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Medicine Man Technologies Presentation Now Available for On-Demand Viewing

Company invites individual and institutional investors as well as advisors to log-on to VirtualInvestorConferences.com to view presentation

DENVER, Nov. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Medicine Man Technologies (MDCL) one of the United States' leading cannabis branding and consulting companies, today announced that the November 2 presentation from CEO, Brett Roper, is now available for on-demand viewing at VirtualInvestorConferences.com.

View investor presentations 24/7 at www.virtualinvestorconferences.com . (PRNewsFoto/OTC Markets Group Inc.)

LINK:  https://tinyurl.com/1102postpr

Medicine Man Technologies' presentation will be available 24/7 for 90 days. Investors and advisors may download shareholder materials from the "virtual trade booth" for the next three weeks.

Recent Company Highlights

  • In October 2017, Medicine Man Technologies secured a German tender client, marking Medicine Man's first European-based medical cultivation client, and established a relationship with Orion GMP Solutions
  • In October 2017, Medicine Man Technologies announced it had secured twelve new clients, significantly expanding its domestic and international footprint
  • In September 2017, Medicine Man secured over $1 million in new equity capital from outside as well as inside investors, expanding the Company's existing product and service offering and repaying all convertible debt
  • In August 2017, Medicine Man reported Q2 2017 earnings, highlighted by 489% year-over-year revenue growth

Learn more about the event at www.VirtualInvestorConferences.com.

To be added to the Medicine Man email distribution list, please email, MDCL@kcsa.com with MDCL in the subject line.

About Medicine Man Technologies
Established in March 2014, the Company secured its first client/licensee in April 2014. To date, the Company has provided guidance for several clients that have successfully secured licenses to operate cannabis businesses within their state. The Company currently has fifty-nine active clients in California, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, Illinois, Michigan, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Maryland, and Puerto Rico in the United States and territories, and Australia, Canada, Germany, and South Africa, internationally.  We continue to focus on working with clients to 1) utilize its experience, technology, and training to help secure a license in states with newly emerging regulations, 2) deploy the Company's highly effective variable capacity constant harvest cultivation practices through its deployment of Cultivation MAX, and eliminate the liability of single grower dependence, 3) avoid the costly mistakes generally made in start-up, 4) stay engaged with an ever expanding team of licensees and partners, all focused on quality and safety that will 'share' the ever-improving experience and knowledge of the network, and 5) continuing the expansion of its Brands Warehouse concept. 

About VirtualInvestorConferences.com
Since 2010, VirtualInvestorConferences.com, created by BetterInvesting (NAIC) and PRNewswire, has been the only monthly virtual investor conference series that provides an interactive forum for presenting companies to meet directly with investors using a graphically-enhanced online platform.

Designed to replicate the look and feel of location-based investor conferences, Virtual Investor Conferences unites PR Newswire's leading-edge online conferencing and investor communications capabilities with BetterInvesting's extensive retail investor audience network.

 

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