Hygentech, OTC: MYHI Divested from Cannabis Industry
October 13, 2021
Company is no longer affiliated with cannabis industry and now entirely focused as a pure-play health and hygiene solution organization.
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Company is no longer affiliated with cannabis industry and now entirely focused as a pure-play dedicated entirely to innovating and delivering high quality and dependable hygiene solutions to keep people safe.
Scottsdale, AZ. Hygentech, after a divesture via recission agreement of GPS Associates Inc., reported on May 17, 2021, is no longer in any manner affiliated with the Cannabis industry. These actions are in keeping with Hygentech’s stated strategic mission to become the worldwide leader in innovating and delivering high-quality and dependable hygiene solutions to keep people safe in public places.
“Hygentech’s stated strategy and mission is focused upon providing transformative hygiene solutions through product and category innovation while leveraging strong distribution infrastructure now in place with Certain Supply, our flagship subsidiary. Our strategy is clearly enhanced with no longer having any affiliation to the Cannabis industry.” Raymond Watt, Chairman and CEO of Hygentech
About [Hygentech / MYHI]
Hygentech is committed to becoming the worldwide leader in innovating and delivering high-quality and dependable hygiene solutions to keep people safe in public places. As evidenced by COVID-19; there is an urgent need for innovation in hygiene technologies, the world needs better products that have essentially been unchanged since the 1918 flu. Every school, office and public place needs a dependable source of high-quality hygiene solutions; too many venders have sold poor products and have not been dependable. We exist to solve both innovation and dependability; to help keep people safe and allow the world to operate and thrive.
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