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Investor Member

Investor Member

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The management team is committed to working with entrepreneurs in the medical cannabis market and supporting them and their ancillary companies toward growth and success. CannaFundraise.com provides capital, advice, and connections to our entrepreneurs to help propel their companies so that they can further thrive toward the next level of success. Become an Investor Member by registering below; join us and support entrepreneurs thrive to the next level of success.

Investor Members are accredited investors who can review and invest in current investment opportunities. You will be informed of new opportunities, pitch events and available company webinars.

REGISTER

The first step to becoming an investor is to become a Member. Membership is free and takes about 15 seconds.

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REVIEW

After you’ve registered, you can view available investment opportunities. Business plans, financials and pitch decks are available, so you can review the companies seeking funding.

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INVEST

When you find a company you’d like to invest in, you can invest a minimum amount of $2,000, and you can do it all online via ACH or by wire transfer. The first step is to become an Investor Member; membership is free to accredited investor, only seconds to apply.

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“I have found in my study of these patients that cannabis is really a safe, effective and non-toxic alternative to many standard medications.”

Philip Denney

MD

“Marijuana is quite possibly the finest of intoxicants. It has been scientifically proven, for decades, to be much less harmful to the body than alcohol when used on a regular basis"

Nick Offerman

“I was fascinated that one could have such perceptual changes, and also that they went with a certain feeling of significance, an almost numinous feeling. I’m strongly atheist by disposition, but nonetheless when this happened, I couldn’t help thinking, ‘That must be what the hand of God is like.”

Oliver Sacks

Neurologist