Higher Yields Cannabis Consulting Expands Globally

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The Company Will Establish an Office in Portugal
to Bring More Cannabusinesses into the European Market


DENVER – September 14, 2022 – Higher Yields Cannabis Consulting (Higher Yields), a premier Denver-based cannabis consulting firm, has announced that it is increasing its presence in Latin America and Europe. The company has signed a lease in Lisbon, Portugal to expand its involvement in the European cannabis market.

The international cannabusiness consulting firm has deep experience in the legalization of cannabis in the United States and globally. Higher Yields is executing its strategic alignment and global expansion plan by securing its place atop the international cannabis market. By expanding its global footprint, the company will continue its long tradition of supporting cannabis businesses in understanding how to successfully enter the marketplace and expand their current businesses while delivering exceptional products and services to their customers.

“Our mission is to advocate for the global acceptance of cannabis; to help people understand the medicinal and economic benefits,” says Higher Yields Chief Executive Officer Cory Waggoner. “We create safe and sustainable programs to ensure cannabis products are safe and clean for medicinal use.”

A recent study by Grand View Research shows that the international (legal) cannabis market was valued at $17.8 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 25.3% from 2022 to 2030.

“We bring an elevated standard of compliance, sourcing experience, and business development expertise to those who seek to establish and advance their own business in the thriving cannabis industry,” says Higher Yields Chief Revenue Officer Anthony Adkins.

Higher Yields’ executives are attending two major conferences–the Latam Cann.Biz event in Panama and the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Illinois–to meet with industry leaders and are traveling to Europe in September 2022 to meet with clients. Executives will meet with US expansion team members from Bulldog consumption lounge in Barcelona and Ibiza to tour their current operations and discuss multiple consumption lounge projects for the United States.

Additionally, Higher Yields will tour potential offices in Panama to increase its presence and involvement in the Latin America cannabis market.

Cannabis is a plant that has existed in the global arena long before its illegalization. The world is seeing an international movement to tear down the stigma associated with the plant and bring its medicinal properties to the broader market.

Higher Yields provides cannabis consulting services such as program creation, licensing, real estate, cultivation and retail management, business planning, facility design-build services, branding, marketing, compliance, banking access, and more. To learn more, visit https://higheryieldsconsulting.com/.

About Higher Yields Consulting

Higher Yields Consulting (Higher Yields) is a Denver-based, international cannabusiness consulting firm whose founding members have been successfully providing professional consulting services to the commercial cannabis and hemp industries since 2008. From licensing, real estate, cultivation management, business planning, facility design-build services, human resource services, branding, marketing, compliance, banking access, and more, Higher Yields has decades of combined experience working closely with clients across the booming cannabis industry. The company has overseen the design, build, and operations of nearly one billion dollars in cannabis facilities alone and offers an in-house marketing and branding team. Learn more and chat with us at higheryieldsconsulting.com.


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