PORTLAND, ME--(Marketwired - March 08, 2017) - ImmuCell Corporation (
Ms. Brockmann will continue to serve the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. She first joined ImmuCell as Director of Sales and Marketing in 2010. The addition of Ms. Brockmann to the Board brings the number of Directors to eight. A majority of the Board (five out of eight members) are considered independent Directors.
"Bobbi's direct input as a member of our Board can only help us develop more market-driven strategies, resulting in a greater opportunity for sales growth," commented Michael F. Brigham, President and CEO. "She has done a fantastic job enlarging our sales team and expanding our marketing efforts, resulting in a compound annual growth rate of 15.4% over the past four years."
"I've taken pride in hiring and developing savvy sales and marketing professionals, over the last 6.5 years, and supporting them to drive growth for our company. We are committed to continually hone our efforts," added Ms. Brockmann. "As a board member, I look forward to helping align the Company's core competencies with market needs and providing additional insights into our sales and marketing team model to drive market share and enhance stockholder value."
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Michael F. Brigham
President and CEO
Joe Diaz, Robert Blum and Joe Dorame
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