Ghana

The land of cocoa, gold and smiles enters the clobal cannabis industry with solid credentials as Africa´s safest investment destination.

Since pioneering independece for Sub-Saharan nations from European colonizers in the 50s, Ghana has remained the West´s most stable ally.

She now joing the global hemp legalization movement with efficient and business conducive regulation, in the footsteps of other Southern African nations like South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho or Swaziland. 

Our partner´s personal and professional history in the Black Star Nation and its subtropical bioclimatico conditions position Ghana as a competitor to fear for year-round outdoor hemp flower cultivation and export. 

Licensing Leverage our public sector expertise.
Cultivation Greenhouse CBD flower operations.
Business Plans Understand your place in the industry.
Genetics Import our proprietary tropical seeds.
Exports Connect with European and US buyers.
Fresh Cut Flower Farmers A custom plan for seamless transition.

Lawrence Arthur – Country Director
lawrence.arthur@613partners.com

Performance: Creating a lifestyle cannabis brand

LOCATION

Switzerland

A European cannabis smokables brand looking to innovate through branding and quality.

Solution

Global trade

Apply cannabis import/export know how to leap ahead of European competition by offering unique American products.

Challenge

Differentiation

Establish exclusive sourcing agreements with premium producers globally.

Impact

Revenue

Breakeven achieved in second quarter of operations by tapping into exisiting distribution channels with 3 product lines simultaneously.

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