Interviews with Vegan Business Owners & Entrepreneurs and Latest Vegan Business News, hosted by journalist, media trainer and vegan business coach Katrina Fox, author of Vegan Ventures: Start and Grow an Ethical Business.
Mitali Deypurkaystha is a former ghostwriter turned book consultant and publisher who is on a mission to turn vegan experts, business owners and C-suite executives into authors.
Her new book The Freedom Master Plan: Put Your Mission, Movement and Message on the Map is a practical guide on how to free yourself from ‘selling’, and chasing clients or investors by writing a high-value business book and – importantly – how to leverage i...
In this episode, I interview Jecks Stone, interior designer and founder of Persona Abode in the UK.
Her background in recycling management and historic building conservation were the foundation of marrying interiors with environmental impact.
After wrestling with balancing her morals with the perceived frivolity of the interior design industry, Jecks became one of the first UK designers to be vegandesign.org certified.
In this episode I interview Lena Ludwig, founder and principal of Vital Gains mergers and acquisitions consultancy in Washington D.C.
A vegan of 26 years, Lena started working in mergers and acquisitions and finance over 20 years ago, and she’s helped hundreds of businesses with successful acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic growth planning.
For the past 10 years, she’s been a financial and administrative executive in the p...
In this episode I interview Natasha and Ed Tatton, co-founders of BReD, a vegan, organic, sourdough bakery in the ski resort town of Whistler in Canada.
Both originally from the UK, Natasha is a former English teacher, and Ed is a professional fine-dining chef.
The couple moved to Canada, became vegan and passionate environmentalists and opened BReD three years ago.
Earlier this year, the husband and wife team recently won the Best...
In this episode I interview James McInnes, co-founder of Odd Burger vegan fast food chain in Ontario, Canada
James, who was a software executive, was diagnosed with high blood pressure in 2014 and changed his lifestyle for the better by going vegan.
He and his wife Lia began developing their own plant-based meats and soon were selling vegan meal kits featuring local ingredients.
But they couldn’t shake the idea that what the world ...
In this episode I interview Tyler Mayoras, CEO and co-founder of Cool Beans, a plant-based food company in Chicago whose first products are globally-inspired, healthy frozen wraps.
After nearly two decades investing in agriculture and food brands, Tyler had seen the dark underside of the American food industry first hand.
After learning about the negative impact of animal agriculture on the environment, he began a journey into plan...
In this episode I interview Bailey Ruskus (aka Chef Bai).
Classically trained at Le Cordon Bleu in San Francisco, Bailey has been in business for herself for 10 years, but three years ago made the switch to become a completely vegan business.
Host of the Plant Remedy podcast, she’s been a long-time warrior of endometriosis and has discovered her own tools to heal her body through food and health.
Now based in San Diego, she cooks f...
In this episode I interview Mitchell Scott, co-founder and CEO of The Very Good Butchers, a Canadian plant-based meat company.
After selling out the farmers’ markets on Denman Island, British Columbia, Mitchell and his co-founder and fellow ‘bean butcher’ James Davison knew they were onto something.
They brought their beans to Victoria and opened the Canadian West Coast’s first plant-based butchery.
The pair are currently opening a...
In this episode I interview Professor Johanna Sophia, founder of Johanna’s Raw Foods in upstate New York.
After a music, film, and writing career that saw her travel the globe, Johanna – who was raised in Germany – settled down in the US and raised her children.
When her kids were barely in their teens and she was almost 50, Johanna found herself lying on the floor, paralyzed for what seemed an eternity experiencing a stroke.
In this episode, I interview Vikas Garg, the founder and CEO of abillion, a sustainability platform for plant-based dishes and cruelty-free products.
Four years ago, Vikas left his high-flying career at one of the world’s largest hedge funds after he found a new mission — to help and inspire a billion people to go vegan in the next 10 years.
Based in Singapore, Vikas is dedicated to grassroots education and conservation initiatives...
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