World Wide Sires hires new area sales director

Bovine artificial insemination company hires new sales/marketing director for several European countries

The Sun-Gazette

VISALIA – There’s nothing more essential than feeding the world, and one local agriculture company with offices across the globe is adding staff to help countless countries maintain strong dairy production.

Visalia-based World Wide Sires (WWS) recently announced that Laura Gordon will serve as a new area director of marketing. In her new role, Laura will be responsible for sales and marketing in several countries in Europe.

Laura has over five years of experience in the bovine artificial insemination (AI) industry. Previously, Laura worked as a product development specialist, global genetic services brand manager and district account manager for another AI organization. most recently, she served as a market development manager in the citrus industry.

Laura holds a master’s degree in international agriculture, marketing and business development focus from Oklahoma State University. She has a bachelor’s degree in animal science and agricultural systems management from The Ohio State University.

“We could not be happier to be having someone as qualified as Laura Gordon joining our dynamic team,” WWS vice president Scott Ruby said. “Her experience, skills, and positive attitude will be an excellent fit, and we are looking forward to having her interacting with our global customers soon.”

Laura will work from the Visalia office.

World Wide Sires, Ltd. is at the forefront of providing exceptional genetics for the global dairy insdustry. A leading exporter of U.S. livestock semen, World Wide Sires represents Accelerated Genetics, Genervations and Select Sires in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Oceania.

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