Chemi Nutra hires new business development manager

Chemi Nutra hires new business development manager

Jennifer Buchanan will be responsible for discovering and evaluating new business opportunities as well as partnering with other companies on unique specialty ingredient products.

Scott Hagerman, president of Chemi Nutra, is proud to announce that Jennifer Buchanan has joined Chemi Nutra as new business development manager. In this new position, Jennifer will be responsible for discovering and evaluating new business opportunities for ChemiNutra as well as partnering with other companies on unique, health benefiting specialty ingredient products, especially in functional foods and medical foods applications. Chemi Nutra’s proprietary ingredients are currently widely used in dietary supplements, sports nutrition, and functional beverages.

Jennifer holds a BS degree in psychology and an MSW degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She also holds a Fitness Nutrition Certification with the International Sports Sciences Association. Jennifer has broad experience in marketing, business development, and technical writing, gained from working in the software and senior’s memory game industries. She most recently utilized her fitness and nutrition expertise in a chiropractic office setting, helping individuals in nutritional assessment, weight management, and food and diet counseling, and delivering wellness seminars, at Elite Chiropractic in Austin, Texas.

“Jennifer is a great addition to or Chemi Nutra team, and because of the global interest and suitability of Chemi Nutra’s proprietary ingredient compounds in functional foods, beverages, and medical foods, Jennifer will also work closely with our colleagues at Chemi S.p.A., Milan, Italy, to lead our team globally in development and implementation of strategic marketing plans down these paths, to help us further grow our businesses,” said Scott Hagerman, president of Chemi Nutra.

 

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