Lush Founder Invests in MOJO Hair

 Nice piece about MOJO Hair!

 

Miami Herald

London, England - August 4, 2016

Andrew Gerrie, the co-founder of the handmade cosmetics brand Lush has become a shareholder in MOJO Hair, the new premium male grooming and styling brand. MOJO Hair products offer a unique blend of pro-salon performance and luxury fragrance and are packaged in distinctive glass jars that feature an eye-catching retro twist design.

Mr Gerrie’s investment is a further boost to MOJO Hair following their recent success in a UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) competition that rewarded the brand with an opportunity to showcase their stylish products to potential US distributors. Under the theme ‘Great British Design in New York’, MOJO Hair won the opportunity to exhibit at the NY NOW in 2015, the leading American trade show for lifestyle,home and gift retailers. Since the show MOJO Hair has secured distribution in the USA.

MOJO Hair founder, Paul Adrian (former Global Sales & Marketing Director of the King of Shaves Company ltd), who created the premium product range commented, “Andrew Gerrie is someone I respect and admire greatly and his knowledge and experience will be invaluable as we build the MOJO Hair brand. I am proud and excited that Andrew shares our belief in the products and I am looking forward to working with him as we move towards our goal of becoming a leading global premium men’s grooming brand."

Mr Gerrie shares Paul’s excitement for MOJO’s future - “The combination of Paul’s passion and industry experience alongside the brand’s style and product quality has given me the belief that MOJO Hair can become a leading player in the male grooming industry. I’m excited to be part of the journey and am looking forward to a great year for the brand”.

Currently available to buy on AmazonOcado, MankindLookfantastic, The Hut and Barber Blades, MOJO Hair is expecting 2016 to be a big year for the brand as it goes from strength to strength in the UK and continues to explore further international expansion following the recent launches in South Africa, India and Israel.


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