FinancialBuzz.com’s latest Buzz on the Street Show: Featuring Our Corporate News Recap on “SIML Drives-Down Debt and Increases Profits From the $50B Cannabis Industry With NASDAQ on the Horizon.”
Simlatus Corporation (OTC: SIML) is a holding company focused on opportunities in the cannabis space. The Company owns and operates a number of subsidiaries with multiple revenue streams. While acquisitions of companies in the hemp sector accelerate worldwide as industrial and consumer hemp/CBD markets develop, our Proscere Bioscience is the company’s division focused on the CBD industry. In addition, the company’s diversity includes other subsidiaries, such as Satel Group, a premier high-rise DirecTV provider for the financial commercial and residential metropolitan San Francisco Bay area, and Simlatus, a manufacturer of audio/video products that currently sells to DirecTV, CBS, Fox News and Warner Bros.
Simlatus Corporation is a revenue company that manufactures and markets commercial High-Definition (HD) and Analog audio/video systems for the global broadcast studio industry. These products have been sold to major networks over the past 15 years, and Simlatus continues to lead the commercial industry with high-end equipment. Our newest products “SyncPal™,” available in early 2017, and Simlatus-IBS™, in development, will revolutionize studio management and audio/video control using smartphones or smart glasses.
Competition among companies causes industries to evolve and adapt to the changing landscape. Essentially, every single global industry has witnessed a transitional period due to competition and changes in consumer demand and now the cannabis industry is also beginning to witness a revolutionary change. When most people hear about cannabis, they most likely think of flower. While traditional flower still makes up the majority of overall sales in many different global markets, its market share is rapidly depleting. In particular, regions that adopted cannabis early on such as Colorado and Oregon are witnessing declining flower sales. For instance, when Colorado first began recreational sales in 2014, flower dominated 67% of the state legal sales. However, four years in 2018 sales of flower diminished to 44%. During the same period, the market share of concentrates filled the gap, extending from 15% to 31% of the overall sales. Nonetheless, producers still require cannabis flower in order to make concentrates, meaning there is still a large business-to-business demand for flower. Moreover, there remains a large demand for flower for consumers who prefer to smoke cannabis via joints or other paraphilia. And as the market continues to accelerate, consumers are beginning to demand more personalized strains and experiences. Whether a consumer is a new or frequent user, the cannabis marketplace has the ideal and perfect product to please both ends of the consumer spectrum. According to data compiled by Grand View Research, the global legal marijuana market is expected to reach a value of USD 66.3 Billion by the end of 2025 while exhibiting a CAGR of 23.9%.
Typically, cannabis is associated with its psychological, mind-altering effects. However, some strains can be rich in CBD or cannabidiol, and provide a more relaxing effect rather than a “high.” Predominantly, most novice users may prefer a dominant CBD strain as their THC tolerance may not be as high as a frequent user. THC or tetrahydrocannabinol is the compound found in the cannabis plant that causes the psychoactive effects and a strain that is THC dominant will cause cerebral-altering effects and more frequent consumer may prefer a more THC-dominant strain because they may have developed a higher tolerance. Strains are most commonly classified on a CBD to THC ratio. For instance, a 1:0 ratio is solely CBD and no THC, which will cause no “high” effect at all. On the other hand, a 0:1 ratio will cause a high psychotropic effect, according to Alpha Cat. Moreover, certain strains can be 20:1, which is primarily used in the medical field to target neurological issues. In contrast, a 1:1 ratio is a hybrid split between CBD and THC, mainly used to treat symptoms of cancer and severe pain. Cannabis cultivators can produce a specific ratio based on the seed used as well as the growing process. Normally, a cannabis seed’s genetic makeup dictates the outcome of the plant and a potent seed can generally be comprised of more than 20% THC levels, while a less potent seed can have more than 10% CBD levels. The majority of the cannabinoids found within a cannabis plant are located in the trichomes and cultivators harvesting cannabis take special care not to damage the plant, as trichomes tend to be very delicate. Environmental factors such as lighting, nutrients, humidity, watering, and airflow will have an impact on the development of trichomes. Furthermore, providing the appropriate heat levels and carefully harvesting each individual plant to minimize contact with the flowering buds will yield more trichomes and potentially enhance the plant’s contents. The attentive and precise care of each sole plant is commonly known as the cultivation of “craft cannabis,” an artisanal profession practiced mainly by small-sized cultivators. “Craft cannabis is generally considered to be natural, handcrafted and traditionally produced by independent growers. So, basically, the good stuff, grown by passionate experts—without lights, without industrial equipment, without pesticides. Instead, each plant is personally and carefully tended to by the grower using organic methods and sunlight,” said Lieze Boshoff, Founder of cannabis content marketing and copywriting agency, LBC3 Marketing.
For more information, please visit: Simlatus Corporation
For more corporate news on Simlatus Corporation, check out the Buzz on the Street
About Buzz on the Street: One of FinancialBuzz.com’s latest corporate and financial news shows, covering the latest trending stock market news. Buzz on the Street looks to become a leader in corporate video news dissemination. Buzz on the Street is 100% original content, brought to you by Financial Buzz Media.