Cannabis vape and accessories company Greenlane Holdings CMO Sasha Kadey announced his resignation from the company on February 20, a securities filing reveals.Kadey’s departure came days after Business Insider reported on 31 layoffs across Greenlane’s Florida and California offices.Click here for more BI Prime stories.
A key executive at cannabis-vaporizer and accessories company Greenlane Holdings resigned from the company on February 20, two days after the company laid off 31 employees in its Florida and California offices, per a securities filing reviewed by Business Insider.The executive, former chief marketing officer Sasha Kadey, officially left the company on February 28, the filing says. Kadey told Business Insider over the phone that he’ll stay on as a strategic advisor to Greenlane for six months, focused on brand-building.Kadey said he remains a shareholder in Greenlane and has “tremendous faith” in the company and it’s “medium and long-term trajectory.””I’ve been working nonstop since I graduated college building brands for employes,” Kadey said. “It’s 2020, it’s a new decade, I wanted to operate on my own and with a larger platform, building brands that I own.”Kadey updated his LinkedIn page to “Founder and CEO” at the Small Circle Group.
In a statement provided after this story was published, a spokesperson for Greenlane said Kadey stepped down to pursue other opp
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