Notice of Temporary Office Closure - COVID - 19
EFFECTIVE MONDAY MARCH 23, 2020
ATTENTION CLIENTS & KEY STAKEHOLDERS
One World Ventures Inc. (OWVI) has been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continues to observe U.S. Health Departments recommendations. Our first priority is the continued safety of our employees, clients and visitors. Public health officials continue to advise that social distancing is the most effective strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As such, all OWVI office locations (3800 Howard Hughes Parkway Las Vegas, NV, and 5525 Yonge St. Toronto, ON) will be closed until further notice. We are available however working from home responding to all phone calls, emails, & queries promptly.
Should you need to contact us, please email email@example.com and one of our representatives will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
We appreciate your support and understanding of this decision.
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With a strong focus on the legal hemp and cannabis industry and other environmental sustainability ventures, we develop and invest in technologies, communities and systems that facilitate trade, finance, communication and travel across international boundaries, cultures and languages.
High Canada Euro Magazine: Tony Lawand
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Three Years after speaking with him last, High Canada Magazine Catches up with Anthony Lawand, the man we once referred to as the "Godfather of CBD in Canada" back in May 2017.
Tony is a pioneer and expert in Nutraceuticals for both hemp/CBD based products for Canada. His career spans over three decades working in several industries but always holding a passion for the "unconventional" business ventures that have taken him all over the world....
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A new $2.2 trillion package designed to prevent the U.S. economy from collapsing has room for hemp businesses and farms.
The relief package signed into law Friday allows legal hemp operators to seek loans and direct aid to help keep their businesses afloat.