NetworkNewsBreaks – Icon Exploration Inc. (TSX.V: IEX.H) Carving Out its Spot in the Cannabis Space

Icon Exploration (TSX.V: IEX.H) is diligently working toward establishing its foothold in the global cannabis sector. An article discussing the company reads, “Icon Exploration is a recent entrant to the space, working to create a company focused on evaluating and potentially acquiring diverse targets in the cannabis industry. Still, the company’s leadership team includes individuals who have already gained experience in the fledgling industry, and the extraction expert working in the plant’s active cannabinoid ingredients is preparing to build brand ideas based on a craft honed in the state-driven industry south of Canada’s border.”

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About Icon Exploration Inc.

Icon is a publicly traded company on the NEX Exchange (TSXV: IEX.H). The company’s primary objective is to create a well-diversified company that will produce long-term returns for its shareholders and investors. Icon’s current focus is on assessing potential acquisition targets in the cannabis industry. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.IconExploration.net.

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