Ascent Industries Corp. (CSE:ASNT) (“Ascent”) announces Garett Senez is joining the new Management Team to lead Marketing efforts for the company. Garett brings more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience for leading consumer brands. A dynamic leader, he brings a competitive edge and outstanding brand communications expertise to Ascent Industries. In his previous leadership roles at Emerald Health Therapeutics, SABMiller and L’Oreal, Garett demonstrated his depth of understanding of brands, and proved his capability to guide a diverse team of practitioners worldwide to a common goal and critical brand success in the marketplace. Garett brings the understanding of cannabis, world class beverage and packaged goods companies and the passion and insight into the key requirements for success at an entrepreneurial start-up company. A strategic thinker, Garett thrives in competitive work environments and has a passion for storytelling.
Ascent looks forward to Garett’s contributions and insights as Ascent works to launch and establish world class brands. “I am pleased to welcome Garett to the new Management Team of Ascent and plan to continue building the Team with the best talent to deliver on our vision of a world that lives better through cannabis,” said CEO Paul Dillman.
About Ascent Industries Corp.
The Company’s operations currently include facilities Oregon and Nevada in the United States. In the United States, the Company holds licenses in Oregon (for processing and for distribution of cannabis to any licensed entity in the state) and in Nevada (for cultivation and for production, processing and wholesale distribution of cannabis).
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