Denver, Co. – Following the Justice Department decision to allow adult use cannabis markets to move forward, investors from around the world are eager to find ways to invest in the exciting fast growing legal cannabis industry.
More than 60 accredited investors and 20 companies will converge in Denver today (Tuesday, September 24th) for a full day of pitching their cannabis start-up dreams to qualified investors. Private negotiations between entrepreneurs and interested investors will follow, with initial funding commitments to be announced by ArcView President Steve DeAngelo at the Wednesday press conference. Participating investors, and entrepreneurs seeking their financing, will also be present.
What: News conference featuring ArcView Cannabis Industry start-ups and investors from around the world
When: Wednesday 9/25 at 12:30 PM
Where: Canna Security America’s New National Headquarters
4704 Harlan Street, Suite 520 Denver, CO 80212
Steve DeAngelo, Co-founder and President of The ArcView Group, Executive Director of Harborside Health Center, the nation’s largest model dispensary – pioneer of Steep Hill Labs, the first creation of the lab testing system for the cannabis industry and the creater of the starter tax system for City of Oakland; star of the hit Discovery show “Weed Wars.”
Troy Dayton, CEO of The ArcView Group, a national cannabis investment and research firm, former fundraiser for MPP (Marijuana Policy Project)
Dan Williams, CEO of Canna Security America, a national security company that just received investment commitments from ArcView members
Aaron Smith, Executive Director of the National Cannabis Industry Association
Tripp Keber, CEO of Dixie Elixirs, investor in ArcView member companies Canna Security and Apeks Fabrication
The ArcView Investor Network includes billionaires, tech entrepreneurs turned angel investors, venture capital firms, real estate moguls, some of the largest donors to marijuana policy efforts who are now turning to the business and the owners of some of the most successful brands in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry who are looking to make strategic acquisitions.
Presenting companies hoping for an infusion of capital include licensed dispensaries and cultivations, a Hollywood film from a well-known director about the industry, a handheld vaporizer company, a company with a machine that creates hash oil and other cannabis concentrates, a security company for licensed cannabis businesses, a company with new advancements in lighting technology, and a popular online social network for cannabis consumers, and much more. It is a historic time in the cannabis industry.