Apr 9, 2018
Job appointed USA business manager for STK Bio-ag

STK Bio-ag technologies, the Israel-based company in botanical-based and hybrid biopesticides for sustainable food protection and aquaculture, has appointed Neal Job to the position of USA business manager.

In his new position Job will be responsible for continuing the successful rollout of Timorex Gold, a botanical-based biofungicide in the U.S., which has already been approved by 40 US States, is used in over 30 countries worldwide

Job will also be continuing the successful rollout of new AVIV, a ‘low-dose’ microbial biofungicide (Bacillus subtilis), which delivers broad spectrum disease control in both soil and on plant surfaces. AVIV is currently approved for use in 26 states.

Job has experience as a VP managing partner, in Cultiva LLC. He also served as a director of U.S. sles for Marrone Bio Innovations, and was a sales lead for Syngenta.

Job has a B.S. in Agri Business Marketing from California Polytechnic State University. He also holds a California Pest Control Advisor’s License and California Qualified Applicator License, and has served as President of the Kern CAPCA Chapter.

STK CEO Guy Elitzur said, “STK is pleased to have Neal Job as a key member of our team, heading one of our most important markets. Neal is a longtime expert on biopesticides generally, is highly experienced in the technologies of STK, and is well-positioned to continue helping growers, PCA’s and others along the food supply chain as USA business manager.”

“I’m happy to join STK Bio-ag technologies and look forward to introducing many more US growers and others to the benefits of Timorex Gold and other STK technologies, including resistance management, residue reduction, faster arrival to retail, longer shelf life at retail, and  greater competitiveness in U.S. and international export markets,” Job said.

Above: Neal Job


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