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High Returns: Turning Cannabis 2.0 into Profitability

Omri Wallach Omri Wallach, Stockhouse
0 Comments| February 4, 2020

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Click to enlargeWith Cannabis 2.0 products flying off the shelves and more on the way, is the cannabis industry finally maturing?

It might be a slow start but it looks like the cannabis comeback is underway. Business are operating more efficiently, retail stores are being rolled out, and new products are showing demand is still alive and well. But in the time leading up to the recovery, investors have gotten smart about cannabis: profitable growth is key.

So when Indiva Limited (TSX-V:NDVA, OTC:NDVAF, Forum) decided to make cannabis edibles, they did it the right way. Now, the London, ON based LP produces such well-renowned cannabis products that they’ve secured sales and partnerships before products even hit the market.

The Company’s President and CEO, Niel Marotta, recently spoke with Stockhouse Media to dive into the exciting market opportunity on-hand for Indiva and the Cannabis 2.0 market in general.

The highlights include:
  • Indiva’s strategy for edibles, tinctures, and more derivate products.
  • Breakdown of the “cannabis bubble” and how the market is correcting itself.
  • How a laser-honed focus is keeping Indiva ahead of the broad-reaching competition and in line for profitability.



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


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