The Inside Track: PwC to Peanut Butter ... Starting a food and beverage business

27 March 2017, 1.00 PM - 27 March 2017, 2.00 PM

Stuart MacDonald, Founder, ManíLife

0A1, Priory Road Complex

Prior to starting on the graduate scheme at PwC alumnus Stuart spent 10 months living and working in Argentina. Here he fell in love with Argentinian way of life, discovered Argentine peanuts and fell head over heels… with peanut butter. Fast forward a year, he left PwC (slightly earlier than expected) to start ManíLife - a single source, Argentine peanut butter, made in London.

Join Stuart to hear his entrepreneurial journey, and his hard-earned hints and tips about setting up on your own.

- Maní (pl. Maníses) noun - peanut or groundnut (Latin American). ManíLife was born in Argentina and is roasted, blitzed and blended in London.

Stuart MacDonald is a Bristol alumnus (Economics with Study in Continental Europe, 2014).

Contact information

This talk is organised by the Professional Liaison Network in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, a new office set up this year working in close collaboration with academic staff to help students gain professional links that are relevant to their degree programmes.

If you have any questions about this talk or ideas for future topics, please contact the Professional Liaison Network team.

Stuart MacDonald, founder, Manilife

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