Soft-spoken, clean-cut and often donning a crisp shirt, tie and suit, Brendan Kennedy doesn’t exactly scream rebel. But the 43-year-old co-founder and CEO of Privateer Holdings could be considered somewhat of a rule-breaker, at least inside his company. When Kennedy and his partners Christian Groh and Michael Blue founded Privateer in 2010, they mapped out a crystal clear strategy: build well-known brands that take the marijuana industry out of the counter-culture margins and bring it into the mainstream.
Tilray Inc. will be profitable in Canada in the “next quarter or two” and in Europe in the next two to three quarters, according to Chief Executive Officer Brendan Kennedy. The pot producer’s stock jumped as much as 8.9 per cent following Kennedy’s comments... click to watch video