December 14, 2017 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Future Farm Technologies Inc. (the “Company” or “Future Farm”) (CSE: FFT) (OTCQB: FFRMF) is pleased to announce that it has hired George Groccia as a Project Manager consultant to oversee the Company’s many projects in different stages of development.
Mr. Groccia is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist with a track record of helping businesses grow to their fullest potential. Having earned his MA at Golden Gate University, Mr. Groccia applied his craft as a consultant with Bearing Point, liaising with top executives within Phillips Life Sciences division. A career entrepreneur, Mr. Groccia grew a local business to gain national relevance in the hospitality sector guiding the profitable sale of his company. Passionate about the social and political climate in Boston, Mr. Groccia helped lay the foundation for Boston’s first all women ride-share company called Chariot For Women, where it finally came to be known as ‘Safr’.
In addition to project management services, Mr. Groccia will also provide Future Farm with organizational and structural support and make recommendations for culture identification and growth.
“We are very pleased to have Mr. Groccia on board,” says William Gildea, Future Farm’s CEO and Chairman. “Future Farm has many projects in different stages of development and George’s skill set is neatly aligned with our needs for maintaining project oversight and accountability.”
“I am excited about the opportunity to work with Future Farm,” says Mr. Groccia. “I look forward to helping the Company establish best practices and organizational structure for each of its projects.”
As previously announced, the Company has raised $1.4 Million through the voluntary conversion of both its $0.35 and $0.37 warrants. Shareholders who have participated in the Company’s two offerings in 2017 and have not yet exercised their right to convert the warrants into FFT common stock may still purchase shares at the exercise price of $0.35 or $0.37 per share. The $0.35 per share warrants will expire and be worthless after January 11, 2018. The $0.37 per share warrants will expire and be worthless after March 7, 2018.
Shareholders wishing to exercise their warrants are asked to contact the Company prior to December 20, 2017 by following the instructions below:
Enquiries by email:
Belinda Tyldesley at email@example.com
Original Warrant Exercise Forms and payment by way of certified cheque or bank draft payable to “Future Farm Technologies Inc.” should be delivered to #510-580 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V63 3B6 or by wire transfer in Canadian funds to Future Farm Technologies Inc. Wire instructions will be provided upon request.
For further information, contact William Gildea, Director, at 617.834.9467.
On behalf of the Board,
Future Farm Technologies Inc.
William Gildea, CEO & Chairman
About Future Farm
Future Farm Technologies Inc. is a Canadian company with projects throughout North America including California, Florida and Maryland. The Company’s business model includes developing and acquiring technologies that will position it as a leader in the evolution of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) for the global production of various types of plants, with a focus on cannabis. Future Farm provides scalable, indoor CEA systems that utilize minimal land, water and energy regardless of climate, location or time of year and are customized to grow an abundance of crops close to consumers, therefore minimizing food miles and its impact to the environment. The Company holds an exclusive, worldwide license to use a patented vertical farming technology that, when compared to traditional plant production methods, generates yields up to 10 times greater per square foot of land. The contained system provides many other benefits including 90% less water, fertilizer and land used, less travel costs, seed to sale security, scalability, consistency due to year-round production, cost control, product safety and purity by eliminating environmental variability. The Company also utilizes a leading cannabis oil extraction technology, which enables the Company to process 20lbs/hour of cannabis plant to yield approximately 908 grams/hour of oil.
The Company is also in the business of designing and distributing LED lighting solutions utilizing the COB and MCOB technology. The Company is focused on delivering cost efficient lighting to North America via advanced e-commerce sites the Company owns and operates. LEDCanada.com, which caters to B2B customers, is a supplier of the newest and highest demand LED solutions. The Company also owns and operates COBGrowlights.com, which caters to both large and small agriculture green houses and controlled cultivation centers.
The Company recently acquired the exclusive right to use a patented, augmented reality (AR) technology in the cannabis industry. As described in more detail above, the Company has decided to spin this asset off to its shareholders.
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