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Karen Bergh

Karen BerghKAREN BERGH,
RainMaker Pro Training & Consulting


Karen Bergh trains and coaches professionals who want to sell more. Early in her career, her creative copy for ad agencies appeared in national campaigns, and helped sell products ranging from gas grills to banking services. While working for Ernst & Young, her Riverside, California based team claimed victory to closing an additional $1.5 million in new business in one year.

As the President of Virtual Marketing, Karen showed people how to develop and execute corporate marketing strategies. Working for a software manufacturer, she facilitated a product-knowledge training program that launched a new profit center, helping to achieve business development goals.

Karen is a member of the Professional Women's Roundtable/National Association of Female Executives, is active as a Board volunteer in several community organizations, publishes a monthly marketing column, and speaks at conferences. She currently serves as an on-camera host for the electronic magazine for successful entrepreneurs, Endeavors. She is based in Riverside, California, and also runs a busy household with two brilliant, and extremely un-shy toddlers and a loving husband.

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