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NutraClick Unveils New 22,000 Square-Foot Corporate Headquarters in Downtown Boston

10/07/2013 | 08:03am US/Eastern

Rapidly Expanding Global Health and Wellness Products Company With More than 220 Employees Adds Three Senior Executives to Support its Growth

NutraClick, a technology-driven health and wellness products company, today announced its new corporate headquarters on School Street in Downtown Boston. With more than 100 employees located in the new space, the company also announced the appointment of three key executives to its leadership team to support its strategic growth initiatives driven by product innovation and global expansion. The new executives include Steve Wietrecki, Chief Financial Officer; Carl Schwartz, Vice President of Acquisition and Retention Marketing; and Brian Walker, Vice President of Engineering.

Formerly Hungry Fish Media, NutraClick strengthens its executive leadership team at a pivotal time of expansion, with the relocation to its new 22,091 square-foot corporate headquarters to accommodate more than 100 employees at its downtown Boston location. The company also has 120 employees at its customer care and sales office location in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Since NutraClick's launch in 2009 with its flagship product, Force Factor, the company has created five more brands including Peak Life, Stages of Beauty, Bona Clara, Femme Factor and ProbioSlim, with more than 100 products now available online and in more than 30,000 retail stores including GNC, CVS and Walmart.

"NutraClick's new corporate headquarters is a major milestone for our company. It will be the location where we spearhead our innovation and product development to revolutionize the health and wellness industry," said Daniel Wallace, CEO and co-founder at NutraClick.

"We are also excited to expand our high performance team with truly talented leaders to better position NutraClick for continued growth. We are dedicated to making our products available across the globe and building a sophisticated technology and logistics infrastructure capable of supporting such an expansion. These three executives will play instrumental roles, alongside the entire leadership team, to help execute and drive this vision."

As Chief Financial Officer, Steve Wietrecki brings strategic and operational expertise to help accelerate NutraClick through its next stages of growth. With more than 20 years of experience, Wietrecki has helped public and private companies model, raise and deploy capital. Before joining NutraClick, he held a variety of executive leadership positions with companies including Backupify, iPhrase Technologies, ON Technology and Texas Instruments.

Carl Schwartz joins as Vice President of Acquisition and Retention Marketing and is responsible for growing the company's customer acquisition and retention efforts. Schwartz brings more than 19 years of acquisition marketing experience, previously helping Lycos, Monster.com and Cheapflights.com grow into massive internet businesses.

Brian Walker, Vice President of Engineering, leads the technology team with the strategic technical direction and execution as well as continual optimization of day-to-day engineering operations. Walker's 25-plus-year career spans across a range of high-volume consumer applications and mission-critical enterprise software, working with early-age startups such as Gameface Media and Azigo as well as high-growth enterprises including Fast Search & Transfer and Kana.

About NutraClick

NutraClick is a technology-driven health and wellness products company committed to enriching consumers' lives. The company's award-winning brands include Force Factor, Peak Life, Stages of Beauty, Bona Clara, Femme Factor, and ProbioSlim. Headquartered in Boston, Mass., NutraClick leverages the power of online marketing to drive multi-channel demand. NutraClick products are available online and in more than 30,000 retail locations globally, including GNC, CVS and Walmart. For additional information, please visit www.nutraclick.com and follow us on Twitter.

NutraClick
Shannon Costello, 781-366-2457
scostello@nutraclick.com


© Business Wire 2013
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