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Mary Portas
The Kindness Economy
The Kindness Economy is about making business better and making people and planet as important as profit. Join Mary as she talks to inspiring entrepreneurs - in everything from fashion to architecture - about how they’re helping make the business world a kinder place and what we can all do to help.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 884 ratings
Totally inspiring
I am besotted with this podcast and Mary Portas in general. People, profit, planet, Couldn’t agree more. Every episode has so many gems of wisdom and particularly love Mary’s personal stories, she has had so much valuable experience and wish everyone thought like this. Thank you Mary
elky46 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/05/21
Wouldn’t recommend
For a show supposedly about kindness they really missed the mark with this one
QueenDouchebag via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/11/21
Great podcast
I’m having withdrawal problems. It’s been over a month since the last podcast. Please can you do more Mary. I binged two years worth in a couple of weeks. This cold turkey business is hard…
Ishbel via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/30/21
Recent Episodes
Published 12/23/21
Patrick Grant knows that fashion has the potential to be about far more than the clothes we wear: from supporting disadvantaged communities to the ultimate anti-dote to throwaway consumerism.  And he’s working at many levels of the industry to put these ideas into practice: from the Savile Row...
Published 12/23/21
Dale Vince isn’t your average entrepreneur.  After leaving school at 15, he spent ten years living off grid in buses, trucks and underneath tarpaulin.  In 1996 he founded Ecotricity with one windmill in Gloucestershire. The company now employs over 600 people and supplies green energy to...
Published 12/16/21
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