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Fairs & Events

Vegan Business Tribe Live Event Coming to VegfestUK in November

VegfestUK London, the biggest vegan consumer expo in the UK, will host what it claims to be the first vegan business conference featuring only speakers from businesses run and founded by vegans. The conference, sponsored by Vegan Accountants, will be part of the weekend-long event coming to the London Olympia on the 12th and 13th of November. Vegan Business Tribe (VBT) will be organising the vegan business conference under the Vegan Business Tribe Live stage; a programme of live events, panels, workshops, and networking dedicated to vegan businesses. The event welcomes attendees to “come and learn from some of the top vegan business entrepreneurs and founders who will share their expertise to help you grow a successful vegan business.” In 2020, vegan industry experts David …


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Fairs & Events

Lisbon’s Biggest Vegan Festival ‘Veganário Fest’ Returns This Weekend

Veganario Fest, one of the biggest vegan festivals in Portugal, will take place this weekend of the 1st and 2nd of October at the ISEL camp. The purpose of the festival is to introduce the public to vegan products currently available on the market, including food, hygiene, clothing, footwear and books, among others. In addition, within this event there will also be an information portal with a conference format dealing with issues of ecology and sustainability, health and nutrition, sport, childhood, and animal rights. The festival also includes educational spaces for children, workshops and concerts for different age groups. This event is characterised by the voluntary work of citizens committed to the environment and animals; the exclusive marketing of products and alternatives of plant origin; …



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Fairs & Events

The Himalayan Vegan Festival: First Plant-Based Event in Nepal to Celebrate Veganism For Six Days

The Himalayan Vegan Festival, taking place this month, will focus on raising awareness about veganism and vegan lifestyle to reduce animal suffering through the adoption of a plant-based diet.  Taking place this September from the 15th to the 17th in Kathmandu, and from the 18th until the 20th in Pokhara, the non-profit festival is a family-friendly, educational, and free-access event organised by World Vegan Organisation Nepal (WVO). “This festival will be the first and largest purely vegan festival in the country, aimed at expanding the relationship between pure vegetarians, compassionate life practice, and animal conservationists, as well as to spread awareness to the general public about veganism,” declared Ajit Thapa, WVO Nepal’s general director in a press conference covered by The Himalayan. In addition, a pre-event …


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Veggiemania Takes Over Buenos Aires for Three-Day Culinary Festival

From the 12th to the 14th of July, Veggiemania is taking over the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in a three-day celebration of vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Featuring limited edition dishes and promotional prices, the event aims to promote healthy meat-free eating in the city. Each of the more than 20 participating restaurants will make a unique dish created especially for Veggiemania, to be sold in a combo format. The event is the brainchild of Nash Wigutov, an influencer and healthy eating advocate in Argentina, who has challenged the restaurants of Buenos Aires to rise to the Veggiemania challenge. Despite being famed for its beef culture and one of the highest levels of meat consumption in the world, Argentina is seeing a surge in interest …



Vevolution: “Vevolution is a Movement to Help Inspire Plant-Powered Living and Positive Change in the World”

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Vevolution​, described by its founders as a “festival is for ​the curious​, ​the passionate​, ​the bold​, ​the compassionate​, and ​those who want to change the world​,” is now in its 4th year, returning to London’s Southbank on 16th of this November. Vevolution has become renowned for inspiring talks, panel discussions and workshops showcasing a plant-powered positive version of the future.


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Study Shows That a Quarter of German Festival-Goers Want More Vegan Options

A recent study by the global ticketing and event platform Eventbrite examines the German festival landscape and the changing needs of festival-goers. A key finding of the cross-sectional survey is that German visitors would like to see more environmentally friendly and sustainable festivals. Visitors demand added value for high ticket prices With the help of online field service provider GapFish, Eventbrite interviewed 1,000 people who have visited a festival in the past twelve months. The gross sample was structurally adapted to the distribution of age (16-69 years) and gender in Germany. The results of the survey are primarily intended to give organisers an idea of how they can adapt their offerings to visitors’ changing expectations. Although, according to the study, about one in four people …


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Fashion, Design & Beauty

Nina Footwear Launches Festival-Ready Shoe Collection

Nina Footwear‘s new vegan footwear collection, called daybreaks, impresses with its colourful aesthetic designs and original details. According to the company, the new models are perfectly suited to the upcoming music festival season because, in addition to their bold and youthful colour combinations, the modern vegan materials promise real comfort when standing for long periods of time. The company’s Creative Director, Flori Silverstein, explains that the new line was created specifically for today’s trendy lifestyle: “It’s the kind of shoe or sandal a woman has in front of her wardrobe so she can slip it on at any time of day. The brand was created for trendsetters and freethinkers in search of originality – for those who are not afraid to enjoy life in all …


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Market & Trends

Study: Festival Visitors Receptive to Vegan Offerings

The British entertainment company Barclaycard Perk Park has found in a survey that British festival visitors would like to consume more vegan food. The study asked 2,000 Britons about their habits at festivals, with one in five Britons saying they prefer vegan food to traditional dishes such as hot dogs and hamburgers with meat.