Chill Brands now fully funded to make rapid progress with CBD business

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  • Chill Brands Group is new name for Zoetic as brand transformation continues
  • Cannabis investments ‘recession proof’ says industry data firm
  • Zoetic International re-positions itself as Chill Brands, focusing efforts on its website Chill.com
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Chill Brands Group PLC is rolling out Chill.com-branded CBD tobacco alternative products across the US with the products stocked in more than 2,500 multi-state retail outlets.

Chill.com-branded CBD product line was launched in the UK on 30 June 2021.

The products have attracted significant consumer interest, paving the way towards a promising future as a forerunner of what is expected to be a lucrative UK market.

29 Jul 2021

(, ) announced plans to rebrand as (, ) and Chill will be renamed CHILL.COM.

The group said the stock ticket will be changed to ‘CHLL’ to emphasise focus on building Chill.com-branded consumer-packaged goods (CPG) and CBD products.

It has also received US Trademark and Patent office official trademark certification of Chill.com logo that will complement existing European trademarks.

The strategic acquisition of the domain name Chill.com has been completed, which the firm said is “game-changing” as it is rare that a domain like this becomes available or that companies have a website corresponding to their name.

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01 Jul 2021

Zoetic International (), the CBD specialist, said it was making significant operational and financial headway.

The owner of the Chill brand of CBD smokes and chews told investors it has launched in the UK following the completion of the thechillwayuk website (www.thechillwayuk.com).

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17 May 2021

Zoetic PLC () said it is trading profitably as its latest market update revealed it has brought in an additional US$1mln of orders for its Chill CBD smokes and chews in the space of two weeks.

For April it was readying to ship goods worth US$340,000 to its distribution partners as part of a roll-out to over 2,000 stores.

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02 Jun 2020

The cannabis market looks et to become a “recession proof” investment after its classification as an essential good in the US, Canada and the Netherlands, according to new intelligence from an industry data firm.

Prohibition Partners said the classification of the product as essential in the three key markets alongside a 150% increase in UK medical cannabis prescriptions over the last year meant that the drug was “not only weathering the storm” caused by the coronavirus pandemic but thriving in both recreation and medical use.

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29 Jul 2021

(, ) () () Co-CEO Antonio Russo tells Proactive the group will be re-positioning itself as Chill Brands, and focusing its efforts on its retail partners and its website Chill.com.

Russo says the group’s products has presence in 2,500 retail stores, including its recent launch within Florida. Russo adds while there have been distribution challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic, he believes the future is very bright for Chill.

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Zoetic International re-positions itself as Chill Brands, focusing efforts…

Zoetic International PLC (LSE:ZOE, OTCQX:ZOEIF) (LON:ZOE) (OTCQX:ZOEIF) Co-CEO Antonio Russo tells Proactive the group will be re-positioning itself as Chill Brands, and focusing its efforts on its retail partners and its website Chill.com.

Russo says the group’s products has presence in…

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