Calf-Tel Welcomes Mikaela Schneider as the Newest Addition to the European Team

Oberdischingen, Germany  [September, 2nd 2021] – Calf-Tel proudly welcomes onboard the very first Marketing Coordinator to the German office. Ms. Schneider will be responsible for building brand awareness and marketing efforts in all of Europe.

“I am greatly looking forward to advancing marketing efforts in the European market. I have been given the eminent opportunity to make Calf-Tel the #1 calf hutch brand overseas and am determined to work fervently towards this goal,”      says Ms. Schneider.

Ms. Schneider has formally undergone two marketing internships in the diverse industries of IT and environmental science, and will apply her expertise to optimize the website, strengthen the advertising and social media presences as well as attend important trade shows across Europe.

“We are very pleased to have Mikaela on board and I am confident she will contribute greatly to promoting Calf-Tel through our social media, print and other media and advertising efforts, ” says Bernd Kleiner, Managing Director in Germany.

Ms. Schneider is from the Midwest and currently resides in the south of Germany. She completed her Master’s of Global Business at the University of Victoria in British Colombia, Canada and her B.S. in Business Administration at Chapman University in Orange, California. New to the agricultural industry, she is excited to learn a lot and give this industry a kickstart to what a solid marketing plan can achieve.

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