Spark! A Roadmap For The Vegan Professional
The vegan business world has been expanding quickly over the past few years, attracting increasing numbers of entrepreneurs who want to do work that truly aligns with their values. Being a vegan business owner can be incredibly exciting, but it can also be scary, overwhelming, and sometimes lonely. Spark is a podcast for vegan professionals, pre-recorded as live LinkedIn sessions, for people in the vegan business world. We welcome you with open arms, and want to help you to thrive! This is a place you can tap into for inspiration and practical, sound business advice from Stephanie Redcross West, a trail blazer in the vegan business community.
Spark addresses topics that are relevant to vegans involved in today’s marketplace. Having been intimately involved in the vegan business world for more than a decade, Stephanie is well equipped to warn against common pitfalls and advise vegans in the business scene on the best ways to succeed. She is full of actionable ideas for strategically preparing your business – and yourself – for anything that may be coming down the pipe. Need inspiration? This podcast for vegan professionals is the place to be!
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