Vibe Bioscience Corporation

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Cannabis / merchandising 

Commenced Trading

April 2 / 2019

Primary Exchange/Symbol


Shares Issued, Outstanding


Investor Information

Mark Waldron / CEO
A Former CEO of a NYSE-Amex company and Domino's Pizza of Canada
Veteran entrepreneur, public and private company board member and private equity investor
Former Vice President of J.P. Morgan & Co., US Hedge Fund Equity Derivatives
Dual citizen of Canada and the United States
Undergraduate at the Ivey Business School, Western University and MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

For further information, please contact Glen Nelson / / 403-763-9797 

Nature Of The business

: Cannabis / merchandising specialty stores
Vibe is a vertically integrated cannabis company whose mission is to become a dominant California cannabis retailer and multi-state operator. The company delivers exceptional retail experiences with its Vibe by California brand and ethos, premier cultivation product, and high-efficiency delivery and distribution. Vibe’s management team brings expertise in retail, cannabis cultivation, and mergers and acquisitions to support its U.S. expansion through accretive acquisitions and organic growth.

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