At The Growing Box we also produce, coordinate and deliver an array of amazing events. Most recently we created and delivered our very own vegan and conscious living festival Vevolution which took place on the 5th November 2016 at Oval Space, London.

The festival attracted over 500 people to what turned out to be Europe's biggest ever vegan conference event.

Watch the highlights of the day in the video below.


 

Vevolution is the sister company of The Growing Box. It puts on vegan and conscious living festivals and is building an online database of talks from these events.

The first festival happened at the Oval Space, Hackney, London on November 5th, 2016. We will soon be announcing future events and plans for 2017.

Keep up to-date with Vevolution plans over at www.vevolution.co

 

 

In 2015 we co-founded Vegan Futures, a one-day festival bringing together leading plant-based thinkers and innovators for a day of inspiring talks, panel discussions and workshops. The sold-out festival took place at social enterprise The Trampery on 7th November with 250 attendees.  

The day had a strong focus on health and wellbeing, fitness, nutrition, activism and fashion and was for anyone interested in making new friends and learning more about living and thriving on a vegan lifestyle in an open non-judgemental space. 

 

The Growing Box events team has worked with clients from the travel, medical, music, tech and dating industry to produce and deliver bespoke events. We pride ourselves in our ability that with each project and event we bring like-minded people together to connect and create unique one-off experiences.  

Below are some examples of the events we have created working closely with each client.

 

We were recently commissioned by The Trampery to produce and deliver Trip Hack, a hackathon to revolutionise the way we travel. We brought together 60 of the greatest creative, entrepreneurial and technological minds collaborating, questioning, probing, playing, and reinventing the way travel innovation is done.

The event was for MasterCard to showcase their APIs to the brightest tech talent from across London. Partners included British Airways, Transport for London and London & Partners. Lucy Hedges, Technology Editor at the Metro, hosted the weekend.  

 

 

We worked with a small team to deliver The Big Music Project, a music-led youth outreach programme, working closely with The BPI, Global Radio and UK Youth. The project programme included:

  • Four national themed events, hosted by Music Matters, including live music, ideas from musicians, interactive panels with industry experts and free music lessons with trained musicians.
  • Nationwide music competition run by Next BRIT Thing to find and encourage new musical talent.
  • New careers initiative offering 250+ unpaid and paid placements.
 

To find out more about what our team can do for you get in touch with us now.