Nhale, Inc. (NHLE) is a U.S. company actively pursuing acquisition opportunitiesin the rapidly expanding marijuana industry. Nhale acquires companies positioned to make a significant impact wtihin the medical and recreational cannabis market. Nhale provides emerging, proven companies with access to operating talent, tools and leadership to assist in raising their position from start-ups to robust brand leaders.
Nhale is currently aggressively seeking acquisitions in states where cannabis is legal, or soon to be legal. As an increasing number of states move toward legalization for medical or recreational use, companies with proven business models are positioned to benefit from economies of scale due to escalating demand. Focusing on candidates in the cultivation space, Nhale is poised grow into a successful, sustainable enterprise through product or company acquisition in this explosive space.
Nhale believes innovation produces profitability, especially in growth-stage organizations entering emerging industries. This belief guides Nhale’s strong commitment to develop and commercialize cutting-edge consumer-oriented products primed for rapid commercialization. The company has identified strategic industry partnerships to support this growth objective and to secure an increasing footprint in the booming marijuana market.
- Participating in Lucrative Market
Valuable Industry Collaborations
Highly Innovative Technology
Specialized Management Team
Responsible Business Practice
Nhale is one of the cannabis market’s most powerful growth opportunities
Technological advancements play an important role in the marijuana industry, particularly in cannabis cultivation. These advancements often determine success or failure in an industry that is progressing at a very rapid rate - early adopters are moving quickly to stay competitive.
Nhale is bringing together some of the best scientific knowledge adopted from modern greenhouse practices, the commercial agriculture space and other areas, maximizing the potential for success.
The company’s advanced cultivation technology, the Growpod, will enable growing cannabis under optimum, high tech conditions. Growpod is a modern, self-contained grow environment that is economical, efficient and secure. The technology is based on the integrated science of controlled environment agriculture (CEA), a combination of engineering, plant science and computer-managed facility control to optimize plant development, plant quality and production efficiency.
Nhale is collaborating with experts in the cultivation sector to deliver a leading edge system for its soon to be available grow container that will feature ease of use for the first-time cultivator and high performance for the experienced grower.
“By engaging in responsible business practices, we are positioning ourselves to become an early market leader. Our company’s success can only grow as more states vote to legalize marijuana.” - Nhale President and CEO Lance Williams
According to NORML New Jersey, a non-profit advocate for marijuana legalization, five or six more states could adopt some form of legalization by the end of 2016, bringing more than half of the U.S. into the fold. In Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, pot merchants are scrambling to find enough vacant warehouse space suitable for growing their product while some recreational stores have been obligated to limit sales as a result of strong demand from customers outpacing supply.
Closed modular cultivation systems such as Nhale’s Growpod allow growers to develop high density facilities that will accelerate access to a healthy and secure supply of affordable, high quality product – and do it more efficiently and economically than traditional grow operations.
Multibillion dollar industry expected to continue astronomical growth
The U.S. cannabis market is slated to grow to $2.6 billion this year and upward to $10.2 billion in 5 years, according to Arcview Group.
Focusing on some of the most promising trends, Nhale is investigating responsible business opportunities and engaging with industry experts.
With nearly 60% of the nation now in favor of legalization, the marijuana industry is exploding as new opportunities and challenges emerge. Nhale seeks to enter a segment of the industry that will allow for growth as it creates, builds and launches intellectual property, raising the bar for marketing in a space that is still in its infancy but growing exponentially.
“We are seeking innovations that will set us apart. We plan to build a strong foundation which will allow Nhale to grow and deliver shareholder value.” – Nhale CEO Lance Williams
Lance Williams – Nhale President, CEO, Master Grower
Prior to joining Nhale as president and CEO, Lance Williams was involved in the set-up and management of a 7,000-square-foot horticulture operation which during a 12-year period grew to a facility of 5,000 plants and 6 employees. He was responsible for all aspects of the large-scale warehouse grow operation, from seedling through harvest. In this capacity he prepared and implemented operational and business plans, handled budgets and accounts, analyzed costs, developed new products and techniques, negotiated with suppliers, developed planting regimens, and recruited and trained a skilled workforce.
Williams managed all tasks in the operation, including cloning, transplanting, foliar and preventative spraying programs, infestation control and management, trimming, super cropping, topping, flushing, drying, curing, packaging, waste disposal and inventory management. He managed the operation under the highest standards of professionalism, developing warehouse protocols and nutrient regimens.
Williams managed plant scheduling and organization to precisely project all needs on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. While managing the operation, he experienced at least a 90% success rate as a result of mastery of soil growing methods, knowledge of container systems and understanding temperature and humidity manipulation, and has experience with modern lighting systems and set-ups. He researched new techniques and gained insight to expand his knowledge in nutrients for individual strains.