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Matrix Meats Announces Five Key Hires to Enter Next Stage of Growth

Matrix Meats, Inc., an Ohio based developer of nanofiber scaffolds for the production of cell cultivated meat, enters a new phase of growth with the addition of five new team members as interest in the cell-based category continues to rise internationally. The hiring surge marks an important milestone for the company, which achieved oversubscribed investment from companies such as Unovis Asset Management, CPT Capital, Siddhi Capital and Clear Current Capital. Devan Ohst is heading Matrix Meats’ laboratory as the new Director of Research and Development. Transitioning from his background in regenerative medicine and medical devices, he boasts an impressive résumé, with over eight years in advanced material engineering. Ohst will oversee Matrix Meats’ technical operations, research activity, and act as a liaison for the company’s …


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Former Head of Red Bull Hired as CEO of Future Farm USA to Spearhead Entry Into North America

Following Successful Launches in 23 countries throughout Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific; Future Farm, one of the fastest-growing plant-based meat companies on a global level and a winner of Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas 2020, announces that former head of Red Bull North America Alexandre Ruberti has been hired as CEO of its US business. “Breaking into the world’s most-powerful economy as a new brand in a burgeoning category couldn’t be done without the experience, dedication and expertise of a leader like Alexandre Ruberti“ After just celebrating its second anniversary since its foundation, Future Farm will utilize the experience and expertise brought by CEO Alexandre Ruberti, former U.S. President of Red Bull Distribution Company (RBDC) and Executive Vice President of Sales for Red Bull …


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KVD Beauty Gets Image Refresh, Hires Tattoo Scene ‘It Girl’ as Global Director of Tattoo Artistry

KVD caused a stir in the industry back in 2008 with its unconventional approach to beauty, at a time when people with tattoos were not considered part of the mainstream. Founded by tattoo artist and TV personality Katherine Von Drachenberg, AKA Kat Von D, who sold the brand to Kendo, the cruelty-free cosmetics producer now unveils an updated brand image as it continues as KVD Beauty.