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Kate Lavin

Kate is the editor of Marijuana Business Magazine, which provides tips and actionable advice to marijuana business executives. She joins the MJ Biz team with nearly 20 years of full-time journalism experience, including a decade managing a wine industry trade magazine in California. Kate graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in print journalism, and her career has included the newsrooms of daily newspapers across the United States.

Stars of marijuana and hemp sectors honored at MJBizCon in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – From a Dutch cultivator of medical cannabis to one of the handful of retailers to open for Canadian Legalization Day, Marijuana Business Daily recognized leaders of the hemp and MJ industries Thursday night during the inaugural MJBizDaily Awards gala at The Cosmopolitan Hotel. Setting the stage for the new awards program, MJBizDaily […]

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Marijuana executives offer strategies and insights on salaries and recruitment

Salaries and benefits are tools to recruit top talent that will facilitate your company’s success, as well as barometers of your company’s health and culture. Marijuana Business Magazine spoke with executives from four cannabis companies that have made top-places-to-work lists and asked them about salaries and recruitment. Here’s what they said:  Eunice Kim Title: Vice […]

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The total (compensation) package

Cannabis pays. From trimmers, stock clerks and budtenders to master growers, chief extractors and C-suite executives, all are more likely to make at least as much or more money than comparable positions in mainstream industries such as consumer goods, alcohol and agriculture. That’s what Marijuana Business Magazine number crunchers—led by research and data analyst Maggie […]

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Regional and state compensation differences

Marijuana Business Magazine’s salary data reveals regional trends that were echoed by cannabis industry observers. Perhaps the most significant: East Coast cannabis companies in search of candidates with marijuana industry experience are pulling employees away from West Coast rivals by offering better pay and perks.

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