Katrina Fox is an award-winning journalist, PR consultant, copywriter, content marketer, founder of VeganBusinessMedia.com, host of the Vegan Business Talk podcast and author of Vegan Ventures: Start and Grow an Ethical Business, the first global book providing success strategies for aspiring and existing vegan business owners.
She has written extensively for niche and mainstream media for 25 years on animal advocacy and ethical business and was a regular FORBES contributor for 12 months specialising in writing about vegan and plant-based businesses.
Katrina helps vegan business owners to create a strong personal brand and become in-demand thought leaders through her one-on-one consulting services and digital marketing membership program Vegans in the Limelight.
She is a regular speaker, MC and panel host at local and international events ranging from vegan festivals and conferences to book launches and trade shows.
She loves glitter, sequins and disco.
About Vegan Ventures: Start & Grow an Ethical Business
Vegan living is 'hot' right now. In the past few years veganism has regularly hit the headlines – in a positive way.
With vegan food being served at the BAFTA Awards in the UK and the Oscars in the US, vegan food brands getting deals on the Shark Tank and Dragon's Den to high-level business leaders and A-list celebrities investing in alternative proteins and much more, the vegan lifestyle is starting to shed its image of bland, drab and unhealthy.
As an ethical vegan since 1996 and a longtime animal rights advocate, journalist and author Katrina Fox's mission is Vegan World Domination where animals are no longer exploited, abused, commodified or killed for human consumption. Ethical businesses play a key role in moving closer to this ideal.
To encourage more people to start and run a business on vegan principles, Fox wrote this 'how to' guide. She conducted extensive interviews with over 60 vegan business owners and entrepreneurs in the US, Canada, Australia and UK, as well as PR and marketing professionals.
Their insights are weaved throughout this book, which former VP of Citibank and renowned philanthropist Philip Wollen described as "A timely addition to the reading list of every vegan entrepreneur."