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Canopy Growth names Chung and Bigioni to key roles

Nov. 1, 2017, Smiths Falls, Ont. - Canopy Growth Corporation has announced that it has welcomed the founder of Stampede Management, Ted Chung, as a Strategic Advisor for Content Strategy to strengthen and leverage responsible brand opportunities for Tweed and other cannabis brands in the lead-up to the legal adult-use market in Canada.

November 1, 2017  By Canopy Growth

Mr. Chung has established himself as a thought leader and visionary in the cannabis media landscape as, among many notable accomplishments, a founder of MERRY JANE and an Executive Producer on the EMMY-Nominated television series Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Ted is also the longtime manager of cultural icon Snoop Dogg.

Ted’s joining builds upon the recent hiring of Dave Bigioni as the Chief Marketing Officer for all Canopy Growth brands. Mr. Bigioni joined the Company in August from an executive role at Molson Coors Brewing Company where he spent nine years in sales and marketing functions building one of Canada’s iconic beer brands.

Canopy Growth’s leadership team has developed a collaborative working relationship with Mr. Chung highlighted by the partnership established with Leafs By Snoop in Canada in 2016.

“I want to personally welcome Ted and Dave to the Canopy family,” said Mark Zekulin, President, Canopy Growth. “In a competitive media landscape that rewards innovative approaches to responsible education and awareness, they have proven their ability to create stories and moments that resonate with people. I look forward to collaborating with them and bringing the exciting story about the people, products and vision of Tweed and all Canopy brands to life.”


“Canopy Growth and Tweed are progressive leaders across the board for our industry. I look forward to creating a content strategy that is thoughtful of where cannabis business is today and valuable to how cannabis culture is adopted by the mainstream within a year,” commented Ted Chung.

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