CannabisNewsBreaks – Namaste Technologies Inc.’s (TSX.V: N) (OTCQB: NXTTF) Position to Capitalize on Changing Cannabis Industry Highlighted in technical420 Article

Namaste Technologies (TSX.V: N) (OTCQB: NXTTF), an online platform for cannabis products, accessories, and responsible education, was highlighted in a recent article by Anthony Varrell on technical420 titled ‘Namaste Technologies Is On Track To Be One Of The Biggest Turnaround Stories of 2020’. Among other highlights, the article discusses some recent key achievements by the company as well as its strategy moving forward. “Through CannMart, Namaste is well positioned to capitalize on the cannabis 2.0 opportunity, and we find this to be significant. The company expects to start selling several new cannabis derivative products in March and to submit up to 11 unique product SKUs to Health Canada for approval,” author Anthony Varrell states in the article. “The new product formats will be available on and offered through provincial cannabis stores in authorized markets.”

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Namaste Technologies is the world’s leading online platform for cannabis products, accessories, and responsible education. The company is comprised of a number of wholly owned subsidiaries that could present significant upside and we are favorable on value creation that Namaste could deliver through this portfolio. CannMart represents one of the most important aspects of the Namaste story and the company believes that the market does not fully appreciate the value associated with this opportunity. CannMart provides customers with a diverse selection of hand-picked products from leading Canadian Licensed Producers (LPs). For more information, visit

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