Congratulations to Agel Enterprises, as they have recently opened a new World Headquarters in Pleasant Grove Utah.
Company president, Craig Bradley, said the Agel (pronounced a-jell) product group was founded nine years ago after he learned of a suspension gel technology that allowed for better absorption of nutrients.
“We knew this was a billion dollar idea. It’s been our goal to build a team that can take that idea to fruition,” Craig Bradley said.
The co-founders and also co-CEOs, Jeff Higginson and Jeremiah Bradley, have incorporated family into their business. Jeremiah Bradley and vice president Zach Bradley are brothers and their father is Craig Bradley.
Jeff Higginson's brothers, vice presidents Sam Higginson and Scott Higginson, are additionally on the executive team helping to manage the ever-expanding corporation.
Family and the work culture at Agel was showcased at the grand opening ceremony.
To allow the community to become acquainted with Agel’s marketing program, its products, and to celebrate the opening of their new work space, Agel invited Pleasant Grove city officials, local business leaders, and their top selling representatives from around the world, to a ribbon cutting ceremony at company headquarters.
Oskar Okko, a representative from the nearby BMW car dealership, attended the ribbon cutting and open house.
“We wanted to come welcome our new business neighbor and get to know a little about them,” Okko said.
Rafael Parra led tours of the newly renovated offices. He has been working with Agel for more than eight years. He said he’s seen phenomenal company growth.
“We’re proud to be multi-level marketers. Many people in Utah shy away from MLM, but they like our products and are faithful consumers of it,” Parra said.
Pleasant Grove Councilman Ben Stanley also toured the facility. He complimented Agel’s dedication to being good corporate citizens and giving back through charity work.
“In Pleasant Grove we’re seeing a renewed emphasis on economic growth and we’re grateful to welcome new businesses. We love your corporate culture,” Stanley said.
Zach Bradley, one of Agel vice presidents said the move to Pleasant Grove gave Agel the opportunity to create the exact work environment their company needs.
“We painted, we built walls, everything that you can see except the flooring. We put our hands into it and made it our own,” Zach Bradley said. “We were in an office before that never really felt like ours. Even though we’re a global company, we still want to feel like a family be it Moscow, Bangkok, or London. Pleasant Grove is kind of that perfect place where you still get that community feel with technology and beautiful mountains,” he said.