Supporters and Sponsors

We are delighted to be supported by these fantastic organisations who we believe are making the world a better place. If you’re interested in becoming a Vegan Futures sponsor please contact us at: hello@veganfutures.com

 

Lead Festival Sponsor

ECOTRICITY

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Ecotricity was founded in 1995 as the world’s first green electricity company and now supplies over 170,000 customers across the UK from a growing fleet of wind and sun parks.

The company has the greenest energy in Britain, the best customer service, and operates an ethical pricing policy – with just one tariff and one price for all customers.

Ecotricity are the lead supporters of Vegan Futures. You will be able to meet members of their team at the festival and discover more about how they are changing the way electricity is made and used in Britain. 

Gold Sponsor

OATLY

It’s like milk, but made for humans. Our goal is always to deliver products that have maximum nutritional value and minimal environmental impact. We hope to make the food industry a more honest place by being totally transparent in everything we do.

Sponsors

We are delighted to announce the following organisations as sponsors of the festival.

9BAR

9BAR is a great all-round snack, ideal for when you are on the go, fancy a snack, need an energy boost or just want to indulge: www.9bar.com

4 S.O.M.E HEALTH
 

New plant-based smoothie concept from brother and sister duo Depen and Dipali Patel, samples of their delicious smoothies will be available to try at the festival.  

TEN ACRE

Welcome to Ten Acre! If you haven't been before, then you are about to discover a wonderful new world - a place full of flavour, warmth and plenty of fun! Ten Acre are the innovative, quirky and award winning creators of premium hand cooked crisps and hand-picked popcorn.
 

PLANET ORGANIC

A one-stop shop full of all the right choices, Planet Organic is a health food haven with organic fruit & vegetables, organic bread from artisan London bakeries.

VITA COCO

Full of naturally occurring potassium and essential electrolytes, with no colourings, preservatives or flavourings and never produced from concentrate, Vita Coco Coconut Water is one of the most stupidly simple drinks on the planet -  water, from a coconut, in a carton. That’s it.


Lead Media Supporters
 

VEGANUARY

Launched in the UK in January 2014, Veganuary (pronounced vee-gan-uary) is an online campaign that encourages people to ‘try vegan for January’. Veganism is one of the most effective choices a person can make to reduce the suffering of animals, help the planet and improve personal health. As a non-profit organisation, Veganuary is dedicated to changing public attitudes, while providing all the information and practical support required to make the transition to veganism as easy and enjoyable as possible. Veganuary has had an incredible degree of success in a very short time: 16,000 people have taken part, with over 50% remaining vegan six months on. We estimate that as a result 1,596,180 animals’ lives have been saved.

MEDIA SPONSORS

HEALTHY LIVING LONDON

If you're a busy Londoner (or anyone who rushes around a lot) then you'll know, life can be overwhelming sometimes. And there's just no time. No time to think about what you're putting into your body, no time to get to the gym and no time for yourself.

Sound about right? Healthy Living London is your go-to destination for recipes that are super easy to make, fitness class reviews and ways to put you back in charge of things

THE LOCALS

The Locals is a digital global culture platform, focusing on fashion, art, design, travel, photography, and entertainment. They curate content from around the world to inspire and provoke the culturally curious.

TEEN VGN

is a fresh, young, not for profit organisation which sets out to support and guide teenage vegetarians and vegans through their cruelty free lifestyle. They run a social network on their website where the members can add friends, write on each others walls and collaborate to generate creative ideas for activism.  TeenVGN are also hosts to the UK’s first ever vegan camp for teens, debuting their first camp this August 2015 at Goblin Combe Lodge featuring talks and workshops from campaigning groups such as Sea Shepherd, League Against Cruel Sports etc, and workshops with The Vegan Lifestyle Association, Heavenly Organics Skin Care and Little Miss Meat Free. TeenVGN’s projects are set to get bigger and better in future years and their passion for educating young people about the benefits of a vegan lifestyle is unending.

 

With Thanks To

Get Involved

This festival is all about collaboration and connections, if you have a suggestion as to how we can make the festival the best it possibly can be please get in-touch.

We are also actively looking for sponsors and we’d love to hear from you please email jennifer@veganfutures.com

Who we are

In recent years Jen and Damien have dedicated much of their time and careers to advocating for more people to adopt a plant-based lifestyle.
 

Vegan Futures Founders Jennifer Pardoe and Damien Clarkson

Vegan Futures Founders Jennifer Pardoe and Damien Clarkson

 

 

Jennifer Pardoe- Co-Founder Vegan Futures

Jennifer is Founder of the UK's first Plant-Based food consultancy Zest, providing business services to food companies across the UK. With NPD and business scaling, she helps to make plant-based products and menu items available for consumer choice and health. She will be talking at the event and also bringing you everything food related.

Damien Clarkson- Co-Founder Vegan Futures

Damien is a vegan lifestyle advocate and Founder of communications agency People Like You. He loves connecting people and collaborating on creative ideas to make the world a better place. Damien is passionate about protecting the environment and has recently worked with the Guardian on their Keep It In The Ground campaign.

Judy Nadel- Festival Producer

Judy is our superstar festival programmer, she has a particular interest in exploring the sensory art and music world. She was the person to bring Pheromone Parties to the UK and she actually turned Vegan after taking part in our lead media supporters campaign Veganuary

 

The Vegan Futures weekly

Each week we will bring you festival updates and blogs about topics we will explore at the festival.