NetworkNewsBreaks – Geyser Brands Inc. (TSX.V: GYSR) Appoints Seasoned Life Sciences Executive to Board of Directors

Geyser Brands (TSX.V: GYSR) announced key appointments to its leadership team recently, including the addition of Dr. Bin Huang to the company’s board of directors (http://nnw.fm/0VyV1). An article discussing the company reads, “Joining the board of directors is Dr. Bin Huang, a seasoned, life-sciences executive with experience in strategy and new business development, financing and public markets, corporate governance and operations management in North America and Asia. She most recently served as CEO of Emerald Health Therapeutics Inc. and has held senior-management roles in both startups and Fortune 500 corporations. Huang holds a PhD in plant cell biology from the University of East Anglia, UK, and an MBA from the University of Toronto, Canada. . . . ‘The board of directors are extremely pleased that Dr. Huang has accepted our offer to join our growing company,’ Brad Kersch, chairman of the board, stated in a news release. ‘Her depth of experience in life sciences and her leadership demonstrated in the corporate world, particularly in the cannabis industry, will provide unparalleled value and oversight to the company’s development.’”

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About Geyser Brands Inc.

Geyser Brands builds health-based, hemp-CBD consumer products in the nutraceutical, cosmetics, food and beverage and pet sectors worldwide. R&D investment in NanoFusion, a proprietary all-natural nanotechnology, delivers topical, cream, beverages and baked goods, oil, and tincture formulations with superior bioavailability and water solubility. Geyser Brands owns a Health Canada licensed producer (“LP”) in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, that holds cultivation and processing licenses and is anticipating its R&D and sales licenses. The company is exclusively focusing on leveraging these assets to provide the regulatory infrastructure for its global brands and distribution strategy, acquiring hemp- and plant-based brands and infusing them with new CBD product lines in jurisdictions where the therapeutic ingredient is legal. The company’s proprietary NanoFusion technology surrounds oils and solves for the insolubility of CBD. Geyser Brands will utilize both of its GM-licensed facilities in British Columbia for the manufacturing and international distribution of its hemp- and CBD-based products. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GeyserBrands.com.

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