You’ve earmarked a portion of your investment portfolio to invest in vegan startups. But how can you predict if a vegan company is going to grow and give you a return on your investment? These three core success fundamentals are a great starting point…
Now that investing in startups is becoming increasingly accessible to the general public, it’s important for vegan investors to learn key fundamentals so they can enjoy the outsized profit (and risk!) potential, and have a greater say in which kind of companies get funded and build our future economy.
Is the new McVegan burger a real step toward greater animal rights, or the beginning of the end of veganism?
Should Vegans allow McDonald’s to redefine veganism?
It is a victory that enterprises with no commitment to animal rights finally recognize vegans as a market. This is also a potentially dangerous pivotal moment for the future of veganism as an ethical movement.
The well-known vegan activist James Aspey recently interviewed Andy Meddick, a fellow vegan who was just elected to the Australian Parliament.
In the interview, Andy notes four pillars essential to progress for animal rights.
I agree – these four pillars are essential. In fact, the animal industry currently use these same four pillars far more effectively than the vegan movement. Here’s what we’re missing…