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Profiting from Cannabis Without Touching The Plant

About the Event

A Fireside Chat on alternative investing in the Cannabis industry with: 

  • Michael Wang: CEO, Ispire Technology, the global leader in vaporizer technology
  • William Healy: Partner and Head of Capital Formation, Silver Spike Capital, a private credit alternative asset manager and SEC-registered investment adviser

Of the many challenges of investing in the cannabis industry, one of the most complex has to do with the state by state regulations and federal restrictions that cannabis companies face.

What differentiates Ispire (NASDAQ: ISPR) from everyone else in the cannabis industry is they are not a cannabis company. They are a technology company that makes hardware for cannabis consumers. Because they don’t have anything to do with the plant, they don’t have to deal with those issues. In fact, they are the only vaporizer company on the United States exchanges.

As Head of Capital Formation for Silver Spike Capital, William Healy has decades of experience in emerging markets, new asset classes, and investment strategies. Since 1986, he has advised and covered multinational corporations, institutional investors, family offices, and capital allocators in Europe, Latin America, and the US. With this extensive industry expertise, Bill is uniquely qualified to speak on this topic.

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