In the latest episode of The Lens, our host Oli Barrett MBE meets Keith Weed, CMO at Unilever, and Bozhanka Vitanova, Founder at Entrepreneurial Muscle World. Have you ever wondered if entrepreneurship is something you're born with or whether it's something you can learn? Or what the leader of one of the largest FMCG company thinks about looking after the environment? What about body positivity at work? You can find answers and thought-provoking discussions here. So let's get to the conversation...
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