- American Cannabis Partners has focused on the safety of shareholders’ investments from day one
- CEO brought the culture and story of the Jamaican people to influence the US cannabis industry
- ACP seeks to improve the lives of individuals through cannabis and business in all that it does
When it comes to building steady growth and reducing risk, Stephen Jordan, CEO of American Cannabis Partners (“ACP”)
focuses on “assets, assets, assets — and then build the operations out.” This is a rarity within the cannabis industry where most companies create a product first and if something happens where they are unable to make that product, they go under.
ACP does business differently. The goal is to stay afloat, regardless of what happens regarding regulation changes in the cannabis industry. As a multi-state operator, it can pivot within the fluctuations of each state’s laws. The ability to liquidate, move and still survive was and is a founding strategy that allows it to protect its shareholders.
The company’s ethics demonstrate “people before profit” at every step. From a strategic startup to maintained relationships with growers in Jamaica and shareholders, ACP believes and practices social and emotional intelligence.
As a fairly new industry, cannabis runs risks for both the companies and the shareholders who invest in them. ACP worked from day one to eliminate those risks for its shareholders by first raising capital and then investing that money into assets in cannabis-friendly states where there is population demand, agricultural zoning, and available licenses.
The company does not go into debt to obtain these assets but is committed to remaining debt-free and cash-flow positive. Cost-effective measures are immediately put into place once the sale is complete in order to increase the market value of any real estate it has acquired.
This is what gives the shareholder extra safety if the laws do suddenly change or if the industry bottoms out. As a cash-flow positive company, ACP will be able to liquidate, pivot and take care of its shareholders first.
The shareholders aren’t the only people ACP is committed to. The people and culture of Jamaica won Jordan’s heart during a three-year tenure as the Director of Operations for a U.S. based company operating in the Jamaican cannabis space.
The relationships and family he built in Jamaica impacted him greatly. When Jordan left, he knew that the U.S. cannabis space would benefit greatly from the Jamaican experience, so he brought it with him.
“One of the greatest things about being in Jamaica is the happiness of the people,” said Jordan during a recent podcast
appearance on Bell2Bell. “Even in the face of adversity, poverty, political turmoil, and everything else, they’re still happy people — constantly happy people. Cannabis is a big attribute to that.”
It was the culture and the story that Jordan wanted to bring back with him, and he did with key employees such as Lead Grower Junior Gordon. Gordon is recognized as one of the top-ranked growers in the world. With a talented team, he monitors daily plant health to ensure optimal growth of high-quality, uniform plants.
But it’s not just the people that Jordan brought back with him to grow ACP. The people of Jamaica and the growers have not been forgotten. ACP is a high-paying grower that works hard to maintain a positive and serious relationship with the people of Jamaica. It seeks to improve the lives of individuals through cannabis and business in all that it does.
Three complementary business segments hold this multi-state cannabis company’s focus — real estate, acquisition and development of proprietary assets, and ongoing cultivation operations. An important goal for 2021 is to bring the website fully online to capitalize on the company’s revenue and on building solid relationships with its consumers.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ACPFarms.com
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