The Daily Hit: September 11, 2019

It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for September 11, 2019.

Medicine Man Technologies

Medicine Man Technologies, Inc. (OTCQX: MDCL) has entered into a binding term sheet to acquire the cannabis operator Strawberry Fields for $31 million. The acquisition is comprised of $14 million in cash and $17 million in common stock, priced at $2.98 per share. “The integration of Strawberry Fields into our family of Colorado pioneers will be impactful,” said Andy Williams, Co-Founder and CEO of Medicine Man Technologies. “This transaction will provide our Company with low-cost cultivation assets located in Pueblo, a growing manufacturing facility, and branded products. In addition we will be acquiring four retail locations in Western and Southern Colorado, including a high yielding store that is a leader in that part of the state. Adding Strawberry Fields to our portfolio will strengthen our strategy to become the leading integrated cannabis operator of Colorado.”


After the market close yesterday, Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ: TLRY) announced in an 8k-filing that it has selected Cowen and Company to sell up to $400 million in stock once an S-3 registration statement is effective, with any sales to be an “at-the-market offering.”

Vapen MJ

Vapen MJ Ventures (OTCQX:VAPNF) announced the appointment of Arizona Attorney Scott A. Hill to the company’s advisory board. Hill is a patent attorney and former stock broker licensed to practice law in the state of Arizona and in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. “Scott was instrumental in successfully working with the USPTO for Vapen MJ’s utility patent for our Cannabinoid Inhaler without a heating element. Scott crafted the claim in the filing, which makes the recently granted patent as broad as possible,” commented Thai Nguyen, Founder and CEO of Vapen MJ.

Aurora Cannabis

Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) announced the release of its financial results for the fourth quarter, ending on June 30, 2019. Net revenue for the quarter rose by 61% to $94.6 million. The cost-per gram sold declined t0 $1.14. The gross margin was 58% and adjusted EBITDA was a loss of $11.7 million. “In 2019 Aurora took its place as the global leader in cannabis production, research, innovation, and international market development. We are executing on all our strategic priorities,” said Terry Booth, Aurora CEO. “Our best in class cultivation methods allow us to grow consistent, high-quality cannabis at scale.”

William Sumner

William Sumner is a freelance writer specializing in the legal cannabis industry. You can follow William on Twitter @W_Sumner or on Medium.

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