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GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:GRNH) Angling For A Piece Of The Cannabis Market’s Pie

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Data available reveals that California is the largest cannabis market in North America. This is so particularly after legalizing use of recreational cannabis. In this light, GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:GRNH) announced a solidification of the business in the State. In a press statement, the company lauded the move by the State calling it “historic.” The company expects a growth in demand for agricultural grow rooms. For that reason, the company expects growth in revenue.

Overhauling systems

In the statement, the company observes that the legislation could not have come at a better time. Per the statement, production is already underway for “sought-after strains of cannabis in the market today.” Through Genobreeding, the company will establish its name as “premier developers and distributors of cloned cannabis strains across the industry.”

Further, the statement revealed that it is overhauling its accounting team to bring its financial systems up to professional standards. This will facilitate the company’s intention to become a “fully-reporting SEC public entity.”

Commenting on the development, Chairman and CEO of GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS: GRNH), Jim Haas said:

“We are very pleased with our ongoing progress in capturing a larger market share of the nation’s largest cannabis market following California’s latest reforms in its recreational cannabis laws. We look forward to the many opportunities that the State’s recreational market will present to us in 2018 and beyond and, as one of the first movers in the State, believe we are well-positioned to expand faster than ever in a market that is expected to grow to over $7 billion over the next few years.”

GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:GRNH) in strategic partnerships

To really exploit the benefits of the California market, the company announced partnerships with local companies. In a press statement, the partnership aims to provide “testing and quality control services” that will increase cash flow. The partnership includes D5 Partners, Inc., County Line Energy Corp., and Vertical Hydrogarden, a GreenGro Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:GRNH) subsidiary. As per the statement, Vertical Hydrogarden will “acquire future distribution rights to Grow Box 5000 products.”

According to the GreenGro Technologies CEO, working with D5 Partners will help the partners reach maximum cannabis growing yields. According to the statement, D5 Partners will provide technology that will facilitate the growing yields in home environments.

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Supreme Cannabis Company Inc (OTCMKTS:SPRWF) Reports Revenues Of $9.059 Million In Q2 2020

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Supreme Cannabis Company Inc (OTCMKTS:SPRWF) has reported revenues of $9.059 million in Q2 2020. It is an increase of 17% when compared to the same period last year. However, its revenues declined from $11.433 million in Q1 2020 because of its transition from a wholesale business to recreational sales. The recreational sales accounted for $5.7 million in Q2 2020.

Implements a new operating structure

Supreme Cannabis has put into operation a new structure that includes a reduction in staff to improve growth and efficiency, profits in the long term. It moves forward to become a premium cannabis CPG company and drives the growth in the near term with its high-quality products and brands in different price segments. The company’s innovative sales model supports the consumer facing-brand portfolio. It distributes products across Canada.

Chief Executive Officer, interim president, and Director of Supreme Cannabis, Colin Moore said the company realigns its structure as well as the expectations considering the current state of the industry. He strongly believes that Supreme Cannabis can drive growth in the near term, derive long term growth and improve profits using its high-quality products and brands in every price segment.

Proud of the progress

Colin is proud of the progress of its team and focuses on revenue drivers in the near term. Supreme Cannabis is well-positioned to expedite CPG focused transition with its proven high-value brands in the recreational market and in-house processing capabilities. It is a licensed producer with cultivation infrastructure.

Supreme Cannabis is successful in Q2 2020 on the backdrop of introducing pre-rolls under the Sugarleaf brand addressing the mid-tier price point. The company will introduce more products soon to provide accessible and convenient experience to the customers. It will enhance its brand portfolio in the remainder of the year to add more revenues and capture market share. Supreme Cannabis achieves revenue growth using its recreational brands. The products introduced under the Sugarleaf and premium 7Acres brands will improve the sales volume.

Expands distribution of 7ACRES Brand

In Q2 2020, Supreme Cannabis has expanded the 7ACRES brand distribution in all the provinces in Canada. It is leveraging the partnership with Humble & Fume Inc and retail sales strategy to address the national revenues.

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Canopy Rivers, A Subsidiary Of Canopy Rivers Inc (OTCMKTS:CNPOF), Subscribes To 2.38 Million Units Of James E Wagner Cultivation Corp (OTCMKTS:JWCAF)

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Canopy Rivers Inc (OTCMKTS:CNPOF) has announced that Canopy Rivers Corporation (Canopy Rivers) subscribed to 2.38 million units of James E Wagner Cultivation Corp (OTCMKTS:JWCAF). The issue price for each unit is $0.21. Canopy Rivers invested $500,000 in James E Wagner through a private placement. Each unit comprises one-half of one Common Share purchase warrant and one common share in the capital of James E Wagner. Canopy Rivers can acquire one common share using the warrant at $0.275 per share on or before February 6, 2023.

Canopy Rivers holds 16.241 million shares and warrants

Canopy Rivers holds 16.241 million shares and warrants after the completion of the offering. Before this offering, the company held 13.86 million shares and warrants. The subscription is purely on investment basis. However, its decision may change at a later date.

Several developments at portfolio companies

The portfolio companies of Canopy Rivers have made several announcements recently. Chief Executive Officer and President of Canopy Rivers, Narbe Alexandrian, is appointed to the board of directors of National Cannabis Industry Association (NCA), the biggest cannabis trade organization in the US. He will hold the position of Director in NCA until 2022.

High Beauty Inc establishes presence in Canada

On January 30, 2020, High Beauty Inc has established its retail footprint in Canada. The company exhibited its skin care products to a group of influencers, professionals and the media in the beauty and fashion industries at Hudson’s Bay flagship store.

TerrAscend Corp’s two subsidiaries have received the nod for processing and cultivation of cannabis in the US. Also, TerrAscend NJ, LLC received a license in January 2020 from the Department of Health in NJ for the cultivation of cannabis. It is the second company in New Jersey to obtain cultivation permit. The company will extend medical marijuana in the state to meet the growing needs of the patients.

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food has awarded Medical Cannabis Processor License to TerrAscend Utah, LLC on January 29, 2020. The company will inaugurate a processing facility in Utah.

Canopy Rivers has amended the terms of the $10 million loan to TerrAscend Canada Inc.

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Health Canada Grants A Cannabis Cultivation License To Sublime Culture Inc, A Subsidiary Of Mym Nutraceuticals Inc (OTCMKTS:MYMMF)

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Health Canada has granted a cannabis cultivation license to Sublime Culture Inc., a subsidiary of Mym Nutraceuticals Inc (OTCMKTS:MYMMF). Sublime will produce high-quality cannabis in small batches at its Laval, Quebec facility.

Highly optimized and sophisticated Laval facility

The Laval facility in Quebec boasts a highly optimized and sophisticated indoor facility to produce high-quality cannabis varieties. It has included a cloning and mothering area to support genetic development and archiving. Chief Executive Officer of MYM, Howard Steinberg, said the company is pleased to receive a cannabis cultivation license for its Laval, Quebec facility. The team at MYM is ready to begin the cultivation of super-premium cannabis on a small scale at its indoor facility.

Closes non-brokered private placement

MYM has closed the non-brokered second tranche private placement. The company has netted the proceeds of $221,005 by issuing 3,683,416 units. Each unit, which comprises one common share purchase warrant and one common share, is priced at $0.06. MYM needs to pay a finder’s fee of $2,664 for this tranche. The warrant holder is entitled to acquire one common share at $0.10 within three years from the date of issue.

The deal is subject to the final nod of the CSE. According to the security laws, MYM has put in a lock-in period of four months.  MYM will use the proceeds for working capital needs. The acceleration provision applies to the warrants. According to this provision, the company can set an expiry date if the average weighted share price is over or equal to $0.20 for the consecutive 10 trading days.

MYM repays the entire loan

MYM has repaid the entire Trichome loan. It maintains a positive cash balance and debt-free. MYM has no further obligations to Trichome Financials on account of this loan. Trichome will support MYM in all its future endeavors. MYM will continue to explore new opportunities and work with Trichome in the future.

Steinberg said the company is focused on opportunistic takeovers. It will remain debt-free and raises the capital for the right opportunities. He said the MYM team will help the companies in the increasingly complex cannabis space in restructuring the management. Chief Executive Officer of Trichome, Michael Ruscetta said the company is pleased that MYM has repaid the loan. He further said the company will support MYM for strategic acquisitions.

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