Home Cannabis Farming Startup Seedo Recruits Pninat Yanay for Board
Seedo develops an automated device the approximate size of a mini-fridge that can be used to home-grow cannabis from seed to flower under controlled conditions
Yanay has been an attorney in Israel for 22 years, and has previously represented several African governments, according to the company’s filing.
In September, Seedo raised $2 million from Bethesda, Maryland-based company Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc.
The company delivered the first batch of its home cannabis farming device to customers in California and is looking to expand to markets in Africa, the company announced last month.