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The NEXT CANNABIS MECCA: It’s Not Where You Think!

If you listen to the financial news, you might get the impression that the only place on Earth where people want to consume legal cannabis products is North America. That’s the problem with mainstream news sources: they’re misinformed, so they end up leading investors down the wrong path.

I don’t blame them entirely because there has undoubtedly been robust growth in the American and Canadian legalized cannabis markets. But there’s so much more to the story than this, as the next frontier in cannabis is not in the saturated North American market, but abroad.

All of the research I’ve uncovered proves that Germany is going to be the next cannabis mecca and an absolute windfall for early-stage investors. With a population of over 82 million, Germany is Europe’s number-one economy, and the German patient population for medical cannabis includes more than 79,000 active patients – up significantly from only around 800 in 2017.

Despite the massive profit potential in this untapped consumer base, hardly anybody’s talking about this incredible moneymaking opportunity. Few businesses have access to the German cannabis market: it’s not a simple matter to acquire the licenses, capital, and connections necessary to make inroads into this region.

There is, however, a company called ICC International Cannabis Corp. (CSE: WRLD.U, OTC: WLDCF) that’s providing investors with a way to capitalize on the burgeoning German cannabis market. ICC holds a highly-coveted German medical cannabis import license and is preparing to move vast quantities of legal cannabis product into the country:

Courtesy: International Cannabis Corp. Investor Presentation

This is all possible because ICC made a brilliant move: they inked an agreement to acquire nearly half of Wayland Group’s international assets and license portfolio, which will provide unprecedented access to the German cannabis market. ICC now holds a three-year supply contract to import 35,000 kilograms of medical-grade cannabis, so you can only imagine the revenues that this will generate over the coming months and years.

This historic joint venture will grant ICC a nearly 50% interest in a German medical cannabis import license, along with a massive 840,000-square-foot facility with a 50,000-square-foot certified packaging/distribution center.

In addition to all of that, the Wayland deal will grant ICC an annual production of over 2,400 kilograms of CBD isolate, 165 hectares of CBD cultivation operations, and a three-year agreement to supply medical cannabis to 2,200 pharmacies.

The size of ICC’s Ebersbach facility in Germany has to be seen to be believed – it dwarfs their competitors’ cultivation facilities. And within Germany, there’s no competition whatsoever, as the cultivation facility closest to their size in the country is literally 1.7% the size of the Ebersbach facility:

Courtesy: International Cannabis Corp.

To give you a visual idea of how massive the Ebersbach facility really is, let’s just say that it’s somewhere between the Sydney Opera House and the gigantic O2 Arena in size:

Courtesy: International Cannabis Corp.

Don’t get the wrong idea: ICC’s operations aren’t only in Germany, as the Wayland Group deal will also provide ICC with large-scale acquisitions in Switzerland, Italy, Argentina, the U.K., Colombia, Malta, and Australia. ICC also has significant cannabis holdings outside of the Wayland acquisitions in Denmark, Poland, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Argentina, and Africa, among other locations.

With Germany on track to become the next rainmaker on the global cannabis scene, the Wayland deal is putting International Cannabis Corp. far ahead of their competitors. For exposure to the highly-promising and legal German cannabis market, as well as a strong foothold in multiple regions across the globe, WRLD.U/WLDCF shares are an absolute must-have in your portfolio.

Disclosure: I am/we are long CSE: WRLD.U, OTC: WLDCF.

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