Maverick CEO, Nathan Hamilton, Creates Biotech Breakthrough with Juvenon

Hamilton’s Juvenon has Strong Alliances with Consumer Brands Shiseido and Weil Lifestyle Incline Village, NV, December 6, 2007 – After selling his first biotech company at age 32, a coup that netted investors a 100 times return and earned him 50 years of base salary, Nathan Hamilton could have rested on his laurels like other dotcommers his age. But the Berkeley-trained physicist and Harvard MBA says he had no desire to be a “one-trick” pony. Onward to more success, Hamilton has built strong business partnerships with people and companies like renowned Berkley scientist, Dr. Bruce Ames, Japanese beauty manufacturing giant Shiseido and Andrew Weil’s company Weil Lifestyle. “Hamilton is open to change, willing to take risks and results-oriented. This is the essence of entrepreneurial excellence.” Larry Tree, CEO/cofounder of Weil Lifestyle, LLC. “People thought I was lucky, but I didn’t want to be lucky, I wanted to be good,” said Hamilton. “I wanted to differentiate myself from dotcommers by creating a successful track record of buying, growing and selling companies.” “Building companies is about creativity, imagining and making products that people value and businesses that work. It’s more important to me to make the money the old-fashioned way than to …