Cannatrek, a leader in the Australian medicinal cannabis industry, has made an impressive mark by securing the second spot on the Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 List for 2023. This notable achievement follows a year of substantial growth, with the company nearly doubling its revenue to almost $90 million. Tommy Huppert, the CEO and founder of Cannatrek, credits this success to the company’s dedication to making plant-based medicines both affordable and accessible for eligible patients.
The company has seen a swift increase in revenue, profit and patient numbers, maintaining more than two consecutive years of monthly profits. This growth trajectory highlights Cannatrek’s effective strategy and commitment to meeting the growing demand for medicinal cannabis.
With approximately 900 shareholders and a workforce of 130 employees, Cannatrek is strategically positioning itself for sustained growth.
The company’s success in the AFR Fast 100 List not only reflects its financial achievements but also underscores its role in shaping the future of medicinal cannabis treatment and accessibility in the country.
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