- Earth Science Tech has engaged Derek Lindsay as a consultant to ensure compliance as it pursues dual listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange
- Lindsay’s areas of expertise include raising capital, strategically advising companies, cultivating investor relations and managing risk
- Cross-listing to attract new investors and capital to the company
Earth Science Tech Inc. (OTCQB: ETST), an innovative biotechnology company operating in the fields of hemp cannabinoids, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and research and development, recently announced its employment of Derek Lindsay as a consultant in its pursuance of a potential dual listing of the company’s common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE). This will be an addition to its current OTCQB listing.
Lindsay, who has helped both private and public companies in accelerating their growth, offers a diverse array of expertise areas. His knowledge (http://ibn.fm/vnSnM) includes “capital raising, strategic advice, investor relations, and risk management.” He discussed a dual listing’s ability to bring Earth Science Tech new investors and capital.
“Considering that ETST’s [research and development] division is based in Canada, cross-listing appears well-aligned with the corporate vision,” Lindsay said in a news release (http://ibn.fm/dmMAf). “Once this milestone is complete, ongoing efforts will be needed to monitor and ensure compliance, build shareholder value, and communicate with investors. I look forward to supporting the Company in these endeavors.”
Nickolas Tabraue, Earth Science Tech’s president and chairman, spoke to the effectiveness of Lindsay’s employment. “We believe Derek’s expertise makes him the perfect fit to ensure that we improve communication with our shareholders and progress on the CSE listing,” he noted. “I plan on sharing further updates as we advance this initiative.”
Earth Science Tech boasts a strong in-house team of industry experts in the fields of nutraceuticals, dietary supplements, and life sciences. Diversified, with a foothold in multiple markets, the company is passionate about making strategic partnerships and pursuing subsidiary acquisitions with the goal of becoming a world leader in the CBD sector. One such subsidiary, Canna Inno Laboratories Inc., is based out of Montreal, Canada, and provides Earth Science Tech with access to government grants. The company’s first grant has been already approved, strengthening its market presence in Canada’s recreational cannabis and CBD product industry.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.EarthScienceTech.com