High Hampton Engages California Branding Agency to support build out of brand identity across its portfolio
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TORONTO, May 30, 2019 /CNW/ – High Hampton Holdings Corp. (CSE: HC) (FSE: 0HCN) (“High Hampton” or the “Company“), a cannabis brand and distribution company in the U.S. market, today announced that it has engaged Los Angeles based brand venture studio Bad Supper to support the build out of its brand identity and that of its growing brands portfolio.
In February 2019, the Company had announced a shift in strategy to being “brand and consumer forward” with fully integrated underlying capabilities that span the cannabis market. The Bad Supper team will work with High Hampton to manage brand and product strategy for all current and future consumer marketing initiatives of High Hampton’s house of brands.
“As more and more consumers leave the black market and turn to licensed outlets for their products, there is space in this rapidly growing industry to innovate and react in real time to quantified consumer demands,” said Gary Latham, CEO of High Hampton Holdings. “This on-demand strategy needs a strong branding presence and consistent quality products; the partnership with Bad Supper is an important part of executing on this strategy. Their experience with well-known brands within and beyond the cannabis industry, most notably Eaze and Beats Electronics, provides an ideal fit as we move forward.”
“Because of High Hampton’s “product on demand” business model, they have the capability to conceptualize, produce, and manufacture a product from start to finish,” says Abe Cortes, Bad Supper partner and creative director. “Through this partnership, branding, creative and product design become an integrated part of the full lifecycle.”
About High Hampton Holdings
High Hampton Holdings Corp. is a Canadian-based cannabis sector brand and distribution company emerging as a true vertical integrator in California’s legal cannabis space serving recreational and wellness markets. The Company’s U.S. holdings are comprised of assets set up as a vertical stack including a distribution arm through BRAVO DISTRO; branding, packaging, manufacturing & processing carried out through MOJAVE JANE and CALIGOLD; and cultivation to scale via COACHELLAGRO and 420 REALTY. Operating out of licensed strategic locations within the state, High Hampton is leveraging its brand-focused business model to generate sustainable profits delivering quality product by recognized brands.
About Bad Supper
Bad Supper is a brand venture studio based in Los Angeles that specializes in forward thinking product design, marketing and branding. More than just a gun for hire, Bad Supper concepts and builds original products in-house from the ground up, while also partnering with strategic companies to bring ideas to life. By merging regulated category experience, contacts and capital, founding partners Abe Cortes and Taylor Davies have built a creative ecosystem where anything can be made. Previous partners include made by Science, AB InBev, Eaze, Hustler, Toyota, Beats and many others. For more, visit badsupper.com .
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Marijuana Industry Involvement
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High Hampton Holdings Corp.
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