Mission Statement

The Company’s mission is to bring stature and speed to the entire burgeoning cannabis ecosystem. By creating a “consultancy” that provides category defining business acumen and direct access to an experienced management team with hands-on operational experience, the Company will provide nascent and middle market cannabis ventures with the cross-functional know-how needed to quickly accelerate their canna-businesses. Doyen Elements will provide budding canna-businesses with ancillary support through industry-leading, full-service management, financial, operational, and executional services.


Doyen Elements provides mission critical, ancillary business services to the Cannabis industry, serving as a start-up and emerging growth facilitator to canna-businesses in the market. The Company was formed as a Nevada Stock Corporation in October 2015 and has recently entered into an Equity Purchase Agreement with a group that has over nine years of experience servicing the Cannabis Industry on nationwide basis. The acquisition of 16 long-standing, high-performing operating companies, will allow Doyen Elements to offer specific services to the Cannabis Industry designed to bolster growth through expert consulting and the infusion of “smart money.”

Doyen Elements’ unique positioning allows it to realize the full prosperity of the booming Cannabis Industry, providing expert management consulting and operational knowledge to start-up and existing operators in the industry. The Company’s management team has specifically operated all areas of the cannabis industry and has real world public and capital markets experience in helping companies grow. In addition, Doyens’s regulatory filings allow it to participate in all areas of the Cannabis Market Expansion from Extraction, Infusion, and Research. Despite providing its services to operators in each of the aforementioned industry segments, the Company itself will be a non-plant touching entity. None of the Company’s operations will require it to ever touch a marijuana plant, as it will only provide canna-businesses with ancillary services to assist their own operations, which may or may not be plant-touching.


The Company is internally structured so that all 16 operating companies will compete in separate verticals and will operate 100% independently of each other. Each company brings together experienced team members with varying skill sets and expertise in their fields that will serve as catalysts for significant exponential growth. While each subsidiary company offers self-sustaining business models, the Company aims to create economies of scale and increased levels of operational efficiency through taking advantage of the combined synergies of the consolidated management and financial structure. The Company has identified its most lucrative markets for growth as the Northeast, Southeast, Central, Northwest, and Southwest. The Company has plans to generate approximately $200 million in net earnings by the end of 2021 through Real Estate investments. These estimates are based upon operational history and current real estate leases.