The company’s shares will continue to trade under the symbol TGIFF. The uplisting reflects well on the Vancouver-based company as the OTCQX is the top tier of the three marketplaces for the over-the-counter trading of stocks. The top tier is for established, high-growth and investor-focused companies wishing to gain added exposure in the United States.
"Meeting the OTCQX Best Market high financial and corporate governance standards was a significant milestone for the company during our first year of trading," said 1933 Industries CEO Brayden Sutton.
"As a US-focused issuer, we view graduating to the OTCQX Best Market as an important step in our Company's growth. Not only does it provide greater visibility and profile for our Company as we continue to penetrate legal markets in the US, but it allows us to connect with an expanded and diverse network of potential investors," he added.
The company, operating in the United States and Canada, owns licensed medical and adult-use cannabis cultivation and production assets. It controls three subsidiaries, with 91% ownership of both Alternative Medicine Association and Infused MFG and all of Spire Global Strategy.
"Graduating from the OTCQB to the OTCQX Best Market marks an important milestone for 1933 Industries," said Jason Paltrowitz, director of the OTC Markets Group International Ltd. "Trading on our premium OTCQX Market provides companies with increased visibility and more efficient trading for their global investors."
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