Free Vegan Events Featuring Top Speakers Launch In London

The events will be held at by CHLOE restaurant in Tower Hill, and will celebrate the biggest and most successful Veganuary ever
Jp Petrides of allplants speaks at Vevolution Events in 2017 (Photo: Sarah Koury/Vevolution)

Leading vegan events company Vevolution has partnered plant-based restaurant chain by CHLOE. to present a series of free events this January.

The Vevolution Topics events, which will feature talks from top thought-leaders including presenter Venetia Falconer and So Vegan's Roxy Pope and Ben Pook, will take place in by CHLOE.'s Tower Hill restaurant in London.

The four events include Food Innovation: Taking Plant-Based Foods Mainstream In 2019, Business In Food: What It Takes To Run A Thriving Plant-Based Food Business, Fashion, Beauty + Food: How Veganism Is Reshaping The Fashion + Beauty Industry, and End Of Veganuary Celebration.

Highlights from Vevolution's 2018 event

Vegan talks

"This January to celebrate the biggest ever Veganuary, Vevolution has partnered up with the team at by CHLOE. to deliver Topic Talks For Veganuary, a series of exclusive free-to-attend intimate events featuring some of the UK's most inspiring plant-powered thought leaders," said Vevolution.

"This is a great chance to kick off the year and get inspired by leading minds of the plant-powered movement and eat some delicious plant-based food at by CHLOE. which will exclusively discounted by 20 percent on the evening."

Vevolution Topics events take place on Wednesdays throughout the month, on January 9, 16, 23, and 30.

The free tickets will launch at 1pm today - you can book your space and find out more here

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