Top B2B News for Dec 11: 3D printing and edibles have their days

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3D Printing Goes Public. Desktop Metal, a Boston-based 3D printing company, went public on the NYSE yesterday. It became the first additive manufacturing company to do an IPO. The company specializes in industrial and educational applications that enable companies to go from prototype to manufacturing parts on an accelerated basis. The company trades under the symbol DM.

Desktop Metal press release:

APPOINTMENT: Fresh food tech gets a fresh finance face.  Invatron Systems Corp provides technology solutions for the fresh food retail industry. Yesterday, they appointed a new CFO, Patrick Leung. While Leung might be fresh hire for the Toronto-based Invatron, Leung is a seasoned executive with prior experience at DoximSolutions, GuestLogix Inc., Spectra7 Microsystems, and ATX Incorporated.

Invatron press release:

NATIONWIDE EDIBLES: Wholesale Cannabis Gummies Go Legal. Not to be blunt, but it’s been almost two weeks since Health Canada awarded manufacturer Dynaleo its license to supply and sell cannabis edibles to provincial, territorial and private wholesalers across Canada. The Edmonton-based company manufactures its own brands as well as the highly respected Pantry and High 12 Brands.

Dynaleo press release:

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Kate Baggott is a former Managing Editor of B2BNN. Her technology and business journalism has appeared in the Technology Review, the Globe and Mail, Canada Computes, the Vancouver Sun and the Bay Street Bull. She is the author of the short story collections Love from Planet Wine Cooler and Dry Stories. Find links to recent articles by following her on LinkedIn