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Collaborative Cannabis Conference – February 14-16, 2017

Collective Cannabis Conference
Portland, OR
February 14-16 2017

DAF will be in Portland, OR February 14-16 for the Collective Cannabis Conference. He will be speaking on the 14th at 3:25pm in the Portland Expo Center He will be discussing how to successfully invest in the emerging cannabis industry. Please see their Investor Forum page for additional information on location and agenda.

You can receive $50 off your registration fees by using code CCCBUD. If you are a business seeking funding, please go to the Pitch Portal where you can apply for funding.

Find out more about the conference and registration here.

Announcing Dynamic Alternative Finance

DYNAMIC ALTERNATIVE FINANCE LAUNCHES AS CAPITAL ARRANGER
AND FINANCIAL ADVISOR FOR CANNABIS INDUSTRY

Denver, CO — September 1, 2015 – Dynamic Alternative Finance (DAF) announces its formation and official launch as an independent capital arranger and financial advisor to alternative businesses, with a specific focus on the cannabis industry. The company helps marijuana business owners and other businesses arrange financing solutions for equipment, real estate and working capital.

“We use our existing relationships and referral business partners to find the right funding for alternative businesses, including those in the cannabis industry,” says Dynamic Alternative Finance. “Banks and traditional lenders are currently not an option for marijuana business owners, which is where we come in – helping to source the proper financing while protecting company assets, intellectual property and preserving working capital.”

DAF has arranged over $12.5 million in loans and equipment leases for the cannabis industry and other businesses this past year. He is an author, speaker and nationally recognized finance expert in the cannabis industry, helping business owners’ access debt-based funding solutions and preserve equity in their companies.

“Dynamic Alternative Finance helped us obtain the  money  we needed  for expansion without requiring us to give  up  any  equity or control  in our company,“ says Erich Pearson,  owner  of SPARC, a San Francisco marijuana collective.