29 Oct

Investing in CBD? Real Brands Is Making Big Moves

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The CBD market is growing, and acquisitions are heating up. Real Brands is a top, under-the-radar investment candidate.

RLBD (Real Brands, Inc.) is a brand building company focusing on the hemp-derived CBD space and based out of Florida. The company has been receiving increased attention from Wall Street. If you’re discovering RLBD for the first time, start your own due diligence right away. RLBD just had extremely exciting news, and investors who discover RLBD before it releases even more exciting news could be in for an incredible ride.

The global CBD market is growing, and recent reports suggest it will grow at an unprecedented rate over the next few years. Larger companies are seeing this trend. They’re beginning to partner with existing companies and acquire smaller companies to capitalize on the opportunity. Investors in CBD buyout candidates stand to make major profits! And Real Brands is one company that may be an ideal investment for investors looking to cash in on this booming market.

A recent report suggests that the global hemp oil market will grow at a CAGR of 31.08% from 2018 to 2022.

Investing in CBD? Real Brands Is Making Big Moves

Key CBD market influencers

More than half of consumers view CBD positively. And 28% of consumers are currently using CBD products daily or as needed for pain, mental health, and general wellness. These figures leave room for significant growth in the coming years.

Constellation Brands’ deal with Canopy Growth sparks CBD acquisition market

Constellation Brands (STZ) turned heads when it was the first major company to place a bet on the CBD and marijuana market. The company is investing $4 billion dollars in Canopy Growth Corporation (WEED), a cannabis- and hemp-derived CBD company.

Canopy will offer various brands and curated cannabis- and hemp-derived CBD varieties. These new Canopy products will be available in dried, oil, and softgel-capsule formats.

A big winner will be a US CBD company offering consumer products

This big news is why we’re telling you to drop everything and take a look at Real Brands, Inc. (RLBD). The company recently registered the CBD Pharmacy™, which will be launching with proprietary formulas melding CBD with ancient Chinese remedies.

Moreover, RLBD has also acquired the Hempade®, Humboldt®, and Omegahemp™ trademarks. And the company is expected to launch a wider variety of consumer products under these trademarks soon.

RLBD has also recently acquired www.realbrands.com, and it’s expected to launch its own e-commerce website to sell hemp-derived CBD consumer products directly to consumers. RLDB’s impressive portfolio will be extremely enticing to the major players looking to enter the US market.

RLBD’s management and recent audit drive investor growth and profits!

Another reason RLBD will be a highly-sought-after company is its impressive C-Suite. From their skills at taking various startups to IPO on the Nasdaq to managing multi-million-dollar corporations on Wall Street, RLBD’s management is a sure win for investors. We anticipate that the recent completion of their two-year audit will accelerate their efforts towards the company becoming a fully reporting company with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Let’s take a closer look at management.

Real Brands Chairman Peter Christos

Chairman Peter Christos has over 30 years of experience as a Wall Street executive. He also has an impressive track record of taking companies from start-up status to gaining acquisitions. His experience and connections are major factors in why RLBD will be such a big winner.

Peter was founding chairman and CEO of AND Interactive Communications Corp., a private software company acquired in 1994 by TCI Technology Ventures, Inc.—a wholly owned subsidiary of TCI, now Comcast Corp. (CMCSA). He also started AquaCare Systems, Inc., a start-up that completed several acquisitions before and after its Nasdaq IPO, thereafter a premium-priced tender offer.

Peter also founded TransAmerican Waste Industries, Inc. He then took the company from a startup to an IPO on the Nasdaq before it was acquired through a merger in 1998 with USA Waste Industries, Inc., now Waste Management, Inc. (WM). Sparta Pharmaceuticals, Inc., was another start-up that Peter took to IPO on the Nasdaq. It was acquired in 1999 by SuperGen, Inc. He also took CTN Media Group, Inc.—AKA College Television Network— from startup to Nasdaq IPO. It was acquired in 2002 by MTV Networks, a division of Viacom, Inc. (VIAB).

After this amazing run, Peter founded and managed Abacos Ventures, LLC. He has also served as a Managing Director of investment banking firms in NYC, including but not limited to the founding Chairman and CEO of the NYC-based Adelphia Capital, LLC, a former member firm, Adelphia Holdings, LLC, and Adelphia Partners, LLC.

For nearly ten years at Adelphia, Peter managed investment banking and direct investments. He was an EVP, Partner, and co-head of the NYC office ofthe investment banking firm Bannon & Co. The firm was subsequently sold to the French bank Société Générale, which merged with Cowen & Company.

Investors should note Peter’s track record and experience as the backbone of Real Brands, Inc.’s promising future. But Peter Christos isn’t the only executive at RLBD with a seriously impressive background…

Real Brands CEO Jerry Pearring

Jerry Pearring has been Chief Executive Officer of Real Brands, Inc. since February 2007. And he also has an incredible track record. He has over 30 years of consumer products industry experience—including local, regional, and national sales and marketing management experience. Jerry is the secret weapon to Real Brands, Inc.’s commercialization efforts.

Jerry has not only developed and managed regional and national DSD (direct sales distribution) networks and managed national wholesalers including McLane, Core-Mark, and C&S. He has also driven high-growth sales for brands within the country’s largest retailers. These big names include 7- Eleven, Walmart (WMT), and Costco (COST).

An experienced marketplace guru, Jerry has also been an innovator in new brand research. His research focus has included demographic, psychographic, and geographic components, market size and penetration, and growth.

Jerry has also managed multimarket distribution networks in Boston, Hartford, CT, and Baltimore–Northern VA–Washington, DC, as well as South Florida. He distributed leading brands including Monster Energy Drink (MNST), Welch’s, Arizona Iced Tea, and Fiji Water. Plus, Jerry distributed owned brands including Maui Juice Company and Squeeze Gourmet Soda.

As if that wasn’t enough, Jerry was also President of XStream Beverage Group, Inc., SVP of Domestic Business for Bev-Systems International. He also served as President and CEO of Total Quality Beverage, General Manager of Nantucket Nectars of Washington DC, and National Sales Manager of Soho Beverages.

Toward the beginning of his career, Jerry was Owner of Chesapeake Export and served in Sales and Marketing positions with Anheuser-Busch. He holds a B.S. from George Mason University and an MBA from Marymount University. And Jerry also holds the key to what will be fast and furious market penetration for Real Brands, Inc.

Growing opportunities in the global CBD market

The global CBD market is growing exponentially, and bigger companies are lining up to get involved by acquiring startups with impressive portfolios.

Real Brands, Inc. is building an extensive portfolio in the hemp-derived CBD industry. And importantly, RLDB has an executive at the helm with a long list of successful startup ventures.

If you haven’t pulled up RLBD in your account already, do it now. This cannabis-sector opportunity won’t be an under-the-radar play for very long.

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