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First Harvest Corp.  (HVST)
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First Harvest Corp.

Business Description

First Harvest Corp. is a digital media platform including mobile gaming app development, digital and social media, ecommerce and education, with a focus on the cannabis industry and emerging growth sectors. The Company is an early-stage company and has not generated any revenue. The Company plans to generate revenue primarily through in-app sales and advertising services.

We are developing our platform as a way for niche cannabis-related companies, as well as mainstream advertisers to reach a pro-cannabis audience. We believe our platform solves the communication challenge between pro-legalization supporters of medical and therapeutic cannabis and advertisers that want to reach this growing demographic.

On February 10, 2017 (the “Closing Date”), the Company entered into and closed an agreement and plan of merger and reorganization (the “Merger Agreement”), with CV Acquisition Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company (“Acquisition Corp.”), and Cannavoices, Inc. (“Cannavoices”). Pursuant to the Merger Agreement, effective on the Closing Date (i) Acquisition Corp. merged with and into Cannavoices, such that Cannavoices, the surviving corporation, became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, and (ii) the Company issued 23,267,231 shares of common stock to the shareholders of Cannavoices, representing approximately 97.7% of the Company’s outstanding shares of common stock, following the closing of the Merger Agreement, in exchange for the cancellation of all of the issued and outstanding shares of common stock of Cannavoices.

Cannavoices was incorporated on June 5, 2015 as a Florida corporation. Effective on the Closing Date, pursuant to the Merger Agreement, Cannavoices became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company. The acquisition of Cannavoices is treated as a reverse acquisition, and the business of Cannavoices became the business of the Company. Cannavoices was deemed the accounting acquirer, while the Company was deemed the legal acquirer. At the time of the reverse recapitalization, the Company was not engaged in any active business.

To reach the pro-cannabis target audience, our digital media platform (the “Platform”) currently consists of two elements we have developed:

Hemp Inc - A mobile gaming app known as Hemp Inc (the “Game”) is a business strategy, role playing game providing the user the experience of growing and dispensing cannabis in a virtual environment. It is a strategy-based game that mimics the real life cannabis culture and serves as a platform for advertising and ecommerce sales. This unique, entrepreneurial game is similar in format to a FarmVille or Clash Royale type game for mobile gamers to develop, grow and dispense virtual cannabis and interact with celebrities and advertisers’ “brands” within the game.

The development team for the Game is led by Danny Hammett, the former Executive Vice President at Activision (Nasdaq: ATVI). Mr. Hammett was responsible for their intellectual property development and product launches, including creation of such iconic games as - Call of Duty, Big Game Hunter, Tony Hawk, Spiderman and Toy Story. He has put together a team of developers with experience at such gaming and technology companies as Activision, Sega, MiniClip and DropBox.

The Game is currently available for download on iTunes and is expected to be available on the Google Play Store in the third quarter of 2017. It is a sales platform that uses a viral marketing strategy to take advantage of the social media reach of the celebrities in the Game and the popularity of the cannabis legalization movement. This allows the Game to build its user base with a low acquisition cost.

The gameplay objective is to set up and grow a legal cannabis business in a virtual world, using business strategy to create an environment full of prosperity and growth. The user establishes a grow operation and dispensary, hires staff, buys strains of cannabis to grow, purchases tools, ancillary products and real estate for the cultivation and sale of cannabis and related products, and engages in a business strategy to expand their operations. The Game objective is to also raise social awareness of the benefits of medical cannabis and legalization. The Game has celebrities participating as avatars, which ties to the Game’s revenue model. The celebrities include such recognized names as Jimi Hendrix, Cypress Hill and Melisa Etheridge, as well as such organizations as the National Organization of the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), Freedom Leaf and High Times Magazine. These celebrities will promote the game via their social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. The celebrity relationships will create tie-ins to sell merchandise, concert tickets, and other celebrity endorsed products via ecommerce through the Game.

Our primary target audience is enthusiasts of action-adventure and business strategy oriented mobile games, with an affinity toward the legalization of medical and recreational/therapeutic cannabis. This is typically a mature, male dominated genre, between ages 17 - 35. In the U.S., people who spent money in their mobile games in 2015 paid an average of $87 on in-app purchases in free-to-play mobile games, according to a March 2016 report from digital commerce analyst Slice Intelligence. This information is based upon more than 4 million digital purchasers in the U.S. The report also states that 10% of mobile users account for 90% of revenue from in-app purchases. We believe this is a highly engaged audience that provides daily revenue opportunities for the Game.

Both the mobile gaming market and the cannabis market are expected to experience double-digit compound annual growth rates over the next five years. According to Newzoo Global Games Market Report, in 2016 mobile games will generate $36.9 billion in revenues, and according to the Investing.com and Forbes research, the cannabis industry is already developed into an estimated $50 billion market, albeit primarily illegal.

www.cannavoices.com – A member-based social media platform for subscribers to participate in an open forum with other pro-cannabis supporters, similar in form to an interactive Facebook-style social media platform.

Under this platform, members share cannabis-related news, events, culture, technology, business insights, and inspiration while networking with like-minded individuals, all within one platform. Each member builds a unique personal profile by sharing and documenting his individual voice and journey into realizing the benefits of cannabis. We also intend to publish, through this platform, a quarterly on-line magazine with content designed using an elegant, enlightened theme to promote more social acceptance of cannabis. This model has a broad appeal to cannabis-affinity groups and has a proven advertising revenue model.

Our primary target audience is socially-active Millennials (ages 18-33) and Generation X’ers (ages 34-50) who own a smartphone and use cannabis, either medically or therapeuticly. This group is a regular consumer of games, apps, music, movies and online content and is comfortable with making purchases online and through mobile applications. It is estimated that approximately 68% (56.4 million) of the 83 million Millennials and 52% (32.7 million) of the 63 million Generation X’ers favor cannabis legalization, according to the U.S. Census Bureau 2010 and 2014 Pew Research Study. Our social and digital media platforms are focused on bridging the gap between brand conscious advertisers and the estimated 89 million cannabis legalization supporters in this target audience.

We believe that by combining three of the fastest growing business sectors – cannabis, social media and mobile gaming, along with our world-class development team led by the former Executive Vice President of Activision, together with our promotional celebrities and entities, our Platform can become a premiere advertising medium in the cannabis industry.

According to the results of a recent Gallup Poll release October 19, 2016, 60% of Americans support the legalization of cannabis. In a separate Quinnipiac Poll published on February 23, 2017, 93% of Americans favor the use of legalized cannabis for medical purposes if prescribed by a doctor.

From a member or gamer perspective, the Platform eliminates the stigma of cannabis as an illicit drug and provides an affinity driven ecosystem that attracts, engages and inspires members through mobile gaming, social and digital media, ecommerce and education, while advancing a cause they already support.

From an advertiser perspective, the Platform provides a brand-safe environment to reach a large, self-identified, socially active, web-savvy, niche audience with targeted advertisements uniquely matched to their social engagement habits.

Popular social media platform companies like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Google+ do not provide advertisers the ability to tap into this segmented market due to restrictive protocols found within their terms of service. By leveraging the Platform, advertisers now have the ability to gain crucial behavioral analytics across several media platforms in order to dramatically increase their brand’s reach, viral marketing, and results.

The Platform creates cross-advertising opportunities. In addition to attracting new members and gamers, both elements of the Platform provide unique user insights and highly actionable intelligence that can better align an advertiser’s products and solutions directly with a more inclined prospect. Whether to expand a member’s knowledge, enjoy an entertaining mobile game, discover alternative therapies, referrals to celebrity affiliates’ ecommerce sites or just join the biggest social movement since prohibition repeal, the Platform empowers members and advertisers alike to connect the voices that change the world.



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