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The MoneyShow Las Vegas Will Showcase Top U.S. And Canadian Firms

Apr 10, 2018 • 1:34 PM GMT+0000
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Leading North American cannabis executives will be speaking at the MoneyShow Las Vegas Cannabis Investing Event on May 14th. This is a FREE event that cannabis investors do not want to miss.

Highlighting the Cannabis Investing Event are Canadian cannabis giants, The Green Organic Dutchman and Aurora Cannabis (ACB.TO) (ACBFF). During this event, you can learn about TGOD, which is expected to commence trading on the TSX exchange in the coming weeks.

From Australia to Germany, from Colombia to Denmark, legal cannabis markets continue to emerge while existing markets such as that in Canada are to seeing incredible growth. During the Cannabis Investing Event, you will learn about some the hottest opportunities for cannabis investors from leading company executives, industry analysts, and experts.

Canada: A Global Cannabis Leader

Earlier this year, Aurora Cannabis invested more than $50 million in TGOD and signed a supply agreement with the organic cannabis producer.  Last month, TGOD completed a $100 million brokered financing at $3.65 per unit and investors are very excited about the upcoming listing.

During the Cannabis Investing Event, Aurora CCO Cam Battley and TGOD EVP Brett Allan will speak and will also participate on a panel so you will be able to learn more about the recent partnership and investment.

Canada will be a major topic at the Cannabis Investing Event and attendees will hear from Emerald Health Therapeutics CEO Chris Wagner, Invictus CEO Dan Kriznic, Choom CEO Chris Bogart, and many more.

California: The World’s Largest Legal Marijuana Market

One of the topics that will be covered in-depth during the Cannabis Investing Event is the scope of California’s recreational market. On January 1st, the state’s recreational marijuana market opened and this has been a major catalyst for companies levered to California, which is expected to be the largest market in the world.

One company capitalizing on this development is Plus Products, which produces and sell cannabis-infused products in California. The company’s gummy product is ranked number 4 in the entire state and is recording strong revenue growth.

Plus initially came onto the market with a cannabis infused gum and has since expanded its product line to include gummies. Plus has seen amazing demand for its gummy products and has secured a new facility and state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment to increase production capacity. We are favorable on this move as the company will be able to fund this project with the proceeds from a recent offering.

When it comes to investing in cannabis businesses, it all starts with the management team and Plus is led by a team that has a proven track record of success. The company has made a few strategic additions to its board of directors and we believe this positions the edibles manufacturer to succeed. With an initial public offering set to take place in 2018, this is a company that cannabis investors need to keep an eye on.

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Michael Berger

Michael Berger is Managing Partner of StoneBridge Partners, LLC and Founder of Technical420.com. Prior to entering the cannabis industry, Michael was an Equity Research Analyst at Raymond James Financial covering the Energy Sector. Michael has been featured in publications such as The Street, Bloomberg, US Money News, and hosts various cannabis events across North America.

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