Valencia Spain, 11th Jan: During the final days of 2018, The Economist published a piece declaring 2019 will be the year that veganism goes mainstream. Now, less than two weeks into the new year, we already have evidence to prove it. Almost all of the biggest supermarket chains have released own-brand vegan product lines, the Beyond Burger is seemingly everywhere, plant-based entrepreneurs and pop up businesses are thriving all around the globe, and you can now even buy McVegan food.
For all of these successful businesses, there will be copy to be written, website content to be created, blogs to produce, press releases to compile, and a constant reem of text to be proofread and edited. Now that so many vegans are choosing to support other vegans to create a kind of plant-based micro-economy, many plant-based companies may prefer to employ the services of writers and editors who share their passion and ethics, and who deeply understand their mission.
British writer Emma Clarkson began life as The Freerlancer almost five years ago, and since then has been providing editorial services and creating magazine articles and blogs for a wide range of publications both in print and online, including Vegan Life, Barefoot Vegan, Flaming Vegan, and for her vegan client base of various independent firms and websites including Smart Vegan Biz and Animal Clock.
In the summer of 2018 Emma was hired by business news magazine vegconomist to report on current and breaking news in the vegan business world and to act as editor for their global version. “I absolutely love working for vegconomist and helping to spread the word and promote the message that I’m so passionate about. Since I started work at the magazine I’ve been blown away by how the number of vegan businesses around the world is exploding at a phenomenal rate.”
Emma realised that to keep up with the exponential rise of vegan business, she would need some help - that’s where Sam Aston stepped in. Sam is also a vegan writer from the UK, with experience of creative writing and providing translation and editorial services to a range of clients. So The Freerlancer is now The Freerlancers, and together with amazing editorial intern Linda Kerekes, this vegan team is ready to accept new clients for 2019.
“Now that we are a small team of skilled, experienced, passionate and most importantly, plant-based writers, I can continue providing editorial services for vegconomist, whose success is growing week by week, and in addition we can help other vegan businesses who would benefit from our services.”
If your business requires writing or editorial services, you can contact email@example.com or drop Emma a line on LinkedIn here.