VegfestUK Trade is Britain's first show dedicated to vegan trade and media - and will make its debut later this month.
Taking place at London's Olympia just ahead of the Vegfest general public event, the trade show will be featuring professionals in the plant-based industry.
The show, which is on October 20, will include the latest cutting-edge vegan products, as well as showcasing panels from innovative leaders within the vegan movement.
The event will be welcoming stallholders, buyers, traders, media professionals, and PR experts.
Among media professionals, PBN's Co-founder Robbie Lockie will be speaking on a social media marketing panel, as well as PBN's Head of Written Content, Maria Chiorando - who will be on a panel about media and publicity.
Lockie says: "The meat-free sector and demand for animal-free products is growing larger by the day. Now more than ever is the time to get involved in starting or supporting a vegan or plant-based business.
"Come down to the VegFest Trade show and meet fellow entrepreneurs and business owners. It will be a great day to network."
Speakers including Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn and Dr. Michael Greger will also be talking at the event via Skype.
Visitors will also be able to take advantage of special offers from nearly 40 leading vegan brands.
According to the organizers: "Veganism is moving into exciting times, and we're very thrilled to welcome the core of the vegan business at Olympia London to showcase the vbest of the vegan way of life and to meet the ever-increasing demand from consumers, trade, and media."
You can register yourself or your business to take part in the event here
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