We help ethical businesses grow their digital channels through social media pages, newsletters and blogs by developing a creative and consistent communications strategy – and putting it into action.
Success doesn’t have to come at the expense of ethics.
For too long businesses have been succeeding at the expense of the environment, of animals and of people. We think it’s about time that changed, do you?
The scales are starting to tip. Increasingly, consumers and businesses are shopping with their morals. Businesses like yours can help to further the ethical movement, and we want to help you make a difference.
We want to help you look after the planet and its people whilst still succeeding in your business. After all, we all need to do our bit if we’re going to turn the tide on the climate crisis.
If you’re working directly with Fairtrade producers in other countries, you’re running a vegan business, reducing plastic or using your business to help the homeless, or you’re just doing something else that’s amazing for our planet – we’re here for you.
We will deliver your message to a wide audience and strengthen your relationship with your current audience. We want to remind them that there’s another way to spend their money – that’s good for them and the planet.
What we stand for
Meet the team
Our resident digital communications and social media marketing guru. CIM certified, SEO geek, mean food photographer.
Starting out in the marketing department at Ecotricity, the world’s first green energy company, she quickly progressed within the department and went on to lead their Social Media team.
After a year of running her own business and finding her feet, she’s now looking to hone in on Kind Comm’s services, and expand to support as many green companies as possible.
Jess continues to run the blog Vegan Punks with her husband, where they develop, photograph and market their own recipes. They’ve built an engaged Instagram audience of 26.8k people, and have implemented a comprehensive SEO strategy in order to expand their reach, and inspire even more people with their plant-based recipes.
These are some of Jess’ favourite things:
- Food: Thai Green Curry
- Hobby: Food photography
- Band: The Flatliners
- Country: Thailand
- Drink: Coffee
A tech nerd who’s as good with words as he is with technology. Dan combines words + WordPress like a pro.
Our resident witty thinker, he’s excellent at coming up with brand slogans, outside the box thinking, all things tech as well as creating top quality in-depth reports.
Starting out at EDS with an IT Modern Apprenticeship, Dan quickly moved into a Technical role at Ecotricity, where he later became a Solutions Architect. During 2018, he took the time out of his busy career to learn the art of website building using WordPress, SquareSpace and Wix.
Dan rebuilt the Vegan Punks website from scratch, with usability, speed and technical SEO requirements in mind. Complemented by a best-in-practice SEO strategy, the site’s traffic quadrupled in its first month after relaunch. Dan is ready to apply his expertise in these areas to help other environmental businesses.
Here are some of Dan’s favourite things:
- Food: Pasta
- Hobby: Board games
- Band: Iron Chic
- Book: Descender by Jeff Lemire
- Movie: The Goonies
Social Media Manager
Daisy has worked in Marketing for over 7 years, in a variety of roles including Digital Marketing Officer for Cambridge Folk Festival, the largest Folk festival in Europe, and Social Media Executive at the world’s first green energy company, Ecotricity.
Having studied photography at A-Level she has a keen eye for design and is comfortable creating graphics and artwork digitally. Her other skills include social media, copywriting and reporting.
Daisy is also the co-founder of Vegan Fairs: an organisation that puts on vegan events across the UK, as well as being the creators of the world’s first Online Vegan Fair.
Get to know Daisy a bit better, these are some of her favourite things:
- Food: Curry
- Hobby: Houseplants
- Band: Arctic Monkeys
- Festival: Glastonbury
- Movie: Pulp Fiction
Vicki is an excellent copywriter, and is quickly learning the ropes of SEO and digital content design.
Having just completed her degree in English Literature, where she wrote a 10,000 word dissertation on Medieval Literature, she’s about to embark on a new venture after leaving a technical career to follow her creative passions.
Vicki has recently been published in the BILT Undergraduate Research Journal, with an article that looked at the politics of vegan activism. She also wrote for Epigram (the UoB student paper). In addition to this, she has quickly come up to speed on SEO best practice and is now writing for the Vegan Punks blog, where over 16,000 people per month will be able to read her articles.
Learn a little bit more about Vicki, these are some of her favourite things:
- Hobby: Pole dancing
- Movie: Drop Dead Fred
- Book: Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett
- Band: AJJ
- Restaurant: Suncraft (Bristol, UK)