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Ray Carter Departs as Stemtech’s CEO

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Stemtech Corporation announced that Ray C. Carter, Jr. has stepped down as CEO. Carter founded the company in 2005. He cited personal reasons for the decision to step down, but said he would be accessible to the company on an as-needed basis. David Casanova has been promoted to president of Global Sales and Marketing with…

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David Casanova Named Stemtech VP of Global Markets

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Stemtech Corporation recently announced the appointment of David Casanova as vice president, Global Sales & Marketing. “We are thrilled that a world-class executive like David was interested in joining the Stemtech management group,” said Ray Carter, Stemtech CEO. “His passion, work ethic, experience and leadership will be a tremendous asset to the company.” Casanova brings…

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Stemtech Launches OraStem™ Toothpaste

Stemtech Launches OraStem

Stemtech Corporation recently announced its entry into the oral care category with the introduction of OraStem, an all-natural tooth-whitening toothpaste. “This is another major positive milestone for Stemtech Corporation,” said CEO Ray Carter. “It clearly demonstrates our product leadership in the consumer wellness space.” Stem cells are at the center of the body’s ability to…

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Stemtech Emerges with New Investors

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Stemtech, a global seller of nutritional products based in Pembroke Pines, Florida, has teamed up with new investment partners who will add significant value to the company in the areas of finance, product development and global strategic planning. Ray Carter, a director of many of the Stemtech sister companies around the world, said he views this as a major positive…

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Stemtech Is Not Closing its Business

In a story we posted online Dec. 18, 2017, and in our January issue of Direct Selling News, we incorrectly reported that Stemtech International, a global seller of nutritional products based in Pembroke Pines, Florida, had filed a motion with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to convert its Chapter 11 bankruptcy status to Chapter 7. It was…

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