Today, Vevolution has released the first four episodes of their brand new Plant Based Business Podcast into Apple and Spotify and android players. The Plant Based Business Podcast is a new weekly podcast bringing together business leaders to help listeners build and scale successful plant-based businesses.
The podcast has been created by the startup Vevolution in partnership with leading plant-based entrepreneur Loui Blake. Each week hosts Loui Blake and Vevolution Founders Damien Clarkson and Judy Nadel will sit down with leading plant-based entrepreneurs to go in-depth on what it takes to build a successful purpose driven plant-based business. Episodes will be released every Thursday.
The Plant Based Business podcast has been produced by Vevolution and recorded in a professional studio and complements their already existing weekly Vevolution Podcast. Guests on series 1 of the podcast include the founders of Form, Plenish, Moving Mountains, NIX+KIX, Spicebox and Jarr Kombucha.
The first four episodes available from today are:
- Episode 1: Vevolution: Damien Clarkson & Judy Nadel: Scaling The Plant-Based Economy
- Episode 2: Form: Scaling With Purpose
- Episode 3: Plenish: Building Success On The Healing Power Of Plants
- Episode 4: Moving Mountains: Why I Had To Move Mountains
Vevolution Founders Damien Clarkson and Judy Nadel said: “We get so many people approaching us at Vevolution about helping them with building their plant-based business. This podcast represents the next step in our work at Vevolution to support the growth of the plant-based economy and be of service to the entrepreneurs building it.
Partnering with Loui Blake on this is incredible, in these interviews we are going deep on what it takes to build and scale a plant-based purpose driven business.”
Loui Blake, Co-Host of The Plant Based Business podcast and founder of Erpingham House added:
“This is the podcast I wish existed when i started my entrepreneurial journey. We hope that hearing first hand from entrepreneurs in this space on their journeys so far, will help to empower a new generation of people to support their business aspirations.”