We’ve Partnered with VegfestUK
After several months of discussions, we are so pleased to announce that Kakadu Creative are the official Design Partner for VegfestUK, the UK’s biggest indoor vegan exhibition.
Following an enforced three-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, VegfestUK will be returning to Olympia London on the 12th and 13th of November 2022 and will be moving into the Grand Hall.
The brilliant team at VegfestUK are excited to be bringing the show back, and we’re thrilled to be able to be a part of it.
With space for up to 400 exhibitors, 150 speakers and up to 20,000 attendees it’s billed to be a great event to add to your vegan and vegan-curious diaries.
Here at Kakadu Creative, we’re looking forward to helping vegan businesses, organisations and charities to maximise their presence at the show with impactful and engaging stand and exhibition designs, as well as stand-out event marketing materials and promotional goodies.
It’s no secret that we’re on a mission to use our skills and expertise to grow the vegan movement and help end the suffering and exploitation of all animals. And we believe this partnership is one more step for us on the path to achieving that mission.
Are you coming along for the journey?
If you’re going to be exhibiting at VegfestUK, drop us a line with the form below and let’s arrange a time to talk about how we can help you to be show-stopping and maximise your presence at the event.
We can’t wait to hear from you.
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