Prior to his role at GreenGro, Burden has held senior executive and consulting roles in both federal and traditional business.
ANAHEIM, Calif., April 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTC: GRNH), an established provider of eco-friendly green technologies for the cannabis industry, announced today that it has appointed Matthew Burden as its interim Chief Executive Officer.
Burden is an 18-year veteran in the federal sector as a government contractor. Mr. Burden brings a broad range of operations, business and senior management experience to the Company. Mr. Burden will succeed James Haas as CEO, who will still maintain his role as Chairman of the Board.
“I am looking forward to leveraging my expertise in the government sector, which is particularly valuable in the cannabis industry, to benefit GreenGro and its shareholders,” said Burden. “As the Interim CEO, I will be working closely with the Board and our growing executive team to serve our expanding client base and execute on our growth strategy to bring revenue growth to the Company this year,” concluded Burden.
Prior to his role at GreenGro, Burden has held senior executive and consulting roles in both federal and traditional business. He was CEO/Operations Manager for Basco Group for nearly a decade, leading the company in its federal and military construction projects and contracts throughout the world. He was also Operations Manager at CopperTop Enterprises, Inc., where he managed daily operations and quality control for all of the company’s construction contracts and projects globally.
Most recently, Burden has served as an independent consultant providing project analysis, budgeting and other expertise to The Agency real estate firm. He holds a number of construction, government and related certifications.“On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are excited to have an executive with such broad experience and impressive track record as our new Interim CEO,” said James Haas, Chairman of the Board of GreenGro Technologies, Inc. “With nearly 20 years of experience working with the federal government, Matthew has a deep understanding of the evolving regulatory issues impacting the cannabis industry and how best to position GreenGro to capitalize on such expected changes. His unique background coupled with track record of growing successful companies makes him an ideal choice to lead GreenGro as its Interim CEO,” concluded Haas.
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About GreenGro Technologies, Inc.
GreenGro Technologies (OTC :GRNH) is a vertically-integrated provider of eco-friendly state-of-the-art technological solutions to the cannabis industry. The Company is a trusted partner to the cultivation, extraction, production and retail aspects of the cannabis market through a combination of three operating divisions that encompass extraction, CBD production and Genobreeding development. Each division is able to leverage the strengths of the other, creating a synergistic, efficient and highly profitable business model.
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