Gordon Rowe Joins iUNU as Director of Special Operations

Gordon Rowe will join iUNU as a new Director of Special Operations, to drive value and develop new products to meet the growing needs of customers. Rowe joins iUNU from North Creek Nurseries where he was Special Operations and GrowESolutions where he served as President. Rowe is a respected leader and expert in the horticulture industry, having held every major role in nursery including grower, inventory manager, shipping manager, and production manager. He spent most of his career at the ConardPyle Company/Star Roses and North Creek Nurseries.

“Gordon is a phenomenal addition to team iUNU,” said Adam Greenberg, CEO of iUNU. “There aren’t many experts who have experience working directly in the greenhouse and building technology directly for growers. If you want to increase the efficiency of your processes and operations, there are few that can match his prowess. At iUNU, our number one priority is our growers and ensuring we’re constantly driving value for them. Gordon will add to our unmatched horticultural expertise and amplify the value we provide our customers.”

“I’m thrilled to join the iUNU team. When I think about what technology will fundamentally improve the horticultural industry, I’ve never seen products as valuable as what iUNU offers. We are moving our industry toward data-driven growing and that’s been my focus my entire career. The technology has now caught up to the needs of the grower, and that’s really exciting. I look forward to working with growers and helping advance their operations,” said Gordon Rowe, Director of Special Operations for iUNU.

Rowe is an expert at building data models, marrying process with data to improve decision making, eliminating waste, and teaching and empowering people. In addition to production roles, Rowe also served as the Director of Production Development and Support at SBI Software and has implemented ERP systems at nurseries and garden centers globally.

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