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Cannabis Companies Going Public-Learn the Latest at the ICBC

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Cannabis has had a banner year politically and financially in 2018 and that success has brought in big companies across various sectors, including alcohol, tobacco, and pharmaceutical industries. The biggest cannabis companies continue to get bigger and it clearly takes capital to thrive, regardless of your market, but definitely in the United State as exporting across

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Senator Jeff Merkley to Welcome ICBC Portland Attendees

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While Senator Jeff Merkley, unfortunately, cannot make it in person to the International Cannabis Business Conference in Portland, Oregon, this September 27th-28th, due to his senatorial duties in Washington, D.C., the ICBC is so pleased that he’s agreed to welcome attendees with a video message. Senator Merkley has proven to be a bold, progressive public

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Willie Nelson Invades Canada and He’s Bringing Cannabis

It has been a trend, and probably a wise strategic move, for American cannabis companies to initiate a “reverse merger” with a Canadian company. Since Canada is leading the global cannabis movement by legalizing federally, their companies have access to the Canadian Securities Exchange and other financial markets while American marijuana businesses are shut out of

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Canadian Merger Creates Biggest Cannabis Industry Deal Yet

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With the cannabis industry proven to be ultracompetitive and full of regulatory obstacles, consolidation has been a common tactic that can decrease costs and increase market share. With Canada leading the international market, the biggest deals are currently occurring among Canadian companies and the Financial Post just covered the finalization of the most lucrative cannabis industry deal

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Oregon’s Eco Firma Farms Goes Canadian, Makes Major Moves

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With Canada’s cannabis legalization law advancing past the United States, and every other nation, U.S. companies are turning to the Canadian Securities Exchange to survive and thrive in the competitive marijuana market. With companies from the U.S.’s northern border swooping down with big capital and resources, some enterprising American businesses decided that they should level

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