Supporting each other as vegan entrepreneurs and business owners is at the core of Vegan Business Tribe. Watch October’s members’ networking session in full, including Mike from One Planet Pizza, Victoria from Happy Carrot Skincare, and many more great vegan businesses. Make sure you join us at our next one!
We asked you what you wanted from Vegan Business Tribe, and you told us loud and clear!! In our recent members’ survey, you were very clear about what our next steps should be with Vegan Business Tribe. And we have introduced our new tier of membership to give you exactly what you asked for!
Hench Herbivore built their success showing the world that vegans can build muscle, be fit and healthy (and get plenty of protein!!) on a plant-based diet. In this video, Lisa speaks with Paul and Gemma about the business side of being an influencer, how you can make a living if you are interested in being one yourself and also how to approach influencers if you are looking to work with them to promote your brand.
It can be difficult for vegan children to find vegan characters that they can relate to. Lisa spoke with Tina Newman, creator of Vivi the Supervegan, about how she gave vegan children the superhero they were waiting for.
As vegan businesses we’re in a unique position to not only supply other vegans with what they need, but also to educate and encourage non-vegans to start their vegan journey and continue it. But Veganuary is also an amazing marketing tool for your business. Lisa has 5 steps to show you how to make the most of it.
We all know that the vegan sector has exploded, but what’s going to be the next big trend? In this panel recorded live at VegfestUK’s Summerfest Online, David hosts an expert panel including Louisianna Waring from The Vegan Society and Dan Strettle, Owner of Alternative Stores to ask: what’s the next big vegan product trend?
One Planet Pizza was the first vegan company in Europe to go through equity crowdfunding. In this interview, Lisa talks with their founder Mike Hill about how to run a successful funding campaign and his advice for any vegan business looking to raise money.
Oatly made the headlines for all the wrong reasons when it was revealed that American private equity fund Blackstone had bought 10% of the company for $200,000,000. We take a look at why the champions of positive change decided to partner with backers who have such a chequered and controversial history – and were they right to do so?
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