Green Thumb Industries

Medical cannabis firm Green Thumb raising $60 million in Canada to grow US footprint

Illinois-based Green Thumb Industries is planning to expand in New York and Ohio after it closes a $60 million stock-purchase deal through its Canadian-listed shares. Under the bought-deal transaction, a syndicate of underwriters will purchase 7.3 million Green Thumb shares for 11 Canadian dollars per share for gross proceeds of CA$80.3 million ($60 million), according […]

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Cannabis boom or bust: How US firms could be affected by Canada’s adult-use market

It’s crunch time for Canada’s cannabis companies as they hustle to prepare for the October launch of the country’s legal recreational market. South of the border, everyone tied to the legal marijuana scene is watching closely to gauge whether this historic milestone might translate into an economic boom for U.S. firms as well. Tremendous opportunities […]

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US marijuana company Green Thumb Industries makes trading debut in Canada

Green Thumb Industries has joined the ranks of a growing list of cannabis firms to go public in Canada’s booming marijuana market, debuting on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the ticker symbol GTII. Increasingly, U.S. marijuana companies are turning to Canada’s public markets to tap easier-to-access capital.

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Chicago-based cannabis firm GTI plans to go public in Canada

Green Thumb Industries, a Chicago-based cannabis grower and dispensary operator, released its plans to go public in Canada’s booming marijuana market. The multistate company has signed a letter of intent to complete a reverse takeover of Vancouver, British Columbia-based Bayswater Uranium Corp., which has interests in properties across Canada and in Wyoming. The deal charts […]

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20 people to watch in 2018

The cannabis industry is poised for huge growth in 2018 thanks in part to the expected launch of several massive new marijuana markets such as California and Canada, which will generate billions of dollars in sales and create tens of thousands of business opportunities.

The changing business climate will lead to new challenges, struggles and, potentially, failures for companies and the individuals behind them.

As we hurtle into 2018, the editorial staff at Marijuana Business Magazine – which is published by Marijuana Business Daily – singled out 20 executives in the cannabis space who bear watching in the year ahead.

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