What's Happening with CooperVision in 2010

Posted by Dennis Murphy on Thursday, January 28, 2010

On the heels of an invigorating and motivating North America Annual Sales Meeting, I’d like to share with you what CooperVision has planned for 2010. Now more than ever, CooperVision is committed to our partnership with you, the practitioner. This year, we are expanding our sales and sales support organizations, while focusing our expanding resources on not only bringing you the best lenses in the industry, but also on managing both excellent patient care and a very successful practice.

The average industry experience across our sales force is 15 years, with an average of nearly ten years of sales experience with CooperVision. With this high level of industry expertise and passion, the CooperVision sales team can offer you a perspective on our industry and the world of contact lenses that is truly unique. In addition to the largest offering of contact lenses intended to fit the wide spectrum of your patient needs, in 2010 we will continue to offer resources, continuing education, and tools to help you get the most out of your patient visit. 

            We are also increasing our marketing efforts. Be on the lookout for new and exciting campaigns that will bring you tools and marketing programs to leverage social media specifically for your practice!  Be sure to ask your CooperVision Account Executive about these exciting programs. Our Research & Development team has a multitude of initiatives in 2010, including a substantial new product pipeline. Stay tuned to On Eye and coopervision.com to hear more.

            At CooperVision, we understand your business is all about your customer. For us, our business is all about you. We’re looking forward to building our partnerships with you in 2010.  As always, feel free to comment on here or ask any questions that are on your mind and we’ll get back to you!


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