Rana Vig has over 30 years of business experience during which time he has helped to launch five business ventures in private industry. He has been involved in several publicly traded companies since 2010, serving in various roles from Director to President & CEO and Chairman of the Board.
In 2018, Rana became the chief executive officer of Lead Ventures Inc. and oversaw and executed on the acquisition and $5-billion-plus reverse takeover of Curaleaf Holdings Inc., which raised $520-million, making it the largest Canadian cannabis financing in history. Also, in 2018, he took the helm of Rockbridge Resources, which he successfully restructured by acquiring, through a reverse takeover, the $2-billion-plus Harvest Health & Recreation, which closed a $300-million financing -- making it the third-largest cannabis financing of 2018.
In April of 2019 Curaleaf shares (CSE:CURA) hit a high of $15 while Harvest shares (CSE:HARV) peaked at $14.23.
Believing that the mining industry is about to make a come back, in 2019 he turned his focus on his latest venture, Blue Lagoon Resources, one of the top performing stocks of 2019 listed on the CSE under the symbol BLLG.
Rana is a former chair of BC Open Learning Agency, and serves on several public company boards and committees. He is active in many charitable and community organizations acting as a director or advisor.
In November, 2017, Rana was invited to the Canadian Senate to receive the Senate 150th Anniversary Medal, which was awarded to top Canadians actively involved in their communities who, through generosity, dedication and hard work, make their hometowns and communities a better place to live.