Cannabis Science Inc (OTCMKTS:CBIS) featured its products to the world in Spannabis Fair organized from March 20 to March 22, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain,. The company said that after the fair it immediately started meeting with representatives of organizations and businesses interested in offering its products to their clients from across Spain.
The management of Cannabis Science said that the fair was a huge success. It is the initial exposure that the company was looking for the successful launch of its brand in Europe allowing the world know about Cannabis Science and its extensive product pipeline. As of now, the company is well-positioned to release the products in several new consumer markets enabling to accept orders on a wholesale level.
In just three days, Spannabis event attracted over 50,000 visitors coming from different places of the world. It was a quite busy fair for Cannabis Science. The company had two different teams, one of which was taking initial product orders and talking with potential customers, while the second team solved various queries related to company and its products from private individuals and organizations and companies from across Europe, the U.S. and Asia.
Cannabis Science reported that interest of customers in the company’s products was tremendous. The management met a number of prospective customers and several targeted area representatives accountable for sales for their respective firms, all of whom are interested in Cannabis products in some way or another.
Cannabis Science Inc (OTCMKTS:CBIS) stated that attendees’ interest in product formed three different types of clientele. The first one was cannabis firm that offer growing solutions, seeds and lighting that are now emerging to play a vital role in the medical cannabis sector. The second group was Spanish cannabis social clubs and last group constituted organizations run by doctors and patients seeking to offer quality CBD medical products to patients across Spain.
In last trading session, CBIS share price plunged more than 6% to close at $0.0445, with almost 6.83 million shares traded.