Operations veteran of wine, CPG and tech industries to drive growth and operational excellence
MARKHAM, ON, June 22, 2017 /CNW/ - MedReleaf Corp. (TSX: LEAF), ("MedReleaf"), Canada's first and only ISO 9001 and ICH-GMP certified cannabis producer, announced today that Donald Courtney has been
"Wine, technology, food and CPG are all very relevant to the future of the global cannabis industry and we are very pleased to welcome Don to our leadership team given his impressive track record in these industries," said Neil Closner, CEO of MedReleaf. "Don brings the operational expertise necessary to support our continued growth while maintaining our industry-leading standards of product quality and production excellence."
Mr. Courtney brings to MedReleaf a wealth of relevant experience including senior operational roles at Vincor International, Canada's largest wine company at the time of its acquisition by Constellation Brands. Mr. Courtney has also held operations and management roles with both Pepsi Canada and Mars Incorporated as well as a number of technology companies including LG Electronics Canada where he served as COO.
"MedReleaf has built an industry lead in production and operational excellence and I am thrilled to be joining MedReleaf's world-class management team," said Don Courtney, COO of MedReleaf. "I look forward to leveraging my experience to help increase this lead as well as help prepare for the upcoming needs of the recreational market."
MedReleaf sets The Medical Grade Standard™ for cannabis in Canada and around the world. The first and only ICH-GMP and ISO 9001 certified cannabis producer in North America, MedReleaf is a R&D-driven company dedicated to patient care, scientific innovation, research and advancing the understanding of the therapeutic benefits of cannabis. Sourced from around the world and perfected in one of two state of the art facilities in Ontario, MedReleaf delivers a variety of premium products to patients seeking safe, consistent and effective medical cannabis.
For more information on MedReleaf, its products, research and how the company is helping patients #livefree, please visit MedReleaf.com or follow @medreleafcanada.
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SOURCE MedReleaf Corp.
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