slater, founder and publisher of Lancashire Business View, says: “This is an incredibly important time for Lancashire, with the worst of the pandemic behind us and the government’s levelling up agenda ahead of us.

“In this latest edition of the magazine, we talk to some of the most important figures shaping the county’s vision for the future, as well as looking inside some of the key industries – those that have been most affected by lockdowns and those with the most potential for the future.

“And as always, we have a wealth of advice and opinion brought together to help business owners and managers across the county to lead their organisations forward.”

The edition also includes roundtable debates covering farming and food, and property, as well as coverage from our recent international trade conference. Readers will also find a preview of the Red Rose Awards 2021 ceremony, plus coverage on some of our finalists.Click here to read the magazine online now, or if you would prefer to receive a paper copy, you can buy individual copies here or subscribe now to ensure you never miss an edition.

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