- Roto-Gro International (RGI) has appointed Michael Di Tommaso as its Chief Executive Officer
- Michael joined the company in 2018 as its Operations Manager and became the Chief Operations Officer in 2019
- He will take on the role from Adam Clode, who served as Roto-Gro’s CEO over the last two years
- Under Michael’s leadership, Roto-Gro will continue to execute purchase orders and licencing agreements which it secured during 2020
- Roto-Gro International is in the grey, and trading at 6.2 cents per share
Roto-Gro International (RGI) has appointed Michael Di Tommaso as its Chief Executive Officer.
Prior to joining Roto-Gro, Michael’s legal practice focused on the regulations related to Canadian cannabis legislation.
Michael first joined Roto-Gro in 2018, when he was employed as its Operations Manager. In his initial role, he was responsible for the company’s day-to-day operations at its research and design facility in Ontario, Canada.
In July 2019, Roto-Gro promoted Michael to the role of Chief Operations Officer, and also appointed him as an Executive Director of the company. He will now take on the role of CEO from Adam Clode, who served in Roto-Gro’s top job for the last two years.
Under Michael’s leadership, Roto-Gro will continue to execute purchase orders and licencing agreements which it secured during 2020. This includes the $2 million purchase order from Canniberia and technology licencing agreement with Verity Greens which the company entered in October and December 2020.
Roto-Gro’s new CEO, Michael Di Tommaso, commented that the company has the potential to be a market leader in the agricultural technology space.
“This potential is the very reason I joined the company in 2018, and why I now humbly accept the appointment as RotoGro’s CEO,” he said.
“RotoGro is remarkably unique, not only because of its proprietary innovative technologies but also its dedicated team behind the scenes, from our employees who work tirelessly at our facility in Ontario, to our Board of Directors,” he added.
Roto-Gro International is in the grey and trading at 6.2 cents per share at 1:06 pm AEDT.