Let’s Get Topical. Vevolution Announce Monthly Vegan Education Events In London Starting This February
The vegan momentum in London continues to build as Vevolution announce series of vegan events starting in February at The Trampery in Old Street
Last November vegan education and technology company Vevolution held Europe’s biggest ever vegan conference. Today they announced a new series of monthly topical events focusing on different areas of the rapidly emerging vegan movement.
The first event of the series ‘Vevolution Topics’, takes place on the evening of the 7th February 2017 and is called Innovating Approaches To Vegan Food. The event will bring together some of the UK’s most exciting vegan food innovators.
Speakers include the Founders of BOSH! The UK’s largest vegan Facebook page who have amassed a huge 645,746 likes since launching last spring. Made In Hackney a plant-based community kitchen and allplants who are revolutionising the frozen ready meal industry.
“The vegan movement is evolving rapidly and London is becoming a real hub for innovation in veganism. After the success of our festival in November, we saw that this community needed to connect more regularly because the that work people are doing is so important. A shift towards Veganism is a way we can save the lives of animals, slow down climate change, improve people's health.” said Vevolution Co-Founder Judy Nadel.
“We’re excited to be bringing Vevolution to The Trampery,” said Vevolution Co-Founder Damien Clarkson. He went on to say; “The Trampery is a home of innovating start-ups and we believe that tech-entrepreneurs have an important part to play developing food products that change the way the world eats.”
Tickets for these events are limited and cost just £10.00.
Event Name: Vevolution Topics: Innovating Approaches To Vegan Food.
Date & Time: Tuesday 7th February, 6.30pm - 11:00pm
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