Creating a Conscious Brand with Natalie Glaze
Release Date: 11/18/2019
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Natalie Glaze is a blogger, content creator, entrepreneur and co-founder of sustainable brand Stay Wild Swim who make gorgeous swimwear out of regenerated ocean plastic. As well as running SWS Natalie hosts monthly Book Swap Clubs to help spread her love of reading and authentically shares the reality and challenges of self employment over Instagram.
Find out more about Natalie:
@SarahMalcs - www.sarahmalcolm.co.uk
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