This is us:

Gunhild: Unit Director Sustainable Brand communications
Industrial livestock farming is responsible for nearly 15% of world-wide climate gas emissions. Our biological diversity is declining rapidly - the main reasons are climate and land use changes as well as nutrient and hazardous substances pollution of our ecosystems. Not to mention the suffering of animals when not treated adequately. These facts are so alarming that we from vegency want to help shape change towards a society in which people eat consciously and use plant-based alternatives more and more. What drives our team in particular is shifting the focus on ‘transparency’ and ‘sustainability’ in production as well as marketing of organic vegetarian and vegan products through creative and targeted communication.
Meike: Manager Marketing & Communications
Experts agree that flexitarian, but especially vegetarian and vegan diets reduce carbon and methane emissions and can also protect biodiversity. The more people change to plant-based alternatives the better! As a fan of plant-based milk and meat alternatives I’m excited to support companies that drive this important development with their products and services. Besides high-quality products, optimal positioning and visibility are the most important factors to participate in this quickly growing market. To ensure that your products are in the limelight, we offer our expertise regarding all aspects of marketing and communication.
Angelika: Consultation, Training & Projekt coaching
Calling vegans the driving force behind animal welfare, health, climate and environmental protection is often payed down by critics as a bland trend: veganism. It polarises – and is nonetheless a buzzword in nearly all fields. While 10 years ago requests for a vegan car interior where inconceivable, it appears logical these days to use the keyword ‘vegan’ or ‘plant based’ in all areas of life. Whether cheese alternatives, motorcycle gloves or financial investments: supply and demand are growing rapidly. This development thrills me personally, because my drive to support vegan and sustainable concepts strategically arises from my own life: motivated by ethical, ecological and health arguments I decided to adapt a vegan lifestyle in 2013. The three main success factors at the centre of my attention: innovative strategies, that offer a targeted alignment of all measures; thrilling ideas, that enthuse target groups; and the drive to support our clients in the best possible way.

 

This is us:

 

 

Gunhild:

Unit Director Sustainablity & Brand Communications

Industrial livestock farming is responsible for nearly 15% of world-wide climate gas emissions. Worldwide biological diversity is declining rapidly - the main reasons are climate and land use changes as well as nutrient and hazardous substances pollution of our ecosystems. Not to mention the suffering of animals when not treated adequately. These facts are so alarming that our vegency team wants to help shape change toward a society in which people eat consciously and use plant-based alternatives more and more. What drives us in particular is shifting the focus more on ‘transparency’ and ‘sustainability’ in production as well as marketing of organic vegetarian and vegan products through creative and targeted communication.

 

 

 

Meike:

Marketing Communications Manager

Experts agree that flexitarian, but especially vegetarian and vegan diets reduce carbon and methane emissions and can also protect biodiversity. The more people change to plant-based alternatives the better! As a fan of plant-based milk and meat alternatives I’m excited to support companies that drive this important development with their products and services. Besides high-quality products, optimal positioning and visibility are the most important factors to participate in this quickly growing market. To ensure that your products are in the limelight, we offer our expertise regarding all aspects of marketing and communication.

 
 
 

Angelika:

Consultation, training & project coaching

Calling vegans the driving force behind animal welfare, health, climate and environmental protection is often payed down by critics as a bland trend: veganism. It polarises – and is nonetheless a buzzword in nearly all fields. While 10 years ago requests for a vegan car interior where inconceivable, it appears logical these days to use the keyword ‘vegan’ or ‘plant based’ in all areas of life. Whether cheese alternatives, motorcycle gloves or financial investments: supply and demand are growing rapidly.

This development thrills me personally, because my drive to support vegan and sustainable concepts strategically arises from my own life: motivated by ethical, ecological and health arguments I decided to adapt a vegan lifestyle in 2013. The three main success factors at the centre of my attention: innovative strategies, that offer a targeted alignment of all measures; thrilling ideas, that enthuse target groups; and the drive to support our clients in the best possible way.