Dosecann to add 32 new jobs within next two years

Dosecann CEO Greg Boone (Photo courtesy of CBC)

Emergence client Dosecann, a cannabis oil extraction company in Charlottetown, has plans to add 32 new employees over the next two years which will more than double their team. The PEI Government will offer them labour rebates to support this expansion. CEO Greg Boone says it will allow them to ramp up their team more quickly and be ready with a well-trained team when they enter the production phase.

To read press coverage, please see links below:

Government of PEI news story here:

“It is with great pride that Dosecann calls Charlottetown, PEI, home and the support that we have received from the Province has been instrumental to our success to date. We would like to sincerely thank the Province, Innovation PEI and Skills PEI who have supported our dream of building a world class cannabis company and, on a personal note, for making me feel like an ‘honorary Islander’.”  (CEO Greg Boone)

CBC News story here:

“It probably allows us to bring new people on more quickly,” said Greg Boone, chief executive officer of Dosecann. “And what that does is it really allows us to train them properly, orient them properly and get them up to speed more quickly so that when we go into production, they know exactly what’s happening and what’s going on and where they are supposed to be.”

Dosecann is a Canadian cannabis company dedicated to developing Cannabis Solutions for the global cannabis industry. Proudly located in Charlottetown, PEI, Dosecann has assembled a world-class team housed in a purpose-built, 42,000 sqft GMP compliant facility that will be the hub for cannabis extraction, product innovation and formulation, R&D, quality testing and manufacturing.

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