Welcome to Spaghetti Group
Hi! I’m Louise Kissack and I founded Spaghetti Group in 2018 to help independent food and hospitality businesses grow by developing an incredible customer experience and expanding their customer base through innovative branding, marketing and communications solutions.
In other words, I know that people who make great food aren’t always great at branding and talking to their customers about what they do. I can help with that.
I have a wealth of experience in hospitality, having worked on brand expansion for some of the world’s largest operators over the last 20 years. I can bring a fresh perspective to your business, and help you get noticed, enhancing your visibility whilst ensuring you remain authentic and true to your purpose.
I will always put your customers first. You may be my customer, but your customers are crucial to the success of your business. By focusing relentlessly on who they are and what they want, I can help you make the right decisions on everything from site location to marketing strategy.
I have a trusted network of consultant partners including chefs, designers, safety advisors, and copywriters who can help you to achieve your goals, whether you’re just starting out or looking to grow an existing brand.
Chris Grundy joined Spaghetti Group in 2020 as our Content Director and is responsible for supporting our clients with their social media and content creation.
Chris has a degree in performing arts and brings his unique creative flair to Spaghetti Group. He has a strong operational background having worked in the hospitality industry for over 10 years in roles with Costa and Jury’s Inn. For the last 3 years, Chris has been creating content for his own blog ‘The Liverpool Foodie’ as well as several businesses around the city.
Because we take the time to understand our clients’ businesses and their vision for the future, there’s a limit to how many people we can work with at any one time. We have two strict rules that help us decide who to partner with:
- We have to love your product or offering.
- We have to believe that we can help you improve your business and make it grow.
Sometimes that means we have to tell people that we don’t think we’re the right fit. If that’s the case we’ll be honest with you, and point you in the direction of someone who might be better placed to help.