Meat & Greet

Meat & Greet

A series of unique podcasts from Meat Business Women, exploring industry insight, global best practice and the skills we need to succeed. ... Show More

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Episode 7 | In conversation with Angela Christison, AHDB



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Episode 6 | In conversation with Harriet Wilson, Aldi UK and the Meat Business Women "One to Watch" winner for 2018



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Episode 5 | In conversation with the Catalyst Collective
Katy and Fiona discuss how male-dominated businesses can evolve at an organisational and employee level. What we can do as individuals and how amazing things start to happen when women take bold steps, talk to other women and find men to create change together.



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Episode 4 | In conversation with Shraddha Kaul (External Affairs Specialist at British Poultry Council) discussing the future of the poultry market in the UK. 



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 In conversation with Katie Doherty, CEO of International Meat Trade Association on what Brexit means for the UK meat sector



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Episode 3 | In conversation with Professor Jane Turner (Teesside University, Pro Vice Chancellor)
How important it is for men and women to work together to shift the gender stereotypes. The need to find your own voice, truly live in the moment and not to be a warrior.



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Episode 2 | In conversation with Ashley Gray (GM at Beef and Lamb New Zealand Inc)
"When you form communities amazing things happen"




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