SoGlos launches #BackToBusinessGlos campaign to support Gloucestershire’s recovery

A year since the pandemic hit, SoGlos is spearheading a brand-new campaign to celebrate positivity and support Gloucestershire’s recovery – let’s get #BackToBusinessGlos.

SoGlos’s journalists have been committed to celebrating the positive stories to emerge from across Gloucestershire ever since the pandemic hit the UK in March 2020, and a year on we are spearheading a brand-new campaign to continue this positive spirit and support the county’s recovery – let’s get #BackToBusinessGlos!

The campaign will centre around its own dedicated section, soglos.com/backtobusinessglos, which will be driven throughout 2021 with regular updates including hot lists packed with advice, business resources and funding sources; expert insights from Gloucestershire business leaders to inspire and inform; as well as positive news stories from both the county’s business and lifestyle sectors.

While you can also expect to see the #BackToBusinessGlos hashtag springing up across our social media channels – LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – and used to tag content in our weekly lifestyle and business newsletters.

#BackToBusinessGlos is proudly supported by BPE Solicitors, Hazlewoods and Aston Lark, which all share in our passion to support Gloucestershire as we bounce back from such a challenging time. Find out more about these leading organisations at bpe.co.uk, hazlewoods.co.uk and astonlark.com.

SoGlos co-founder, James Fyrne, said: ‘Following the prime minister’s unveiling of the roadmap to ease out of lockdown last month, there couldn’t be a more fitting time for the launch of our most important ever campaign – #BackToBusinessGlos.

‘As an independent business based in Cheltenham, we’ve experienced first-hand the rollercoaster ride the last year has been, and over the past few months have invested in building our expert team to get ready to support Gloucestershire’s recovery.

‘We’re hugely grateful for the support of our campaign partners, BPE Solicitors, Hazlewoods and Aston Lark, for sharing our vision to celebrate Gloucestershire’s getting back to business as a county over the coming months.’

To find out more about the campaign, visit soglos.com/backtobusinessglos.


Support #BackToBusinessGlos

If you would like to show your support for #BackToBusinessGlos, there’s a host of ways to get involved:

• Use the hashtag #BackToBusinessGlos in your relevant social media posts, linking to soglos.com/backtobusinessglos wherever possible

• Add the badge below to your website or email signature, again linking to soglos.com/backtobusinessglos


We're supporting #BackToBusinessGlos

• Let our journalists know your great news and developments by emailing editorial@sopublishing.com

• Get clever ideas for reaching SoGlos’s monthly 256,000 audience by emailing advertising@sopublishing.com or calling (01242) 210330


By James Fyrne


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© SoGlos
Monday 15 March 2021

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