AgriLabs® Adds Veteran Key Accounts Manager
Posted on August 31, 2016
Marc White, a key addition in developing AgriLabs swine business.
August 31, 2016 (St. Joseph, MO) – AgriLabs is pleased to announce the hiring of Marc White as Key Accounts Manager, effective August 29, 2016. As a Key Account Manager, he will work directly with key accounts in the swine industry to represent and sell AgriLabs products, programs, and services.
“We are excited to have Marc on board as we expand our portfolio and build our team to service the swine industry,” remarked Sean O’Hare, Executive Vice President for AgriLabs. “Marc has over 30 years of experience helping to bring solutions to the swine industry and has been proven to be a knowledgeable partner to swine veterinarians and the producers they serve. He understands our customers, the issues they’re facing and how to work with them to find solutions that prevent health challenges before they arise.”
White was most recently employed by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica as Senior Key Account Manager where he managed an account team of three to focus on a large swine integrator. Previously in his career, he served as Senior Swine Sales Representative for Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica. Prior to that, he served as Swine Industry Specialist for Pfizer Animal Health, Territory Manager/Market Support for Pfizer Animal Health, and Swine Specialist for Purina Mills, Inc.
In his role, White will lead our efforts in gaining business in large swine accounts. Marc will also be responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive sales strategies and managing relationships with designated key accounts.
“With the recent acquisition of Benchmark BioLabs, Antelope Valley Bios, and VaxLiant, I’m excited for AgriLabs’ future in the animal health industry,” said White. “In today’s dynamic swine industry with new pathogens emerging almost yearly, it is imperative that the companies providing products are nimble, and I’m excited as AgriLabs is building something that will allow them to fit that need.”