How Pip & Nut is championing the nut butter industry - featuring Pippa Murray, the founder of Pip & Nut.
For this episode, Anastasia and Saskia spoke with Pip Murray, the founder of Pip & Nut. They discussed how the brand started, how it has grown to be available in various stores and how the B Corp Certification guides Pip & Nut on its sustainable journey. Enjoy! Kevin Fuccillo edited this episode! Please contact him for any sound/music writing, production or editing work! kevinfuccillomusic.com @kevinfuccillo_music More of Pip & Nut pipandnut.com Instagram: @pipandnut More of Sustainability Speaks
018 Pippa Murray: Running a successful business in the independent food industry with founder of Pip & Nut
‘Be open about what you don’t know and you do know, and where you add value’Pippa Murray is the proud business owner of Pip & Nut, an independent food brand that has become a household name over its 6 years of trading. Passionate about food and innovation, Pippa shares her experience of growing her business, learning how to lead a team, and the business journey of Pip & Nut to date. Pippa explores:The role shift from doing to directing, knowing your value add, and building a supportive team around you. The value of learning from experience, bouncing back from mistakes, and 'controlling the controllables'. Knowing your brand inside and out, doing the due diligence, and putting the consumer first. Becoming a B Corp, the structure for best practice this brings, and what it means for the business, the team, and consumers.To find out more about Pip & Nut and more from the podcast, Google:Pip & NutUgly DrinksB CorpCOOK Find out more about REALWORK on Instagram @doreal.work or visit www.doreal.work The REALWORK Podcast with Fleur Emery is produced by Buckers at Decibelle Creative, find her on Instagram: @decibelle_creative and here: www.decibellecreative.com Our thanks go to Tom Seals for his wonderful piano playing at the end of this episode – find him here: @tomseals and www.tomseals.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pip & Nut: In conversation with founder Pippa Murray
Your Table's Ready
While we usually talk to the founders of restaurants or bars today I have a very special guest - Pippa Murray - founder of Pip and Nut peanut butter. I wanted to bring Pippa onto the show not only because she is literally every entrepreneurs dream scenario- she left her 9-5 job to test a product out that she made herself which was instantly profitable and 5 years on from inception it is worth nearly 20 million.But she categorically changed the much neglected nut butter industry with her innovative package design of the nut butter sachets for on the go consumption. She transformed how we all perceive nut butters as a food and introduced new ways for us to use them.She essentially livened up a snack that was perceived as unhealthy and dull.If you're an entrepreneur yourself, you'll want to take notes during this episode, she gives a lot of useful tips.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/your-tables-ready. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S7: SME: SOS with Jo Tutchener Sharp, founder of Scamp and Dude, Pippa Murray, founder of Pip and Nut and Jayne Hardy, creator of the Blurt Foundation
Conversations of Inspiration
Every business has been tested and has something to learn as it navigates this time - but not every business is struggling, in fact some are thriving. This week, Holly speaks to three founders, who all in their own way, are thriving at this time - Jo Tutchener Sharp, founder of Scamp and Dude, Pippa Murray, founder of Pip and Nut, and finally Jayne Hardy, the founder of the Blurt Foundation. As well as discussing what they have learnt, Holly also explores whether the way in which we work has been revolutionised forever. SME: SOS is a topical podcast to support small businesses through this turbulent time of the Coronavirus. Offering advice from experts and founders, these 30 minutes are designed to empower and support you through this climate. Enjoying listening to these unfiltered chats? It's worth following Holly Tucker MBE and Holly & Co on Instagram, and subscribing to our weekly newsletter on our website, where Holly downloads her thoughts, and exclusively shares small business finds and topical, 'ungoogleable' business advice.
Episode 16: Pippa Murray - Pip & Nut: We Need More Female Founders
The Plant Based Business Podcast
In Episode 16 of the Plant Based Business Podcast, Damien talks to Pippa Murray, founder of peanut butter brand Pip & Nut. This week they chat about how to build a world around your brand, why you don't necessarily need a background in business to succeed as an entrepreneur, as well as funding opportunities for female founders. We recommend that you enjoy this episode whilst scoffing some peanut butter out of the jar, as Pippa does daily!This podcast is produced by Vevolution and edited by Bridey Addison-Child
Pip & Nut, on the growth-driving role of innovation, leadership as a female founder in the food industry, and certifying as a BCorp.
Brand Growth Heroes
Pippa Murray founded Pip & Nut in 2015, out of a passion for running and a love of nut-butter, but not finding exactly what she wanted on the market. The range is now sold in more than 5000 stores and is the fastest growing nut butter in the UK. Last year, the company was named Fasttrack 100s "one to watch" and The Evening Standard has named Pippa as one of London's most influential people! Here's our interview from the end of December, where we discuss BCorp certification, innovation as a growth-driver and managing people when you've never done it before. https://www.pipandnut.com/ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
You’ll Go Nuts Over This Episode: A Conversation with Pip and Nut Founder Pippa Murray (S3E4)
Brand on Purpose
Pip and Nut Founder Pippa Murray joins Aaron to talk about how she went from selling nut butter at a street market to becoming a nationwide store-brand in the UK in just five years. Aaron and Pippa discuss the beautiful and harsh realities of starting your own business, the pros of becoming a B Corp sooner rather than later, and what being a crowd-funded business actually means. Tune in to this nutty episode and learn more at pipandnut.com.Production Credits: Aaron Kwittken, Jeff Maldonado, Dara Cothran, Lindsay Hand, Katrina Waelchli, Meg Ruocco, Julia Brougher, Parker Jenkins, and Mathew Passy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's talk about the business of wellness… Created out of a love of peanut butter on toast after a long run, Pip Murray founded Pip & Nut with the aim to offer a natural alternative to a stagnant nut butter market. As the sole founder of the UK’s fastest growing nut butter brand Pip was recently awarded Natwest’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2019. In January 2020 Pip & Nut will celebrate their 5th birthday. A poignant moment in the life cycle of the business, Pip has always had at the back of her mind: ‘1 in 3 businesses fail within their first 5 years’. A landmark year for the brand, Pip still continues to raise the standards when it comes to the business. A recent B Corp certification, a significant increase in headcount, and expansion of the product line have all supported the growth of this incredible business. In this episode Pip shares the journey of Pip & Nut; from her kitchen table to the supermarket. She discusses frankly the importance of finding a mentor (Giles Brooks, CEO of Vita Coco is hers), the challenges of expanding your product range too quickly and why trusting your instincts is vital when building a brand. Thank you to our sponsors: The go-to legal firm supporting the wellness industry Bird & Bird. Software booking experts, MINDBODY. Creative agency for all your wellness business needs, Skipper & Skipper. To find out how Welltodo can help you grow your business and support your career objectives, head to welltodoglobal.com today.
Pippa Murray on Jazz Shapers with Mishcon de Reya. Jazz Shapers in association with Mishcon de Reya broadcasts every Saturday at 9am, with a repeat on Monday at 5am, just before the Business Breakfast.Presented by broadcaster and Mishcon de Reya’s Director of Business Development Elliot Moss, Jazz Shapers shares music from the risk takers, leaders and influencers of jazz, soul and blues, alongside interviews with their equivalent in the business world: entrepreneurs who have defined and shaped business categories and ways of operating, defying convention and have gone on to achieve great success.With more than 900 people, Mishcon de Reya is an independent London-based law firm that serves an international community of clients. In their words: "We appreciate the privilege of sitting alongside our clients as a trusted advisor. Building strong personal connections to our clients and their businesses is important to us. It is for these reasons we say ‘It’s business. But it’s personal.'