Laserfibre proudly introduces its product string and accessory line under new ownership. Owned by industry veterans, Laserfibre not only provides the marketplace with high-quality products, but also benefits from the proven leadership of its well-respected principals.
Curt Dailey serves as CEO of Laserfibre, LLC. His primary role is to oversee Global Sales, manufacturing and product innovation while maintaining a strong focus on customer partnerships. Curt re-launched Laserfibre after a successful 20+ year career within the tennis industry. Previous roles include Sales Manager and Product Development for companies including Prince, Gamma and Tecnifibre USA.
Josh Hausman serves as Director of Sales and Marketing for Laserfibre, LLC. Within this position, he will oversee domestic sales, marketing and promotions. Josh transitions into this role after a career with Adidas as a Regional Sales Manager and Key Accounts Manager. Prior to this, he was responsible for various sales and marketing roles at Tecnifibre USA. He started his career in tennis as the Head Coach at USC Upstate and later as Men's Assistant at Georgia Tech.
Paul Kid serves as Director of Operations and Product Development for Laserfibre, LLC. As a member of the Laserfibre Management Team, Paul will support domestic and international sales, marketing and product development efforts for Laserfibre. After serving as Vice President of Sales and Product Development with Pro Kennex for all Racquet Sports divisions, Hockey and Golf, Paul assumed the position of General Manager for Tecnifibre USA. Prior to embarking on his sporting goods industry career path in 1987, Paul, a member of the USPTA since 1984, was the Head Coach of Baylor University Women’s Tennis Team from 1984-1987.
Tim Tsai partners with Laserfibre, LLC. to provide sourcing, quality assurance and R&D. Tim is a 20+ year sporting goods industry veteran spending 16 years with Wilson Sporting Goods working out of the Taiwan office. Tim specialized in tennis products- racquets, balls and accessories. Tim also spent 4 years with Head/Penn Sports and played a key role in providing technical leadership in the opening of Penn China based tennis ball factory.