The forum seeks investors for a sector that yields 21 billion profits, only in the United States
The Shakespeare Forum of the Condesa neighborhood, in Mexico City, will host the participation of various entrepreneurs who will seek to obtain capital through the use of the Cannabis Trust Fund (CTF), a tool that allows control of the investment to make sound decisions in a fast-growing and dynamic environment.
CTF is an American investment fund dedicated to establishing the legal and knowledge framework to develop scientific and commercial initiatives, and for those interested in participating in the market of other countries where the product has already been legalized.
The cannabis collective Mexa OG is one of the sponsors of this project whose intention is to create, promote and develop a prosperous business in the cannabis industry nationally and internationally, through a legal company.
According to a statement from Hempresarios, said company will be in charge of providing support and advice from collaborators who helped implement Mexican legislation, in order to promote a blood-free industry.
“Hempresarios is looking for ordinary people, entrepreneurs, national and foreign companies, sponsors and all those interested in investing in one of the fastest-growing sectors in the last decade”, they assure.
Jiangsu Wongpec, president of the Latin American cannabis alliance, will participate
Its intention is to motivate people interested in entrepreneurship in an industry that generates profits of 21 billion dollars, just in the United States. In Mexico, as it is a newer market, the sector is at the best time to receive investments and incentives that promise significant success.
Erika Santana, a corporate lawyer specialized in compliance and general director of CONIDEBID, and Mariana Larrea, a legal expert in health and sanitary regulation of the Santamarina Steta firm, are the experts of the national cannabis industry who will be the serious face of the event.
In the entertainment part, the stand-ups La Bea and Horacio Almada will participate with their speeches, in the same forum where ‘ad hoc’ food and drinks will also be offered.
HempMeds and Lion Rolling Circus are two other cannabis marketing companies that also support this first edition of Hempresarios in Mexico City.
During the forum, the three best projects that are presented will be chosen to participate in a similar event in Cancun, Quintana Roo, and will have the opportunity to receive or improve their proposals through high-level foreign cannabis investors.
The event will also feature the participation of Polita Pepper, founding activist of Cannativa, and Lorena Beltrán, who is one of the largest cannabis activists in Mexico, along with Jiangsu Wongpec, president of the Latin American cannabis alliance (ALCANN).