Boris serves as Chief Strategy Officer of KannaSwiss. He joined the team January of 2017 and has been instrumental in the rebranding and business development of the company. Prior to KannaSwiss Boris served as CSO and Co-founder of Numbridge Inc. from 2009 until 2016. Numbridge was a telecommunication app that helped people communicate over the GSM network. Boris served as CEO & Co-founder of Atlas Commercial Holdings from 2004 until 2009. Atlas established an interlocking network of global business alliances and partnerships to provide customized solutions that enable governments and local businesses in emerging markets to stabilize and upgrade their basic infrastructures. Formerly he was Founder & President of V Karting, an integrated go-kart facility with conference rooms, restaurant and entertainment/game space. His experiences range from construction to telecommunications to natural resource consulting working with such companies as MAN Ferrostaal and Petrobras.

Boris earned his A-levels from Aiglon College in Villars, Switzerland and then attended American University in Washington, DC. Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Boris was raised in Switzerland and moved to the U.S. to attend university. He is fluent in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese.


March 3, 2020

On this edition of Omnibus, Boris Blatnik discusses the unique potential—and complicated relationships—for the cannabis market in China. “There’s a lot of shifting sands. We kind of have to be ducking and weaving all the time here as well. You just have to go with the flow.”

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February 6, 2020

Boris Blatnik takes us south on this edition of Omnibus. While Colombia and Mexico get some airtime, The large population of Brazil paired with its strict cannabis policy is the focus of this conversation.

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September 27, 2019

In the first installation of Omnibus, globetrotter Boris Blatnik’s new column, Japan is the subject at hand. Boris begins by explaining Japan’s strict CBD consumption rules. He also discusses why his company, KannaSwiss, still wants to break into that …

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