NetworkNewsBreaks – Cannabis Strategic Ventures, Inc. (NUGS) Growing Portfolio of Brands, Hard Assets

Cannabis Strategic Ventures (OTC: NUGS) is increasing its presence within the cannabis industry through a series of well-timed business building endeavors. One such endeavor was its recently announced introduction of PureOrganix, a brand marketed by subsidiary Pure Applied Sciences, in California dispensaries. A recent article discussing the company reads, “The growing legalization landscape for cannabis portends fertile ground for cannabis-related businesses. Cannabis Strategic Ventures operates out of Los Angeles as a publicly traded entity committed to acquiring, incubating, developing and partnering with companies in the startup and growth stages worldwide. Its commitment of capital and expertise to the cannabis sector and ancillary industries is in turn a vehicle for building a continually expanding portfolio of brands and hard assets to which investors in vertically integrated enterprises can turn.”

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About Cannabis Strategic Ventures, Inc.

Cannabis Strategic Ventures is a Los Angeles based firm that incubates, develops and partners with category leaders within the cannabis sector. The Firm’s NUGS brand experience provides mentorship and a range of essential services to emerging and existing Cannabis consumer brands. The company recently completed a name and symbol change from Cascade Energy, Inc. Cannabis Strategic Ventures is publicly traded on the U.S. Over the Counter Market with the stock symbol NUGS. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CannabisStrategic.com.

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