Vevolution - a plant-based events and media company - has launched The Vevolution Podcast.
The podcast features talks recorded at Vevolution events, showcasing some of the world's leading vegan thinkers.
Bestselling authors The Happy Pear and BOSH! appear in first four episodes released onto the iTunes store today by Vevolution.
Speaking about the release of the podcast Vevolution, Co-Founder: Damien Clarkson said: "A big part of what we want to do with Vevolution is share inspiring content beyond the walls of our physical events.
"The launch of this podcast is a great opportunity to expose people to new ideas from plant-powered people.
"Hopefully the vegan community gets behind the podcast and helps us to make it new and noteworthy in iTunes."
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