Gregg Steinberg

Gregg Steinberg is Growcentia’s CEO. He has been involved in startups to mature companies and from private to public entities. He has expertise in launching and scaling early stage companies, executing on valuation creation strategies and in raising seed / venture capital. He has been an investor and advisor in numerous companies including retail and commercial CPG product rollouts. He was President of a company that was listed twice in the top 10 of the INC500 and cumulative revenues under his presidency of that organization exceeded $2 billion. He is an active member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO/WPO) and sits or has sat on numerous charitable boards, including the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute for Science, The Simon School (Univ. of Rochester) Executive Advisory Board and the Global Institute of Leadership, Tufts University. He is an EIR at the University of Rochester and Co-Managing Director of the Simon School Venture Capital Fund. He received his MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and BSBA from the Univ. of Arizona.

Growcentia was founded by a team of three Colorado State University soil microbiologists that share a passion for enhancing soil health and promoting sustainable agriculture. Using innovative proprietary technology, this team developed an approach to identify and apply nature’s very best microbes to improve nutrient availability to plants. Growcentia's first product Mammoth P is helping thousands of growers around the country maximize the health of their soils or growth media to enhance plant health and yields, while minimizing the environmental impacts of agriculture.