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Reigniting the Cannabis Oral Delivery System Marketplace

Dave Jackson Dave Jackson, Stockhouse
1 Comment| September 24, 2019

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This podcast is part of our Cannabis Sector CEO interview series, and our mission going forward is to help listeners and investors understand more about investment opportunities in the public marketplace.

Stockhouse Media's Dave Jackson was recently joined live with Brad Eckenweiler – CEO of Core One Labs (CSE: COOL, OTC: LDSYD, Forum) – a fully vertically-integrated, CSE-listed Canadian company with a razor-sharp focus on the retail cannabis market. Mr. Eckenweiler is an executive with worldwide business experience in operations, corporate finance, multi-border negotiations and global securities markets. From September 9th 2013 to May 16th 2014, he acted as the chief executive officer and as a member of the board of directors of Triton Emission Solutions Inc. – a company reporting under the Exchange Act – and engaged in the business of emission abatement and control technologies for the marine industry.

The CEO shared his thoughts on the Company’s recent name change from LDS, their first cannabis bio-mass harvest from subsidiary Agrotech, and Core One’s long-term strategy for their signature product CannaStrips moving forward.



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FULL DISCLOSURE: This is a paid article produced by Stockhouse Publishing.


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Brad Ekenweiler won the WORST CEO award 2017,2018, 2019!
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