Surna’s mission is to manufacture equipment for the legal marijuana industry with a focus on disruptive technology, equipment and related support services. Additionally, Surna is in the business of acquiring intellectual property and companies currently operating within this industry, with the ultimate goal of bringing technology to the cannabis marketplace and contributing to the explosive growth in the cannabis industry.
Surna aims to dominate the infrastructure, growing and support side of the global cannabis industry by aggregating advanced technologies, intellectual property and scalable operating companies. The Company’s business model excludes the production or sale of marijuana.
The Company envisions that the cannabis industry will expand horizontally and spin off advanced, related, and conventionally regulated new sectors such as food products, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, remote agricultural monitoring technologies and much more to drive industry growth.
“Silicon Valley for Weed”
In Colorado, Surna enjoys being at the epicenter of the marijuana industry, an important advantage that cannot be underestimated. As an intellectual property company, (utilizing a model similar to cellular IP giant Qualcomm), or as a holding company of next-generation equipment manufacturers, Surna is not affected by any marijuana related regulations in Colorado or elsewhere. Yet within the cannabis industry, Colorado is informally known as “Silicon Valley for Weed” for attracting the most educated and qualified experts, management, and capital.
Colorado was the first US state to permit medical marijuana through a State Constitutional Amendment in 2000, and is the first to legalize substantial cannabis plant cultivation and recreational use. Accordingly, the “Colorado Model” is routinely studied by states, federal regulators and international observers for adoption elsewhere in the global marijuana market. Existence in the epicenter of the industry gives Surna the applied knowledge and experience to choose its acquisitions wisely and to give its customer base the benefit of the knowledge gained by being a true industry pioneer.
In merging with Safari, Surna acquires a patented "Airstream" reflector and right, title and interest to 14 intellectual property patents currently in development and expected to be ready for market soon. The Company believes the IP portfolio is disruptive with near term application for next-generation commercialization in a variety of cannabis indoor climate control and related systems. With excellent suitability to other indoor agriculture markets, the existing intellectual property and future development present an opportunity to capitalize on existing infrastructure weaknesses in a manner that both streamlines the existing process and optimizes existing technologies. The IP portfolio was developed by Stephen and Brandy Keen, renowned Boulder, Colorado-based innovators in the technology market for the cannabis grow industry.
Phone: (303) 997-6050
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1780 55th Street, Suite A
Boulder, CO 80301
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