Episode 117 – Buying second-hand for kids – The Share Bear – Freyan Bhujwala & Kanika Vasudeva

One of the realizations that Nadir Pop & Peter Pop had on the previous episode To Buy or Not to Buy – Pre school edition was that their kids have too much stuff.

This week the Pop Duo speak to Freyan Bhujwala & Kanika Vasudeva from The Share Bear http://www.thesharebear.in on sustainable living, mindful parenting and promoting a circular economy, in an easy and convenient manner. Their vision is to normalise the buying and selling of pre-loved items

This episode is a must listen for all parents.

Kanika has a post-graduate degree in Social Communications and Media from Sophia’s Polytechnic, Mumbai. She has been part of the PR and Marketing team at Sony Pictures, has worked with Idream Productions and UTV and spent nine years at Fox Star Studios as VP International, Sales and Distribution.

Freyan has a post-graduate degree in Marketing and Advertising from St. Xavier’s Institute of Communication, Mumbai. She worked with JWT Advertising, was part of the marketing team at Fox Star Studios, and went on to become Head of Marketing at Maddock Films.

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Pops in a Pod is parenting podcast produced by first time dads Nadir Kanthawala (content and digital marketing professional) and Peter Kotikalapudi (marketing professional). Nadir has a daughter and Peter has a son. They currently reside in Mumbai, India

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