Zinpro Corporation Hires Damir Karan as Poultry and Swine Account Manager – Russia
Zinpro Corporation announces that Damir Karan has joined the company as poultry and swine account manager – Russia. In this key role, Karan will provide Zinpro swine and poultry customers in Russia with performance mineral nutrition and business-solution sales support while cultivating new sales opportunities.
With more than 10 years of feed additive and farm management experience, Karan was most recently employed as a representative for a global feed additives company. He has also worked as an animal nutritionist for a feed premix manufacturer and for a regional poultry-production feed mill, according to a company release.
Karan earned a degree in animal husbandry engineering from the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Novi Sad in Serbia.
BioZyme® Inc. Promotes Jessica Judge to Marketing Brand Manager
Jessica Judge has been promoted to marketing brand manager at BioZyme® Inc., in St. Joseph, Mo. Judge, who started her tenure as the Sure Champ® marketing intern at BioZyme in the summer of 2018, was most recently a marketing brand coordinator.
In her new role, she will help implement marketing brand strategies across all product lines on a national level, with a focus on the end-user market, according to a company release. She will work closely with the marketing brand team to facilitate the organization and daily functions of the team, including making sure the strategies for each brand are aligned with overall goals for the company. She will ensure metrics are in place to measure her team’s effectiveness and to ensure the marketing efforts are helping grow the bottom line at the end of the day.
Judge is a California native and a 2018 graduate from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s in animal science with a concentration in ag business. While at OSU, she was a member of the national champion livestock judging team and earned the high individual honor at the 2017 North American. Her hobbies include spending time with family and attending livestock shows.
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