The 'Vegan Internet' Has Just Launched

A new social network called VSOCIETY is now available in the UK and has attracted the attention of many plant-based influencers
VSOCIETY (Photo: Supplied)

An 'all-in-one ecosystem'

The social network, VSOCIETY, which has been dubbed as the 'vegan internet' has just launched in the UK.

VSOCIETY's platform is an 'all-in-one ecosystem' that curates everything within the 'ethical industry' into a single dashboard, making it easy for users to discover new content, products, and activities across every device.

'The platform vegan businesses are crying out for'

Co-founder of Vevolution, Damien Clarkson, said: "This is the platform vegan businesses are crying out for. Through VSOCIETY vegan business owners will be able to offer their great products and services directly to consumers on an easy to use, one-stop platform for all things vegan."

Anyone can create a profile and enjoy all that the platform has to offer for free. However, small commissions are made on transactions that happen within the platform.

While the majority of the launch partners are based in the UK, VSOCIETY has plans to expand overseas in the very near future.

Expansion packs are scheduled to be released in the coming weeks, which will include features such as plant-based food delivery and improved e-commerce: 'offering the network more value as a whole'.

You can click here to sign up to VSOCIETY

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