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As a person that often texts their friends "Be There in Five" when she just got out of the shower, Kate Kennedy (entrepreneur, self-proclaimed millenni-old, and unofficial pop culture reporter) started a company that aimed to solve a major problem of likeminded people running out the door; wondering if they left their curling iron or straightener on. Concerned for the fire safety of her unpunctual peers, Kate founded her company Be There in Five, whose claim to fame is their proprietary 'remindoormats.' Now, 4 years and thousands of doormats later, the only thing left burning is Kate's desire to share her thoughts on pop culture, TV, celeb gossip, and the '90s zeitgeist, topics which she has become well-known for ranting about on Instagram. Join her while she podcasts her way through the lonely days of self-employment, chatting about things that she says, quote "are delightfully unimportant."

Be There in Five Kate Kennedy

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 806 Ratings

As a person that often texts their friends "Be There in Five" when she just got out of the shower, Kate Kennedy (entrepreneur, self-proclaimed millenni-old, and unofficial pop culture reporter) started a company that aimed to solve a major problem of likeminded people running out the door; wondering if they left their curling iron or straightener on. Concerned for the fire safety of her unpunctual peers, Kate founded her company Be There in Five, whose claim to fame is their proprietary 'remindoormats.' Now, 4 years and thousands of doormats later, the only thing left burning is Kate's desire to share her thoughts on pop culture, TV, celeb gossip, and the '90s zeitgeist, topics which she has become well-known for ranting about on Instagram. Join her while she podcasts her way through the lonely days of self-employment, chatting about things that she says, quote "are delightfully unimportant."

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
806 Ratings

806 Ratings

lee.Samanthe ,

Love

I love Kate and how she goes on bunnytrails about these topic that are fascinating and about topics that I didn’t know that I needed to know!

Mulyje ,

Can’t Stop

I find myself turning this on when I need to power through something at work. And it truly is like having a conversation with a good friend. Her perspective is refreshing!

IPhoneInTX ,

Like listening to a friend!

So glad I found Kate’s podcast through her MMB deep dive and then Heather McMahan. Be There In Five is like listening to a friend from the same era and with similar interests. Kate makes me giggle and makes me think - what else could you want!?

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