Greengro Technologies Prepares to Meet Rising Demand for Cultivation Equipment Resulting From International Interest in Legalized Cannabis Operations

This agreement will empower Greengro to bolster the Company’s position in the marketplace, preparing GRNH for a strong anticipated upsurge in demand for farming capacity, industry wide.

“This is a great step forward in our preparation to facilitate serious production in the industry. We believe we are standing on the threshold of great developments, and we anticipate that this deal will bring momentum to the market at a time that could not be more pivotal,” stated James Haas, CEO of Greengro Technologies, Inc.

Upon exploration of the Company’s complementary means and objectives, meaningful dialog has ensued, and a strategic plan is being developed. Cannabrands AG, a publicly traded company listed on the Berlin Stock exchange, recently announced that they anticipate this endeavor (based on contributing factors) has the potential to generate revenues in the six-figure range for their Company.

The Company will keep shareholders updated as events unfold with the its new product line, as well as other projects currently underway.

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