Virbac continues its rapid expansion with the appointment of two new team members: product manager Kate Woolley and field technical advisor Michelle Greaves.
Miss Woolley, who took up her role in January, will be responsible for the marketing and development of the company’s growing parasiticide, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and anaesthetic ranges, while Miss Greaves will provide technical support to practices in the north of England and Scotland, offering advice on the company’s product range.
Both new team members are qualified veterinary surgeons – Miss Woolley qualified as a veterinary surgeon from the University of Liverpool in 2009, with an intercalated MSc in Veterinary Infectious Disease Control, while Miss Greaves qualified from the University of Glasgow in 2007 and holds a certificate in dermatology – and both spent time in practice before moving on to their current industry roles.
Miss Woolley said: “Virbac’s products are highly regarded and I’m looking forward to developing all aspects of their marketing, with a particular focus on digital technology. I’ll be working to ensure that we provide the highest standard of support and information to owners so they can get the very best out of our products.”
Miss Greaves added: “Virbac has a friendly, approachable reputation and I’m looking forward to building my knowledge of the technical side of our products and supporting our veterinary practice customers across my region.”