Overseas Backers Push Ganja Co-Op For Jamaica
September 24, 2016 | REMAXJA Admin
A group of international investors is looking to partner with local interests, particularly small farmers to corner the local and export market for ganja.
InCuBis International is working through the Ganja Growers & Producers Association (GGPASS) to have local farmers join a co-operative to control the marijuana industry 'from seed to sale', according to business consultant Tony Melcher.
Declaring that "the best weed comes from Jamaica", Melcher carefully laid out InCuBis' objectives as the "first incubation partnership in the world" at a Kingston forum.
"We're not an investment company. We're here to partner our intentions, our prospects, our business model is built on you and really partnering with you. We're not here to change, we're here to augment, assist and help you find the success that we're all looking for," Melcher said as he addressed a specially convened ganja investors' symposium.
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