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David Selakovic's Vegalab Invites Distributors to "Spread the Health"

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- Vegalab, a world-renowned manufacturer of all-natural and organic agricultural products, is on the lookout for new distributors that follow the same goals and principles in an effort to "spread the health". Through the company website David Selakovic, President of Vegalab S.A., and his team are inviting distributors to join them: "If you are as committed as we are in our pursuits, then please inquire about becoming a Vegalab distributor in your area. Join us in making our planet a healthier one for everyone." Vegalab has gained a reputation for its ongoing research, significant discoveries and state-of-the-art technologies, which lead to the constant updating of sustainable formulas, which are implemented in new products and which make inexpensive and healthy alternatives available.

The corporate headquarters is Geneva, Switzerland, is managed by David Selakovic, the North American headquarters is located West Palm Beach, Florida and is run by Jill Duggan, CEO of Vegalab LLC. Products are available on four continents through distributors in the United Kingdom, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Africa, Panama and Costa Rica. Last month Vegalab announced the company's entry in the market of another country: the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Republic is a great example of how the distribution of natural and sustainable products can have a positive impact on the health of an entire country. The all natural fertilizers as well as the soil amendments foster the health of the islands vital crops, such as tobacco, rice, coffee, banana, and coconut plants, helping them to reach their full potential.

At the same time, David Selakovic and his research team back in Switzerland are working tirelessly in order to find and develop even better solutions for agricultural needs across the globe that fulfill Vegalab's basic principles: all natural and sustainable. Early this year the company had a breakthrough when it launched a brand-new product at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas, namely the Supreme Growers line, a consumer gardening line specifically designed for consumer gardening. The two available kits, an all-purpose kit and an herb & leafy greens kit, is an all-natural agricultural fertilizer for hobby gardeners and offers them an easy-to-use tool to improved the growth yield of their crop. True to Vegalab's principles, the Supreme Growers line is environmentally responsible and improves the health properties of harvested fruits and vegetables.

Innovations like this are the reason why David Selakovic is proud to manage Vegalab's branch in Switzerland and support the scientists in Geneva to come up with new ideas and concepts to shape the future of natural farming. Vegalab is known all over the world for its high-quality and sustainable products, a success that in big parts can be attributed to Selakovic's innovative spirit and clever entrepreneurship. He truly believes in the company's vision of optimizing the world's resources to ensure an ecologically sound planet for our future generations. Selakovic is a business advisor and successful entrepreneur who has led many teams and many companies on their way to success. Born and raised in Slovenia, David now lives with his wife, Leah Selakovic, in Singapore and spends a considerable amount of time in Geneva to oversee the development work there. In his free time, Selakovic likes to explore his personal interests in sailing, classical art, photography, and racing cars. He is also supporting a number of charities and non-profit organizations that reflect his personal values.

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