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Medical Disposables Promotes Jennifer Munoz as Vice President of Marketing
Date:3/12/2009

Medical Disposables has announced today the promotion of Jennifer Munoz as new Vice President of Marketing. In her new role Munoz will be responsible for driving and managing all aspects of the company's marketing efforts in the national and international drug test markets, and to obtain new channels of opportunities for our company sales department. Munoz's main focus will be develop marketing strategies to expand the company presence and visibility in the lateral flow immunoassay drug testing kits market.

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 12, 2009 -- Medical Disposables has announced today the promotion of Jennifer Munoz as new Vice President of Marketing. In her new role Munoz will be responsible for driving and managing all aspects of the company's marketing efforts in the national and international drug test markets, and to obtain new channels of opportunities for the company sales department. Munoz's main focus will be develop marketing strategies to expand the company presence and visibility in the lateral flow immunoassay drug testing kits market. She will lineup with the company vertical growth strategies and her high impact marketing programs to continue the expansion and presence in the world for the lateral flow immunoassay onsite drug test and infectious disease test market. Another aspect will be to research and develop the Home Drug Test market which has grown exponentially in the pass years in the U.S. and internationally.

Munoz explains, "The most important goal is to have Medical Disposables gain top of the mind awareness for the drug test market with the customer who will associate the high quality drug test products and excellence in customer service with company. Also take charge of all the challenges that daily exist in the drug test global market and have an exceptional ROI for all the projects we put in place. We must strengthen our team approach whereby the company will assist local and international distributors in maximizing opportunities to capture large accounts and governmental clients. Also provide our distributors with additional information regarding effective selling strategies for drug testing kits in the workplace markets as well as a review of current competition, the latest product enhancements, and new variations."

Jennifer Munoz joined Medical Disposables since June 2006 and has a worked in marketing department implementing an excellent Customer Relationship Management program that has helped increase company customer's loyalty. Since joining the company Munoz has proven her outstanding ability to create and develop ideas to promote our products to reach more customers. Medical Disposables looks forward to her effectiveness to communicate and implement marketing programs that will help the sales department to achieve their goals in a more successful way to introduce new products and keep strong bonds with the company national and international accounts for drug screens. Prior to Medical Disposables Munoz worked with Colombian Productions in Medellin, Colombia. Her position as Event Logistics and Public Relation Coordinator she implemented programs to improve attendance at local events. Her effective programs with local media and the artists in which concerts benefited from free coverage from the media and the artist boosted his image with free public relation and the effect was more audience attendance.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services drug use in the workplace costs U.S. companies more than $81 billion a year in turnover and lost productivity. The U.S. drug testing market has grown rapidly in recent years and is now valued at more than $1.5 billion annually. Medical Disposables is a privately own Biomedical Technology company who supplies the most advanced line of professional onsite drug tests and infectious disease test to professionals in the United States and worldwide. Medical Disposables high quality lateral flow immunoassay onsite drug testing and infectious disease test kits, produce by FDA approved manufacturer, reduce critical time in the substance abuse market to diagnose and detect the use of drugs, making Medical Disposables one of the leaders of the lateral flow immunoassay onsite drug test market in the United States and internationally. The company's global distributor's network targets the workplace, physicians, correctional, clinical, educational and home drug test markets.

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