We are a group of entrepreneurs specialized in the development and financing of projects related to the legal Marijuana.
Our interest in this type of projects covers the entire spectrum of your value chain, from the cultivation of the plant to it’s transformation and sale.
For this purpose, we contemplate different operating models that include, but are not limited to: direct participation and / or association; purchase of turnkey projects; and the acquisition of licenses and / or franchises.
The trend towards the legalization of the world markets of Marijuana represents an unparalleled window to develop businesses of high economic and social value, because besides capitalizing on the growing demand for this product, the development of this industry is producing substantial benefits for the entire ecosystem of deal. In the case of: increase in tax collection and creation of sources of employment; for companies, development of new business niches; and for people, access to more and better products, as well as more effective treatments to fight pain.
Supported in the entrepreneurial capacity and interdisciplinary experience of our partners, we want to generate an international portfolio of projects that allow us to consolidate in countries with strong regulatory frameworks, thus generating a competitive advantage that will eventually let us to expand to markets in the early stages of development.
Source: Carolina Hemp Company
“The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.”―Carl Sagan
Marijuana (Cannabis indica / sativa) has been the subject of intense debates for many years. The controversy surrounding their uses and the legality of these has captured the attention of individuals, businesses and governments around the world.
In the early twentieth century, the addictive and psychotropic properties of some components of this plant led to its widespread criminalization. However, at the end of the nineties, the ineffectiveness of the prohibitionist policies against the trafficking of Cannabis, coupled with the growing scientific evidence on its medicinal effects, initiated a paradigm shift oriented towards the legalization of its production and consumption.
In the United States of America (USA) (the most important consumer market in the world), different levels of decriminalization have materialized in 24 of it’s 50 states. This phenomenon has led to an increasingly clear and explicit regulation, which in turn has facilitated the sustained and accelerated growth of a market that today is flourishing at a rapid pace. Only in 2015, legal marijuana sales in that country reached $ 5.4 billion dollars (mmdd), an increase of 17% compared to 2014. At this rate of growth, total sales are expected to exceed $ 20 mmdd in 2020.
Thus, our generation is witnessing the birth of a rapidly developing global industry and an immense growth potential. A pioneering industry that is generating unprecedented opportunities for individuals, governments and companies internationally.