SoGlos launches new 10 questions challenge with Gloucestershire business leaders

Gloucestershire’s business leaders will be facing a fast-paced new interview challenge in 2021, with the launch of SoGlos 10 questions video series. See how James Fyrne fared against the clock!

SoGlos has unveiled an exciting new video interview series for 2021, devised to put business leaders in the hot seat – and against the clock – as they take on the 10 questions interview challenge.

Further building on the success of SoGlos Business launched in September 2020, the new regular business video series will see leaders invited from established firms, dynamic new businesses and interesting lesser-known organisations to answer 10 questions as quickly as they can, giving SoGlos’s audience a punchy insight into the individuals, their businesses and sectors.

‘Interviews are still an important part of business coverage, but there’s no reason they need to fill pages and pages of magazines or take 40 minutes over an unedited Zoom video call. The SoGlos 10 questions challenge is designed to give our business audience an insight into Gloucestershire’s diverse business leaders, but in a quick-fire, modern and fun format,’ commented James Fyrne, SoGlos co-founder.

Planning the new 10 questions interview series, James Fyrne added the least he could do was take the hot seat himself as the first interviewee:

‘If we’re going to ask business leaders to take on SoGlos’s 10 questions challenge, I thought it was only fair I take the hot seat first. There’s a thrill that comes with having to answer questions at pace, and we’re hoping the series will be a great way to share insights from some fascinating business leaders this year.’

The videos will be published on SoGlos’s Business section, included in the weekly Business email newsletter, as well as being published on Twitter and LinkedIn.

To find out more about the SoGlos 10 questions interview challenge series, email

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© SoGlos
Tuesday 12 January 2021

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