Smoke Cartel started operations in Georgia in 2014 and as of July 2017, is traded on OTC Markets under the symbol SMKC. The focus of the Company’s business operations is to provide smoking accessories and glass pipes as an online retailer and wholesale distributor. The Company operates in different verticals within the online headshop industry, consisting of but not limited to sales of consumer products through online retail, sales of wholesale products to other retailers, design and manufacturing of branded products, and shipping and fulfillment services. Smoke Cartel is a household name in the headshop and glass industry, and its products can be found in retail stores across the US and internationally. The Company operates its online retail division through SmokeCartel.com and its wholes... [Read More]
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August 07, 2018
November 07, 2018
Executive Chairman (Director) and COO
Sean Geng is the Executive Chairman, Chief Operating Officer and director of Smoke Cartel. Mr. Geng co-founded Smoke Cartel in January 2013 and has acted as CEO for the past four years. In January 2013, Mr. Geng also founded and owned Kryptotrader, a cryptocurrency denominated securities trading and tracking platform. He sold the company after acting as CEO and CTO for one year. From May 2013 to September 2013, Mr. Geng worked as a Developer at Powered Analytics, a predictive analytics company in Pittsburgh that was acquired by Target Corporation. From January 2011 to January 2013, Mr. Geng served as Creative Director of Pixelmess, a full service design studio. He also studied Advertising at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Besides his managing position in Smoke Cartel. Mr. Geng is also a member of 13 Bricks Clothing's advisory board (part-time).
CEO and Chairman (Director)
Darby Cox is the Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and director of Smoke Cartel. Ms. Cox co-founded Smoke Cartel in January 2013 and has acted as Operations Manager for the past four years. Ms. Cox also leads the local Reform Georgia chapter, a group of activists organizing and working for the reform of local drug laws in the City of Savannah. Ms. Cox also previously founded the terrarium company SproutSouth in January 2014 and ran the company for a year (and no longer holds this position). Prior to this, Ms. Cox attended Savannah College of Art and Design and studied Service Design.
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