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Episode 77 - Marianne Angler

Beef And Dairy Network

Beef And Dairy Network

Maximumfun, Dairy, Partridge, Comedy, Ben, Beef

4.92.4K Ratings

🗓️ 22 November 2021

⏱️ 40 minutes

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Nadia Kamil, Nigel Crowle, Tom Crowley, Clarissa Maycock, Mark Turetsky and many others join in for this episode in which we speak to the head of marketing for the Bovine Farmers' Union and find out how she's marketing beef on an intergalactic level.

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magazine brought to you by Worm FM. We have a huge exclusive coming up, but I don't want to


ruin the surprise, so let's just go straight into the interview. This month, I spoke to Marien


Angler. I am the Chief Marketing Officer for the Bovine Farmers Union and I am proud to be so.


No, I don't mean to take away from what is you do, but I think many people will be listening and


thinking, well, surely beef markets itself, doesn't it? Well, beef does market itself and you are


right to say that and I am right to say that on this planet. But where does beef not market itself?


Space. Right. I mean, I can see why that would be. It's hard to market beef in a space in which


the size of the potential market is basically limited to the number of astronauts that are currently


on the International Space Station. Well, you can also think of them as a sitting market.


You know, like when you go to the airport and you are rinsed through the nose for a small red


up wine, that is not meat, but also meat. They charge you so much because you can't go anywhere else


and I think those three or four people on the ISS are our gateway to all of the rest of the


possible infinite people, forces, beings out there who we could bring into the beautiful world of


beef. Do you think you could sell beef to a force? I don't think I need to be able to sell beef to


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