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Hemptown Organics is unique in the legalized cannabis sector as the company remained under the public market radar until its operations were actually operational.

Speaking of which, the company brought in 110,000 pounds of feminized hemp biomass in 2018 and purchased one million rare CBG seeds to plant in 2019.

Hemptown also has the confidence of financial institutions, having just over-subscribed a convertible debenture offering for CAD$24 million and its not hard to understand why.

In the first half of this fiscal cycle, Hemptown is reporting the same caliber of revenues as billion-dollar ‘juggernaut’ Cronos Group (CRON.T), but Hemptown has a realistic market cap with room to fly.

Equity.Guru’s own Chris Parry, spoke with Hemptown co-founder, director and president, Michael Townsend, to lift up the hood on the company, its revenue run and its highly anticipated IPO expected in Q4 2019.


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Chris Parry

Chris Parry is a two-time Webster Award winning journalist who has been featured in the pages of The Vancouver Sun, The Province, National Post, Spin, Hollywood Reporter, FHM, Stuff, and Stockhouse. He was the first business journalist to identify and focus on the move to marijuana as an investment opportunity, and started Equity.Guru as a venue for honest, no punches pulled coverage of the North American public markets.

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Hi Chris, i like your podscast very much. the current one with hemptown (Michael Townsend) is extremely hard or even impossible for me to understand because the quality is very bad. There is probably no transcript?