Chemesis International (CSI.U) named Ubican Global as its supplier for the United States VICKI program earlier this week, according to a press release.

Ubican Global supplies a family of brands, each sporting multiple products, including tinctures, digestibles, edibles, pet, beauty and skin care products, as well as topical, edible, fitness and smokable products.

“Ubican’s focus is to bring high-quality and diversified brands and products to the marketplace. The scope of our portfolio allows us to cater to a wide variety of demographics, which fits well with the VICKI program. As retail and consumer habits continue to evolve, we are enthusiastic about providing our consumers the ability to interact with the VICKI platform. We are excited about our partnership with Chemesis and look forward to jointly building both brands in the U.S. market,” said Bryce Davis, chief executive officer of Ubican.

A former equity guru client, Chemesis International has expanded their reach beyond being a cannabis MSO and now also provides an artificial intelligence base retail solution. The company presently holds the rights to an AI-based kiosk that can be deployed in high-traffic areas like shopping malls, stadiums, transit hubs, etc, and used to drive retail sales.

The team has already cultivated over ten brands using these kiosks, which are now well recognized throughout the CBD industry. Each brand is chosen specifically for its demographic, giving each brand the opportunity to develop brand loyalty and a steady revenue stream.

“Partnering with Ubican is a significant step forward in our development program for the VICKI sales strategy. The team provides a strong and robust set of brands and products. With the support of Ubican as our primary supplier, Chemesis will apply to ensure a consistent supply of high-quality products for our VICKI machines across the U.S,” said Josh Rosenberg, president of Chemesis.

CSI will help Ubican with VICKI machine placement in high-traffic areas to maximize their revenue opportunities, and work together to make sure each machine is stocked with a specific set of brands and products that work best with their targeted demographic.

—Joseph Morton

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