Malouf acquires Impact Collective to bolster Foundation

Clay Olsen, founder of Fight the New Drug and Impact Collective LLC, talks with Malouf employees after moving into their building.

NIBLEY – Entrepreneur Clay Olsen, founder of Fight the New Drug and Impact Collective LLC, moved into an office in the Malouf building in Nibley.

Malouf located in Nibley acquired Impact Collective LLC and its app, which has been shown to help people dealing with Depression and Anxiety, Substance Abuse and Sexual Compulsive tendencies .

Malouf acquired Impact Collective LLC and its app, called Recovery Suite, which has been shown to help people. The app was designed to help people dealing with Depression and Anxiety, Substance Abuse and Sexual Compulsive tendencies.

“I will still be the president of Fight the New Drug,” Olsen said. “We have plans now that we are part of Malouf to grow Impact Collective; we will be able to repurpose the apps to benefit more people.”

A recent press release said Malouf recently acquired Olsen’s Utah-based technology development company to support the business’s charitable efforts through their Foundation.

“We are trying to make a difference in our society,” he said. “We found they could do more together than apart and we are excited about that.”

Right now, the app is helping thousands of people in 155 countries with different issues and have been a big help with Olsen’s Fight the New Drug, an Anti-Pornography nonprofit organization.

“We strive to provide scalable and comprehensive solutions for some of today’s most crippling issues,” Olsen said. “We’re passionate about driving change and helping people on their recovery journey.”

When the Malouf Foundation shifted its flagship cause to fight child sexual exploitation, Sam Malouf and Olsen reconnected to join forces for a greater cause.

“Clay understands the challenges of today’s society and is committed to making a difference,” Malouf said. “His team will bring a new level of expertise to our industry, so we can make the largest impact possible.”

Now based out of the Malouf headquarters, the Impact Collective team consists of 13 full-time members across several departments—from graphic design to customer service to software development. The Malouf team and Impact Collective operate as separate entities, but collaborate on initiatives to provide cross-value and support.

To learn more about Impact Collective, visit recoverysuite.com.

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