Marapharm is pleased to announce the appointment of Rene Wolfe as Corporate Secretary. Rene has over 25 years of corporate office experience and has been an integral part of the Marapharm Management Team for the past two years. She is a highly skilled organizer who has the proven ability to seamlessly coordinate all business details to meet tight deadlines, in this fast-paced work environment. Rene is committed to the success of Marapharm, and the Company looks forward to the continuance of her strong management skills and top-level support to executives, staff and shareholders. She will replace Yari Nieken, who has held this position since June 2016. Yari will remain on as an independent director overseeing the executive compensation and audit committees. Additionally, Brian Lovig has resigned as interim president and the Company is pleased to report that Linda Sampson will assume the role of President and remain as CEO.
“As we move into this next phase of development, it is essential to have a strong management team. Rene possesses the highest degree of integrity and brings a keen eye for details to maximize corporate productivity and efficiency which makes her an invaluable team member”, Linda Sampson CEO.
ABOUT MARAPHARM VENTURES INC.
Marapharm is a publicly traded company investing in the medical and recreational cannabis space, since 2014. Marapharm has rapidly expanded to include having cultivation, production and dispensary locations in the key North American states of Washington, Nevada, and California, and are seeking expansion opportunities worldwide.
Marapharm trades in Canada, ticker symbol MDM on the CSE, in the United States, ticker symbol MRPHF on the OTCQB, and in Europe, ticker symbol 2Mo on the FSE. Marapharm also trades on other recognized platforms in Europe including Stuttgart, Tradegate, L & S, Quotnx, Dusseldorf, Munich, and Berlin.
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MARIJUANA INDUSTRY INVOLVEMENT:
Canadian listings (CSE) will remain in good standing as long as they provide the disclosure that is rightly required by regulators and complying with applicable licensing requirements and the regulatory framework enacted by the applicable state in which they operate.
Marapharm owns marijuana licenses in California and Nevada. Marijuana is legal in each state however marijuana remains illegal under US federal law and the approach to enforcement of US federal law against marijuana is subject to change. Shareholders and investors need to be aware that adverse enforcement actions could affect their investments and that Marapharm’s ability to access private and public capital could be affected and or could not be available to support continuing operations. Marapharm’s business is conducted in a manner consistent with state law and is in compliance with licensing requirements.
Copies of licenses are posted on Marapharm’s website. Marapharm has internal compliance procedures in place and has compliance focused attorneys engaged in jurisdictions to monitor changes in laws for compliance with US federal and state law on an ongoing basis. These law firms inform any necessary changes to our policies and procedures for compliance in Canada and the US.
FORWARD – LOOKING STATEMENTS:
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