Mr. Marc Geen reports
SPEAKEASY CANNABIS SENDS MANAGEMENT AND TEAM OF ADVISERS TO ISRAEL TO NEGOTIATE POSSIBLE TRANSACTIONS
Speakeasy Cannabis Club Ltd. has sent executive management and a team of advisers to Israel to negotiate possible partnerships. Partnerships of interest include supply agreements, sales agreements and branded partnerships.
Israel has become a hotbed for cannabis transaction on the heels of a September, 2017, decision by the agriculture ministry to classify the medical marijuana industry as a legal farming sector. That granted cannabis growers access to government aid, grants and training.
"We are very excited to have gone to Israel and talked to a wide variety of cannabis producers, sellers and marketers. It has given us different outlooks on the cannabis industry that will be beneficial to our future growth as the Canadian cannabis matures. Further, the future potential partnerships are very promising and will not only add significant value but make Speakeasy a global company," stated Marc Geen, chief executive officer.
About Speakeasy Cannabis Club Ltd.
Speakeasy Cannabis Club is a late stage ACMPR (Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations) applicant that is leveraging three generations of farming experience and the largest land package of licensed producers in Canada with 290 acres of the best agricultural land in British Columbia's Southern Interior region, known as the Napa Valley of weed country.
Speakeasy has submitted its extensive evidence package to Health Canada for its current 10,000-square-foot facility and has commenced construction on its 80,000-square-foot expansion facility.
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