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How LoveSeitan scaled up and found investment for a vegan food business.

LoveSeitan launched in 2017 as an idea to start a vegan food truck after a weekend at Vegan Camp Out. Several years later, LoveSeitan provides both the general public and food manufacturers across the country with meat-replacement seitan. They also picked up a high-profile investor in Heather Mills. Steve tells us how they scaled up so fast.

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088 – Hiring employees

For many, looking to grow a business means taking on more staff. But if you get it wrong, employing people can also be a nightmare. David looks at how to get it right!

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054 – What are investors looking for?

Investors won’t give you money just because you’ve got a vegan business or idea. David takes a look at what investors are actually looking for in a business and when you do get to talk to one, what should be in your pitch deck.

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037 – How to scale-up your vegan business

When you talk to the founders of vegan companies who have successfully scaled up their businesses, you start to see a lot in common with how they did it. We look at how three vegan businesses successfully scaled up and what we can learn from how they did it.

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Scale-up: Miami Burger

Miami’s founder Tom Bursnall didn’t originally launch Miami Burger to make money. However they soon won an exclusive one year deal with Morrisons supermarket and a listing in Holland & Barrett. In this third in our series of scaling-up interviews, Tom shares Miami Food’s story of how they broke into large retailers.

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