Phoenix, Arizona–(Newsfile Corp. – May 19, 2020) – The Stock Day Podcast welcomed Cannabis Global, Inc. (OTC: MCTC) (“the Company”), a Nevada registered, fully reporting and audited publicly-traded company. CEO of the Company, Arman Tabatabaei, joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly.
The interview began with a brief introduction of the Company’s background and growth strategy. “We’ve taken IP portfolios and turned them into productization, and we’re going towards a vertical integration method, if you would, in expanding the company,” shared Tabatabaei.
Jolly noted that the Company stands out among others in the cannabis industry due to its unique portfolio of intellectual property. “Can you tell us about some of the patents your team has in process, and especially the new formulation that you’re working with right now?” asked Jolly. “The roots of our company is our intellectual property,” said Tabatabaei. “The overall strategy has been to develop the intellectual property first and then move towards building products around that intellectual property, and finally to engage in some vertical integration,” explained Tabatabaei.
“We have now filed six provisional patents,” continued Tabatabaei. “Simply put, the intellectual property centers on better ways to integrate cannabinoids into foods and beverages,” he explained, adding that the Company strives to design chemical-free fusion technologies.
“We have also been a leader in polymeric nanoparticles. For a little company, we have developed some truly groundbreaking technologies,” shared Tabatabaei. “It’s really exciting what we’ve done and been able to accomplish.”
Jolly then asked about the Company’s monetization strategy. “We’re now moving these core patent-pending technologies into product,” said Tabatabaei, elaborating on the Company’s expanding product list. “We’re also super excited about our recent announcement relative to likely being first to the market with THC-V beverages,” added Tabatabaei. “The entire concept of the company is to develop the core technologies and then