Kate Cook gives talks and workshops to business clients empowering their staff to adopt healthier lifestyles. Fresh, creative and practical information is delivered in an interactive style that encourages involvement and engagement. Kate is passionate about making nutritional change easy and efective. She is a highly experienced international speaker and her successful practice methods have secured extensive TV appearances, publishing deals, magazine features and commissions as an international keynote speaker.
As founder and director of the Harley Street clinic The Nutrition Coach, Kate has personally worked with more than 7,500 patients face to face. TV appearances include UKTV’s The Truth About Beauty. Books include Get Healthy for Good (Whole Health), Drop a Dress Size, Shape Up Your Life, Be Incredibly Healthy, An Unft Mother (Harper Collins), and the Corporate Wellness Bible (52 Brilliant Ideas).
To book Kate Cook as the health speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
“Thank you again Kate for a really interesting and excellent presentation which everyone seemed fully engaged with!” – Gemma Brady, Accenture Digital
“I certainly took away some ‘bite size’ chunks of invaluable information and will certainly be acting on them. Thank you again Kate for making such a profound diference to how I live my life.” – Jim Brearley, Accelerate UK
“Kate Cook delivered well-informed, highenergy talks throughout the day – overall, the participating employees rated her “excellent” on the feedback forms – it was a really inspiring and engaging day.” – Delia McMeekin, HealthAhead Team, GE Healthcare
“Kate Cook engages the team with practical, easy-to-dos that could potentially make a huge diference to how we work. She inspires by being fun, vibrant and convincing. Kate creates a dynamic foundation for health and wellness.” – Holly Riches, Queen Mary College of Business and Management, University of London