Cannabis Investment Capital
The “Green Rush” has propelled the cannabis industry into a highly competitive marketplace. Raising investment capital and investing in a Cannabis business should not be ventured into lightly. Cannabis start-ups require significant capital and lack of provable income often complicates the valuation of early-stage cannabis businesses. Our team assists new and existing cannabis businesses to create favorable yet defensible valuations, compile sophisticated prospectuses, and employ up to date resources to generate sufficient capital under agreeable terms.
Procuring Investment Capital
Establishing a cannabis enterprise requires resources. Cannabis businesses struggle to procure investment due to the following reasons: (a) little to no documented operating history; (b) limited financial information; and (c) speculative financial projections. These impediments to financial verifiability entail a high degree of investor scrutiny and investors and businesses must both be prepared to assist the vetting and due diligence required by both parties. Green Consulting Partners approaches investment procurement with an eye for value added partners and is capable of compiling investment packages that will not only impress potential investors but pass muster with an investor’s accountants and attorneys. Our goal is to facilitate win-win investment partnerships. Our firm has a robust roster of industry figures, and we are capable of communicating intelligently with sophisticated investors.
Green Consulting Partners works with clients to ensure the proper safeguards are in place, on behalf of both investor clients and clients raising capital. Investment agreements must be approached on a case-by-case basis, and our strong suit is crafting personalized agreements with clear-cut parameters and expectations. Whether it is an expedited payback plan, a security backed loan agreement, or various forms of pre-investment due diligence, Green Consulting Partners can facilitate practically every facet of client investment activities.
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