|🎓 Alma mater||Southwest Baptist University|
Founder & CEO, Kush Bottles
Nicholas Kovacevich is an American entrepreneur and businessperson. He is the CEO of Kush Bottles, a company that sells packaging, containers, and other ancillary products for the cannabis industry. He is also the co-founder of the rental transportation website BigRentz.
Early life and education
Kovacevich was raised in Santa Cruz, California. He was a student athlete and earned a scholarship to attend Southwest Baptist University, where he was twice captain of the basketball team. He graduated summa cum laude in 2009.
Kovacevich began his career as an entrepreneur while in college. He collected unwanted items from people in his dorm and sold them on eBay. He co-founded, with college friend Dallas Imbimbo, Pack My Dorm, a company that moved college student's belongings between school seasons. After college, Kovacevich founded BigRentz along with Imbimbo and Jeremy Logan. The company is an online broker for heavy equipment rental.
In 2010, Kovacevich founded Kush Bottles with Imbimbo. The company sells packaging, containers, and other ancillary products for the cannabis industry. He was originally the secretary and COO of the company, going door to door to generate sales. He became the CEO of the company in 2014, with the company going public on the OTCQB in 2015.
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