Global Cannabis Partnership Welcomes Five New Members

Published: March 21, 2019

Global Cannabis Partnership Welcomes Five New Members

The Global Cannabis Partnership (GCP) is pleased to announce the addition of five new Members.

The GCP welcomes Canndescent, Cronos Group, MNP LLP, ONE Cannabis Group and Rubicon Organics Inc. With a mandate to establish social responsibility standards for the cannabis industry worldwide, membership is open to government agencies, licensed producers, national associations, industry partners and community groups who play a role in the cannabis industry supply chain.

Canndescent became the first cannabis cultivator in the world to abandon traditional strain names and pioneer effects-based cannabis and is currently considered one of California’s top selling brands of luxury flower products. Also joining from the U.S. is cannabis operator and franchisor ONE Cannabis Group, which has five franchise agreements signed for Colorado development, as well as several agreements in the works in North America with different entrepreneurial teams. Joining from Canada, Cronos Group is an innovative global cannabinoid company committed to advancing cannabis research, technology and product development. MNP LLP is the fifth largest national accounting and consulting firm in Canada and a leading advisor in the cannabis industry, servicing clients internationally. Rubicon Organics Inc. is a Licensed Producer focused on building super-premium organic cannabis brands with operations in Canada, Washington and California.

“As the industry continues to grow, our membership is expanding along with it,” said Kim Wilson, Executive Director. “We’re thrilled to have these new Members, who are committed to Corporate Social Responsibility and making a positive contribution to the Partnership. The diversity of our membership brings a broad perspective and expertise to the table, which will help us set standards and guidelines for best practices in the cannabis industry worldwide.”

The new five Members expand GCP’s total membership number to 37. The Partnership is working to create international standards for the safe and responsible production, distribution and consumption of legal cannabis.

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