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This week on The Green Rush, our hosts Nick and Anne are talking with Dean Friday, CEO of Lyphe Group, Europe’s largest online cannabis clinic, and direct-to-patient pharmacy ecosystem. Lyphe is one of the better-known names in the UK, with 60% of all active patients. Our hosts dive into the Lyphe business model with Dean and get an idea on how different the UK cannabis market is compared to its North American counterpart..
Since most of our conversations to date have focused on the North American market, we’re excited to explore the growing European cannabis market and the progress being made across the Atlantic. From patient access to supply challenges, the UK and Lyphe are in the beginning stages of tackling some of the greatest issues facing this growing segment and Dean provides some tremendous insight on where the industry is today and where it hopes to go in the near future.
Now on to our conversation with Dean Friday, of Lyphe Group.
Dean Friday, CEO of Lyphe Group
As CEO, Dean Friday leads Lyphe Group leveraging more than 12 years of experience serving as a senior executive driving growth in start-up businesses and having raised over $19M across four companies. Prior to launching Lyphe, Dean served as CFO & Partner at ECH Limited. In addition he’s held c-suite roles at Saavy Property Tech and the TSX listed Arian Silver as COO & CFO respectively.
Links and mentions in the show
Links to the guest’s company and social media accounts
- Lyphe Twitter: https://twitter.com/lyphegroup
- Lyphe LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lyphe-group1/
- Dean Friday’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dean-friday/?originalSubdomain=uk
This episode was hosted by Anne Donohoe and Nick Opich of KCSA Strategic Communications.
Special thanks to our Program Director Shea Gunther.
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