Mark’s hope for the future of the hemp industry is its role of becoming a significant solution to our need for clean renewable sources of base material for a multiple of applications, including clean energy
Mark Bryers has been interested in the use of hemp energy since early 2019. He first got into the hemp industry market because of his interest in renewable energy. Mark Bryers attended the Tauranga Boys College of New Zealand and he completed his law degree at the University of Auckland. After graduation, an old colleague of his asked him to look at an opportunity in hemp in South East Asia regarding the establishment of a major farming and laboratory venture for the export of various hemp products. The timing was perfect since both high-grade organic CBD and hemp oil have reached considerable media exposure in North America lately. In even better news, the confusion with cannabis vs hemp has only just become clear to authorities and the public in recent times. High-grade organic CBD oil, high-grade organic hemp oil, and hemp waste for conversion into biomass fuel are the focus of his new exploration. He is currently working as Director, overseeing the overall strategy from development through the export process which includes the sourcing of all investment capital.
He is passionate about this endeavor because of many reasons, but mostly because he strongly believes that hemp could well be known as the wonder plant of the future. Because of its many uses as a clean and renewable source of both medical and energy applications, Mark is proud to be breaking new ground in South East Asia with this concept, which has not previously been explored by anyone else. The outlook for the future of hemp looks very bright indeed. His new venture is rapidly growing and is expected to reach over 300 employees by the end of 2021.
Mark’s goal is to help bring about a universal return to clean sources of renewable energy instead of the historical predisposition to depleting our planet’s finite resources. What he knows from history is that in many cases, this has led to, and continues to lead to, significant dumping of toxic waste which he knows we will regret to the detriment of our future generations. The buck has to stop somewhere and we need to tread lightly on the planet from now on before it really is too late.
His hope for the future of the hemp industry is its role of becoming a significant solution to our need for clean renewable sources of base material for a multiple of applications, including clean energy.