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Green Innovations expands board

November 4, 2013

Green Innovations has appointed Philip Rundle, the company's current CEO, and Charles Andrews, to its board of directors.

Rundle spent 16 years with Kimberly-Clark, a $21 billion international consumer goods and Fortune 500 company. In 1999, after holding various positions, including marketing director and business unit director, for Kimberly-Clark in South Africa and the U.S., Rundle was named vice president, Central and Eastern Europe. In 2003, he was named vice president of NATO brand development, which brought him back to the U.S. In this role, he led the effort to revitalize revenue and profit growth and directed an international team of employees. Over the past three years, Rundle was CEO of Oasis Brands and Mercury Paper, a leading Asia paper and pulp company. His most recent endeavor prior to joining the Green Innovations as CEO in April 2013 was as a consultant for a private equity company where he advised on potential acquisitions in consumer packaged goods.

Andrews has over 35 years of diverse business experience in legal, mining, manufacturing, software development and not-for-profit entities on a domestic and international level. Andrews' experience comes from serving as CFO for a Vancouver-based Canadian junior mining concern and as a division controller for a Denver-based Fortune 500 mining and manufacturing company, Amoco Minerals Company, a division of Standard Oil of Indiana. Andrews has substantial experience in accounting/financial reporting, auditing, SEC reporting, SOX compliance, budgeting, and banking and financing, equipment leasing, benefit plans administration, and IT systems development and implementation.

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