In episode 154 we are sharing a replay of an episode published last year with Alyssa Brantley, of Everyday Maven, as we focus on building relationships to work with brands as a revenue stream.

We cover information about how to create a Pantry Pitch, find a brand and connect with the right person and stay on top of your deliverables and contract terms in order to develop long-term relationships!

Listen on the player in this post or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube or your favorite podcast player. Or scroll down to read a full transcript.

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Alyssa grew up in a cooking family. Her Mom went to culinary school and taught both Alyssa and her brother to cook at a young age. They explored flavors and ingredients and were taught to savor food and be open-minded.

After getting married and moving to Seattle, Alyssa started sharing some of her creations and Everyday Maven was born. Since then, she’s worked to refine her cooking skills by taking world-class cooking classes with top chefs (including an immersion at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in Napa Valley, California) and continually educating herself on food production, supply chain, and ingredient quality.


In this episode we cover developing a relationship with brands. Head to episode 004 for show notes and transcript on the original episode.

Want to learn more about working with brands?

Maria Koutsogiannis joins us in episode 129 to further discuss building relationships and shares many specifics!

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