Supreme Cannabis Aims for New ‘Heights’ With U.K. Investment


Speedy-expanding Canadian firm Supreme Cannabis has launched a new subsidiary in London to invest in organizations in the emerging European CBD sector.

It has appointed Patrick Morton, the Canadian-born a co-founder of Cannabis Invest UK, as chief executive of this offshoot, identified as Supreme Heights. Mr Morton told Proactive Investors that Supreme Heights is an investment car focussed on supporting ‘focussed and differentiated, premium’ CBD brands.

Wall Of Waiting Money

Speaking to CBD Testers earlier this year Mr Morton explained how he had quit his investment banking analyst’s job to co-located Cannabis Invest UK a major cannabis investor conference,.

And he elaborated on how the U.K. market place is opening up to a wide variety of investors from private folks, pension funds, private wealth mangers to acquisitive cannabis and non-cannabis associated firms. Supreme Heights says it searching to attract investment from outdoors investors and say this could includes market place listing in London.

Mr Morton told Proactive Investors that established U.S. funds, U.K. merchant banks and compact-cap investment funds have expressed an interest in the company.

Brewdog Of The CBD Business

Supreme Heights says it desires to back revolutionary CBD corporations rather than take them more than, and is interested in mid-sized minority stakes of about 20-50%. Employing the instance of the craft ale company Brewdog Mr Morton cited this is an ‘object lesson on how a passion project can morph into a pretty substantial business’.

He says the more than-arching theme for Supreme is ‘authenticity’ and locating men and women who have ‘similar values of sustainability, innovation and community’. “I assume the craft beer sector is a fantastic analogy. In a market place that is pretty crowded, a handful of U.K. brands have accomplished a excellent job of differentiating themselves,” he told Proactive Investors.

Driving Shareholder Worth

Supreme Heights is searching to invest ‘several million dollars’ in Europe. Mr Morton went on to say the U.K. market place is at present ill-defined, fragmented and ‘plagued by inefficiencies’. “We are searching for these differentiated brands that are establishing higher high-quality merchandise and are attempting to scale speedily.”

The Supreme Cannabis Firm is a $500 million Toronto-listed seed-to-sale company with a portfolio of productive brands which includes 7ACRES, which has 230,000 square feet of production capacity making more than 30,000 kilograms of cannabis.

Speaking on the London move Supreme Cannabis’ CEO Navdeep Dhaliwal stated that Supreme Heights will advantage from its expertise saying: “We appear forward to driving worth for Supreme Cannabis shareholders via this investment platform.”


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