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Animal Nutritional Products Appoints Director of Business Development

He is a 17-year veteran of the animal health industry.




(PRESS RELEASE) Richard Hayworth, a 17-year veteran of the animal health industry, has been appointed director of business development for New York-based Animal Nutritional Products, a pet supplement and CBD product manufacturer.

Prior to joining Animal Nutritional Products, Hayworth worked for several animal health manufacturers in a variety of roles including director of national accounts at Virbac; national key account manager at Novartis Animal Health U.S.; and regional sales manager at Novartis Animal Health Australia, among others.

Before his career in animal health, Hayworth spent four years in New York City working with Hachette Filipacchi Medias as corporate communications and media manager for such magazines as ELLE, Premiere, George, Woman’s Day, among other titles. Prior to his time in NYC, he spent two years in Seoul Korea as an English teacher.

Hayworth graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a B.A. in English literature and minor in communications. He currently lives in Dallas, TX, where he regularly volunteers at SPCA of Texas.

“We are really excited to have Rich join our team,” said Robert Kovler, CEO for Animal Nutritional Products. “With his many years of experience in the animal health industry I am sure he will be a great asset to the continuing growth of Animal Nutritional Products.”




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