Halo Labs Inc. announces name change to Halo Collective Inc.
Halo's most recent contracts span to the United Kingdom via Canmart to the Republic of Malta via Medcan to its cultivation site in Lesotho, South Africa.
Alcohol & Cannabis
TORONTO — Halo Collective Inc. announced on Jan. 25 that, further to the shareholder approval obtained by the Company at its meeting of shareholders held on December 23, 2020, the Company has changed its name from “Halo Labs Inc.” to “Halo Collective Inc.”
The company experienced growth since its inception in 2015 and Halo Collective aims to grow in the cannabis industry on a global scale. Positioned for the future of the consumer-packaged goods industry in cannabis, Halo Collective continues to offer diverse product lines. Products range from the quality flower, concentrates, edibles, cartridges and more that fit the needs of medicinal and recreational cannabis users in key markets worldwide.
As COVID-19 surfaced in the U.S., the cannabis industry continued to boom as the growing concern of mental illness rates soared among individuals struggling in isolation. A recent study from the Journal of Addictive Diseases reported that medical cannabis users with mental health issues had shown a vast increase in their cannabis use by 91 percent since the beginning of the pandemic.
Halo’s most recent contracts span to the United Kingdom via Canmart to the Republic of Malta via Medcan to its cultivation site in Lesotho, South Africa.