Alan Gertner is the co-founder and CEO of Tokyo Smoke, a modern lifestyle business that is inclusive of Cannabis.
A lover of technology, design and everything in-between, Alan most recently led a $+100M organization at Google Asia Pacific. Alan is a proven leader in strategy and operations, including as a founding member of Google’s first Global Business Strategy team in California. Alan was formerly a Management Consultant at Oliver Wyman in New York and graduated Dean’s list from the Richard Ivey School of Business, Canada’s leading business school, in 2006. As a youngster, Alan spent every moment he could interning at wild and weird startups – from building flashy flash websites to developing and selling the garbage bin billboard.
An angel investor and advisor outside of Tokyo Smoke, Alan supports programs that empower the greater startup community, the cannabis movement and future generations of people pursuing their passions, including his own Time On Project (www.timeon.org) , dedicated to self disruption, mindfulness and winning at life.
Alan went to computer camp as a kid, he reads too much, loves traveling, and getting lost.
Tokyo Smoke was created to bring design, education, and emotion to cannabis. Through immersive retail and digital experiences and spanning multiple verticals we hope to inspire creativity and touch hearts.
Tokyo Smoke was created to revolutionize cannabis.