US cannabis retailer Green Growth Brands inks CA$30.5 million raise

Ohio-based marijuana retailer Green Growth Brands raised 30.5 million Canadian dollars ($23.2 million) in a private placement ahead of the firm’s planned trading debut in Canada later this month.

The raise follows a CA$85 million private placement inked in September and brings Green Growth’s total raises to more than CA$140 million.

The firm plans to use the proceeds to cover the cost of going public, expand its footprint in the U.S. and build out its CBD-infused body care collection.

The startup is led by branding and retail veteran Peter Horvath, a former executive at American Eagle Outfitters, Limited Brands and Victoria Secrets.

Green Growth is a Columbus-based cannabis firm that has built a portfolio of branded retail store concepts that include Green Lily, The Source, Camp and Meri + Jayne.

Earlier this year, Green Growth announced plans to go public and list on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) after a reverse takeover of Xanthic Biopharma, which is listed as XTHC.CN on the CSE.

One comment on “US cannabis retailer Green Growth Brands inks CA$30.5 million raise
  1. Carl Gregoire on

    Hello from Canada, I’m a first nation member of the Okanagan Indian Band west of Vernon B.C. I have been working on monetizing my property into the cannibis industry, also a number of other communities interested in some fashion. If your team is at all interested in a partnership/joint venture, email myself, thank you.

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