Diversity is in Our Nature

In nature, biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity. Each species, from the largest to the smallest, all have important roles to play. This can help ecosystems better resist and recuperate from natural disasters.

Those who have investment portfolios constantly hear that they should diversify, so as not to have excessive exposure to risk in a concentrated area.

Here at Peptides International, diversity has been part of our “investment strategy” since our inception. Sure, our name describes what we do (selling peptides internationally) but also who does it (an international staff making those peptides). Among our current or former roster of employees, there are people originating from China, Cuba, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Latvia, Nicaragua, Philippines, and Poland, listing just a small sample.

Hiring and promoting men and women from a wide range of backgrounds – different social and economic circumstances, ethnicities, experiences, beliefs and countries – has made PI certainly more diverse, but also in turn, a much, much stronger company and one of its qualities we are most proud of!

For more of the importance of diversity in the scientific workforce, please click the following link: http://www.nature.com/news/diversity-1.15913

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Robert Brousseau

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Robert Brousseau, the Director of Marketing and Catalog Sales Development at Peptides International, has a wide range of responsibilities that include maintaining the Peptides International brand integrity and creating and implementing all materials related to marketing the company's product line. He is also tasked with the catalog portfolio sales.  Since joining the company in 2004, he has incorporated media that now includes printed material such as product brochures and the long-running PEPNET newsletter, along with the company Website, social media, email and other outlets.  Additionally, he assists the staff with IT issues they encounter.  Bob has a background in graphic design, marketing, and advertising, in addition to project management and packaging.  He received his B.A. in Art from the University of Louisville, with additional post-graduate studies in education and design.