Time to Take Your Pitch to the Next Level? 

Want to get your product listed in a major retailer? Register for this exclusive webinar, and prepare your winning pitch!


Saintly Foods

Karen’s real strength is in helping to cut through the noise and offering sound, tested strategies and relevant contacts to get things done far more quickly than I would ever have managed on my own.  She keeps me on track, acts as a sounding board, and offers practical support; however it’s her wealth of industry experience and ease of interaction that has made our collaboration so fruitful and enjoyable

What You’ll Get During This Training

During this one hour training, learn

  • how to structure your initial application so you get seen by the buyer
  • how to make the most of your 10 minutes of fame in front of the buyer
  • how to follow up and make sure that pitch turns into a retail listing
  • your opportunity to ask an experienced retailer buyer your questions!

Hurry, places are limited! The training will take place on Zoom. You will not be visible to other delegates.

About Karen Green

Through my career, I have been a retail buyer with Tesco/Boots and then crossed the table and worked as Commercial Director covering products as diverse as Christmas puddings to ready meals and sushi. I had an exciting career, launching many successful products and brands, growing categories and creating profitable sales.

Now I use that experience to help food businesses whether start ups or established businesses to overcome their commercial challenges and achieve the profitable growth that they deserve. I have written the Amazon bestseller “Recipe to Success – the ingredients of a profitable food business” which was shortlisted for Business Books awards 2018.

I deliver workshops on sales and marketing for a variety of organisations including Cywain, Business France, Enterprise nation and others.   I speak at various events such as IFE, Speciality Fine Foods Show Food and Bread and Jam. I am also asked by the media for expert opinions on food retail issues, including the Grocer and LBC Business Hour.