Taylor will identify and evaluate licensing and acquisition opportunities, establish distribution networks for the company's branded suite of products, and open new markets for expansion in North America.
"We are building and strengthening our organization with seasoned talent to better position us for growth. Josh's addition to our business development division will be invaluable as we progress to the next stage of our development. We are delighted to welcome Josh to the team," said Brayden Sutton, president and chief executive officer of 1933 Industries.
Taylor's experience includes sales, marketing and business development roles. As the co-founder of a cannabis start-up, Taylor received two High Times Cannabis Cup awards and a Diamond Cup award for solvent-less concentrates.
Shares of 1933 Industries were at C$0.41 on Monday.
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