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Leafly Hires Veteran Product Executive Leslie Grandy as Chief Product Officer

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SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Leafly, the world’s leading destination to help people discover, find and buy cannabis, today announced the hiring of Leslie Grandy, a veteran product executive experienced in global markets, to the role of Chief Product Officer. As CPO, Grandy will lead product development for Leafly’s array of consumer and business products.

“Leslie is a seasoned technology leader with a track record of bringing world-class products to market,” said Leafly CEO Tim Leslie. “Her experience will help us continue to build and scale technology products that serve the needs of cannabis consumers, retailers and brands.”

Grandy has built breakthrough products for industry leaders such as Apple, T-Mobile, Best Buy and Discovery Communications. She also has provided product and innovation advisory services to Fortune 500 Companies including Starbucks, Oracle Utilities, and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.

“I am excited to build upon Leafly’s position as the leading information source for cannabis during this expansive time for the industry globally,” Grandy said. “We have an enormous opportunity to extend our support for the industry with innovative products and services that can help them confidently and intelligently interact in this fast-moving market.”

Leafly’s mission is to help people around the world discover, find and buy the best cannabis products for them. Consumers can use Leafly’s website and mobile app to learn about the right products for their lifestyle and wellness needs, find those products safely and efficiently, and buy them from licensed and regulated dispensaries or retail stores.

With more than 10 million people visiting Leafly monthly and more than 1.4 million user-generated strain, product and dispensary reviews, Leafly has one of the largest and most engaged audiences in the cannabis industry.

ABOUT LEAFLY

As the world’s largest cannabis information resource, Leafly’s mission is to help people discover, find and buy cannabis and to empower cannabis businesses to attract and retain loyal customers through advertising and technology services. Learn more at www.leafly.com or download the five-star rated Leafly mobile app through Apple’s App Store or Google Play.

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