Hippo Premium Packaging (www.hippopackaging.com), announced that it has created new brand identities and marketing programs for three new cannabis companies located within California's famed " Emerald Triangle." The company also recently hired two additional account executives in Humboldt County to provide services and expertise to California's cannabis farming communities, as cultivators will be responsible for packaging their products in compliant systems as of January 1.

Hippo recently developed new brand identities, logos, and packaging design for three cannabis companies in Northern California. They are: Ganja Grove, KMB Farms, and Broken Arrow. Hippo created a comprehensive range of packaging solutions that meet California's new regulations for child-resistance, and also supplied an array of marketing solutions, including public relations and social media programs.

Kary Radestock, Founder and CEO of Hippo Premium Packaging said that the company is unique because it provides world-class solutions along with highly attentive customer service. "We know that the transition to a highly regulated market will be burdensome to many growers in California, so we have developed a team of incredibly talented individuals with expertise in child-resistant packaging, design, marketing and branding, to help farmers get ready and become compliant with the new rules that go into effect the first of the year," she said.

Hippo recently hired Laura, an industry professional with over 20-years of experience working with companies that include: Apple, Disney-Pixar, Dreamworks, Sony Imageworks, and Adobe.

The company also hired Amber, a noted pro with over 10-years experience helping companies grow market share by developing innovative advertising strategies, direct marketing programs, and creative merchandising solutions.

Both new hires will be based in Humboldt County to provide locally-based service to growers, producers, manufacturers and dispensaries in the region. The new Account Executives join Hippo's growing team that now includes personnel throughout Northern and Southern California andColorado.