Sarah Rowe

Meet the team: Sarah Rowe

Known for her positive outlook and love for animals and the outdoors, Sarah is our Regional Sales Manager for North-West Auckland. An energetic force for good at Topflite, she works hard to connect northern New Zealanders to our products. 

Sarah was drawn to Topflite by the homegrown values she saw in our people and the mindset we share in approaching nutrition and animal wellbeing. Her work as Regional Sales Manager involves travelling for face-to-face meetings with a range of retailers in the pet and lifestyle sector, as well as feeding back to the production and development team around the varying needs of her client base. Her optimism, ever-present smile and deep understanding of animal nutrition have already made Sarah a welcome visitor to our northern clients. 


Regional Sales Manager for North-West Auckland. 

How long have you worked at Topflite?  

One year and counting! 

What’s the best part of the job?  

I enjoy sharing the Topflite story and engaging with clients to help them understand our evolving market. I also enjoy being able to deliver solution-based products. 

What are your hobbies outside of work?  

I love to be active in nature, especially spending time outdoors with my family and going for runs in the forest with my sable border collie Ash. And more movement! Yoga, dancing, roller-skating… 

What is one thing you’d like people to know about working at Topflite?  

The team is amazing!  An eclectic bunch of good sorts! 

Do you have any pets?  

Too many! A dog, a horse, two cats, and two birds. 

What are your career goals?  

My goals are centred around constant growth and skill enhancement. Whilst dedicated to mastering my role, I want to become a strong communicator and help drive innovation and advancement within the company. Beyond personal career goals, I have a strong commitment to sustainability so I am passionate about creating a positive impact on society and the environment with our work here at Topflite.  

A favourite quote or phrase?  

“If you want to get something done, ask the busiest person to do it.”