Norbrook Appoints Steve Schram to Lead Sales & Marketing
Norbrook has appointed Steve Schram as VP Sales & Marketing for The Americas. This role will see Steve leading all sales and marketing activities across both the North American and Latin American businesses.
This role will focus primarily on leading the US business, where Norbrook is planning significant growth, not only of its current portfolio but also through an exciting new product launch pipeline across both the farm and companion animal sectors. Steve will also lead sales and marketing activities across Norbrook’s Canadian and Latin American businesses.
Steve joins Norbrook from AgriLabs where he previously held the role of where he held the role of Chairman, President and CEO for 21 years; prior to Steve worked in Syntex Animal Health for 12 years progressing from Sales Representative to Business Unit Manager.
Steve has a wealth of experience in the animal health industry and is currently a Committee member of a range of industry bodies including the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor Board and the Innovation Stockyard in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Richard Palmer, Global Head of Sales & Marketing, Norbrook said, “We are delighted to welcome Steve to the team. His broad experience in sales and marketing and in particular, his understanding of the US animal health market & customers is second to none.
Steve is the ideal person to ensure that our ambitious growth plans are successful and we look forward to him also helping us identify further growth opportunities and implementing some exciting strategic initiatives across the Americas. In addition, we believe this appointment underlines Norbrook’s commitment to being seen as a leading player in the US market.”
Steve Schram added, “I am really looking forward to working with the team in Norbrook. It is a great business with a great reputation. I look forward to identifying our customers’ needs and providing them with innovative solutions in the form of new and well-established, trusted products in the Norbrook portfolio and driving growth across the region.”
Steve will be based at Norbrook's US headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas.
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