bizzybee gloves and cloths: get a buzz out of cleaning!
Eric the bizzybee buzzed into life in 2009 when the brand was launched as a fun, friendly and ethical alternative to other household cleaning products.The ‘bee’ association goes far beyond the name. Earlier this year, bizzybee became a proud Corporate Fellow of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT). The BBCT is a registered charity that was founded in 2006 to raise awareness of the plight of the bumblebee. In 2010 the charity, which counts Sir David Attenborough and Chris Packham among its supporters, received ‘Best Environment Project’ at the National Lottery Awards. http://www.bumblebeeconservation.org.uk/The bizzybee range, which includes seven gloves and seven cloths, is designed for every usage around the home and also caters for those with sensitive skin. bizzybee’s latex-free gloves are made from soft vinyl which does not contain rubber latex or chemical accelerators – ideal for the 6% of the UK population who have sensitivity to natural rubber latex allergy.The products are funky too. From peach and purple to blue and ivory, there is a colour for every kitchen and you’ll never find bizzybee gloves in garish yellow.
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Excellart is an ethical PR and Design team which specialises in all forms of marketing and PR with some especially good contacts within the National Media for all things ethical. Excellart also provides a dedicated design and website service which compliments the PR side of things perfectly, resulting in some outstanding results for their clients. Excellart are the ideal choice for those looking to boost the presence in the media with cost effective and targeted PR and marketing, and many clients are finding that good PR is a better marketing tool than advertising, and budgets have been switched accordingly. Exclleart have done a lot of PR for VegfestUK and previous vegan shows, often for very little in return, and deserve much thanks and praise for their efforts.
The Vegan Society
The Vegan Society is approaching its 70th birthday and continues to flourish at the front line of educating and informing people of the benefits of a plant based lifestyle. Their publication The Vegan won a VegfestUK award in 2011 for the best vegan magazine and rightly so - its well put together, informative and fun, occasionally controversial but mainly just a really good read once every 3 months. The Society also have an excellent and informative website and facebook page and can be seen at shows up and down the country, and welcome you all to become a member of the Society for a small fee, which includes a subscription to their magazine so excellent value all round. Big thanks once again for their wholehearted support for our events! www.vegansociety.com