VENT for Change WINS Eco Company of the Year 2020


VENT for Change, the sustainable stationery brand that protects the planet and supports children’s education projects worldwide has been awarded Eco Company of the Year 2020 in their home town of Bristol.

During the awards process businesses and corporate professionals from across the Bristol area were invited to nominate companies & individuals based on factors such as service, innovation, experience and sustainability.

 Bristol based VENT design and produce a full range of sustainable stationery and support children’s education projects worldwide with every item sold. Ranges considered by the judges include their Write range of A5 and A6 notebooks. Raw and unashamedly recycled in appearance the books have 100% recycled untreated card with FSC certified sustainable paper. Every item in their range is made with the environment in mind. Pocket books made using reclaimed coffee cups and 100% recycled paper, stylish hardback notebooks made using recycled leather and their famous pencils made in their own factory from recycled CD cases.  

“As a responsible sustainable stationery brand considering our environmental impact is one of the most important elements in the design and creation of every item in our range.” Commented Evan Lewis – Founder VENT for Change. “We are delighted to have been recognised for our commitment to the environment as well as our social philosophies”.

VENT is one of a growing number of conscientious brands that combine beautifully designed products with an ethical purchasing option for their customers.

Set up by social and environmental entrepreneur Evan Lewis, Bristol based VENT for Change combines its support of global education with impeccable eco credentials. Every item has a strong environmental message of its own.

Being given this award again further cements VENT’s position as one of the UK foremost ethical, environmental and social businesses.

One to watch as we come out of lock-down.

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