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Become a Partner

We are currently seeking qualified parties who are interested in becoming a distributor for key overseas regions.
In order to become a distributor, you must demonstrate expertise and have established sales and distribution channels in the nutraceutical sector.
You will sell directly to retailers or end-users and provide beneficial feed-back from end users through pro-active communication channel in order to improve the range of BioAtlantis products.
To bring science to the consumers, BioAtlantis distributor must have an educated sale force in close contact to end users. Our partners are strong enough to represent BioAtlantis on a large scale while keeping our product at the forefront of their sale targets.


How to Apply
Please send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) addressing the following selection criteria:

  • 1.  Geographic region.
  • 2.  Organisational overview outlining your company’s structure and key personnel.
  • 3.  Market experience.
  • 4.  Market development strategies and tactics to penetrate the segment.
  • 5.  Provide an overview of how our products can be incorporated into your product range and marketing strategies.
  • 6.  Commitment to financing an initial stock order and minimum volume ordering arrangement.
Latest News:

Animal health project “Thrive-Rite” discussed on RTE Radio 1

Professor John O’Doherty, University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, appeared on RTE Radio 1’s Bright Sparks programme on 29th of June 2015 and discussed “Thrive-Rite” (http://www.thriverite.eu), an EU FP7 project coordinated by BioAtlantis Ltd. Click on the podcast link below and scroll ahead to 53 minutes to hear Professor O’Doherty describe the research taking place in UCD and Truly Irish Country Foods Ltd. and how molecules from seaweed (manufactured by BioAtlantis Ltd) may be used as effective replacements to the use of in feed antibiotics in pig and poultry production. Podcast: http://www.rte.ie/radio/utils/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=9%3A10434651%3A0%3A%3A


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