How New CEO Has Made Supreme Cannabis an Attractive Weed Stock
Supreme Cannabis Company Inc (OTCMKTS: SPRWF)(TSE: FIRE) seen a lot on Midas Letter over the years has a diversified portfolio of premium cannabis products and brands. They are most well known for their recreation brand 7ACRES but have also stepped up their wellness, medical, and international game in recent times.
Since we last spoke with Supreme, Beena Goldenberg has taken over the reign of the company. Ms. Goldenberg is a proven leader with extensive CPG, marketing, and manufacturing experience – most notably working as the CEO of Hain-Celestial Canada, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hain Celestial Group (NASDAQ: HAIN). Her background in selling over $300 million worth of natural, organic, and plant-based brands annually lends itself nicely to the cannabis industry and Supreme’s portfolio of brands.
The CEO says her passion lies in growing Supreme by taking the necessary steps to size its infrastructure to its revenue with a focus to generate a sustainable profit.
Watch the full interview to see what Supreme has been doing to generate its stellar Q2 financial results, information on its exportation business, whether they are looking to gain U.S. market share, and potential future acquisitions.
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