The company posted more than US$1.65 million of revenue in November, along with total cash costs to achieve said revenue of approximately US$650,000. During the third quarter, NGW saw revenue above US$1 million each month.
NGW also announced that director Paul Chow has resigned to pursue other business opportunities. Chow was instrumental in NGW’s development from a private company to a publicly traded entity and played a pivotal role in helping shape the business, the company said.
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"Throughout 2020 we have shown that the company is consistently profitable quarter over quarter while transforming from a bulk cannabis seller into a highly popular consumer products goods company,” CEO Michael Jennings said in a statement. “We launched the NGW brand with premium packaged flowers in early 2020, and now we have branded products in every major premium category: flower, pre rolls, dabbable extracts, vape carts and edibles. As our Q4 results show so far, this transformation will allow NGW to consistently grow revenue and profit while we look to expand production capacity in 2021 and beyond."
NGW owns and operates a 35,000 square-foot indoor cultivation facility and possesses a seed library of over 120 cannabis strains, with multiple award-winning genetics among them.
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