In this week’s edition, we’re taking a look at the complicated labyrinth that is cannabis marketing, and give you some tips on how to navigate through it.
Also, we’re going to check out the first cannabis listing in the London Stock Exchange, as well as legal issues at Amsterdam’s famous coffee shops, a new production plant in Africa, and so much more.
Enjoy this week’s issues of the CBD Weekly Business Newsletter.
As more and more territories around the world are legalizing cannabis in one way or another, the different rules and regulations in every territory make getting in front of customers’ eyeballs a strenuous task for many cannabis companies all over the world.
Cannabis is not federally legal in the US (or Europe), in some states it is legal for both recreational and medical consumption, and in other, only for medicinal use. Naturally, the problem is exacerbated when it comes to marketing and advertising cannabis products.
Must Read Articles:
The London Stock Exchange is set to get its first cannabis company with Israel’s Kanabo Research aiming to list on the market later this year. The listing will effectively be a reverse takeover with U.K. shell company Spinnaker Opportunities PLC announcing its intention to purchase Kanabo this February.
Dutch cannabis producers are set to benefit from a long-awaited change in legislation which will see the country’s famous ‘coffee shops’ supplied with legally grown cannabis. The authorities say over 550 coffee shops nationwide are currently forced to operate in a ‘grey area’, buying from a criminal supply chain.
With the backing of a Canadian cannabis giant two British entrepreneurs have established a new CBD production plant in Africa’s most developed cannabis nation. This JV, known as Cann Invest Africa, aims to export Lesotho CBD to global markets.
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