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The NatWest Business Show: Creating communities with Peanut founder Michelle Kennedy

Season 3, Ep. 7

Having worked at Badoo and Bumble, Michelle Kennedy is an expert at building digital communities. She’s currently empowering a community of 1.6 million women with her app, Peanut. 


Hear why Michelle thinks it’s so important for businesses to be driven by purpose and discover how your business could unlock growth through its purpose.


Listen now for insights that could help your business grow with confidence.


Please note that the views and information have not been endorsed, issued or approved by NatWest. Any views expressed in this podcast are not necessarily those of NatWest.



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