Donors, Egg Donation, Surrogacy

Fertility SOURCE Companies Continues Rapid Growth with Record-Breaking First Quarter

04.28.11 | Comment?

Fertility SOURCE Companies, parent company of The Donor SOURCE, The Surrogacy SOURCE and Prospective Families, has announced record-breaking earnings for the first quarter of 2011. The financial growth of the company is reflected in a number of key areas. Fertility SOURCE Companies has doubled the size of its headquarters, expanded their professional team and dramatically increased donor and surrogate matches despite a sputtering economy.

The recent success of Fertility SOURCE Companies (FSC), one of the largest egg donor and surrogacy agencies in the United States, is attributed to their high quality services, dedicated staff and new business development strategies.

“The people at FSC genuinely care about what they do. They don’t view their jobs as just work. Every staff member has a personal story in their past that makes them passionate about creating pathways to parenthood.” – Jacqlyn Rough, Director of Business Development

The staff of Fertility SOURCE Companies has been instrumental to the company’s growth, providing intended parents, donors and surrogates with exceptional service. Donor and Surrogate case managers are located throughout the country in the area of the fertility centers they are servicing. They work closely with those fertility centers in order to provide recipient parents with the most attentive care possible.

“Having personal experience with surrogacy themselves, all of our surrogate case managers are able to offer a unique level of compassion and insight into the process.” – Jamie Williams, Surrogate Program Director

“Our donor case managers possess a unique blend of responsibility and compassion that allows trust from the recipient couples they work with.” – Donna Raidy, Director of Donor Case Management

At FSC, recipient parents have access to one of the largest online interactive databases in the country with over 1250 donors and 25 surrogates from a variety of backgrounds. All potential donors and surrogates must complete a rigorous screening process, which only yields a 2% pass rate. The stringent standards result in an exceptional pool of candidates. The focus on high quality donors and surrogates versus high quantity, has earned Fertility SOURCE Companies trust and respect within the fertility community.

In 2011, business development strategies have been put into effect to increase exposure by reaching out to fertility practices across the country. This has helped to raise awareness about available services, identify customer needs and develop new connections in the fertility world. FSC also utilized its strong web presence to create new business opportunities through a variety of online marketing strategies.

“FSC has cultivated a dominant position on the web in terms of search engine presence and social media marketing, through both internal initiatives and the help of trusted provider I.V. Interactive.” – Susan Bloom, Director of Donor Recruitment and Marketing

Fertility SOURCE Companies has experienced tremendous growth both financially and internally in the first quarter of 2011. As a dynamic organization aiming to cultivate their business, Fertility SOURCE Companies is optimistic that trend will continue throughout the year.

“Our outstanding performance in the first quarter of 2011 is a reflection of the strong support we enjoy in the fertility world for both our egg donation and surrogacy divisions. Our people, organization, systems, and surrogate and egg donor databases are all responsible for the commanding position we enjoy among Third Party Reproduction agencies. We expect to continue our strong performance throughout 2011 notwithstanding any difficulties in the overall economic environment. We appreciate the support given to us by the fertility world and intend to continue to give back superior service to their patients.” – Steve Masler, CEO

Learn more about Fertility SOURCE Companies at http://www.fertilitysourcecompanies.com.


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