Gregg is CEO of Growcentia, parent company of Mammoth Microbes. Based in Fort Collins, CO, Growcentia manufactures organically derived microbial plant growth stimulants that enable growers to maximize the yield and health of various crops. Mammoth P® – Growcentia’s first product, was developed by its founders at Colorado State University and is a patented microbial biostimulant that naturally liberates phosphorus and micronutrients to maximize plant growth and yields. Prior to joining Growcentia, Gregg founded Charlemagne Global Advisory, a strategy and operations advisory firm for both for profit and not for profit entities. Projects and initiatives of CGA have been in and around the incubation and acceleration of early and development stage start-up ventures as well as more mature enterprises. The company was listed twice (both times in the top 10) by INC. magazine in the INC. 500. Cumulative revenues under Gregg’s presidency exceeded $2 billion. Previous to founding CGA, Gregg was the President and/or Managing Director of numerous associated companies delivering a broad spectrum of management consulting and other professional services. Gregg is a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of Global Leadership at Tufts University and he serves as the Co-Managing Director of the Simon School of Business, University of Rochester, NY school’s venture capital fund. Gregg is a past member of the Simon School’s Executive Advisory Board and of the Board of Governors of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot Israel. Gregg was a member of the US Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Council, its Homeland Security Task Force, its International Policy Council and its Business Civic Leadership Council.
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