Building out a marijuana grow operation can land business owners in a quagmire of lost time and money if they don’t think ahead and follow some time-honored advice.Read More
In the evolving marijuana sector, inventory management and forecasting become increasingly challenging for cannabis retailers, product manufacturers.Read More
When the U.S. marijuana industry was getting off the ground two decades ago, the business landscape consisted of mom-and-pop stores and amateur extractors.
In short, it was difficult to imagine chains or integrated multistate operations – especially with federal prohibition and the threat of legal interference hanging over entrepreneurs’ heads.Read More
British Columbia-based Tilray reached an agreement with a subsidiary of Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis AG in which the Canadian firm’s medical marijuana will eventually be produced and distributed in countries where MMJ is legal. Tilray’s deal with Quebec-based Sandoz AG is an extension of a letter of intent the companies signed in March to produce co-branded, nonsmokable and noncombustible […]Read More
There has been a flurry of business activity this year by several multibillion-dollar companies in the alcohol and tobacco space looking to capitalize on opportunities in legal marijuana.Read More
Any business is vulnerable to a natural disaster, be it a flood, hurricane, earthquake or wildfire.
But an act of God can be especially disastrous in the cannabis industry, where business and property insurance can be hard to come bRead More
Of the myriad decisions entrepreneurs make as they grow their marijuana companies, few are more critical to a business’ financial future than the legal structure chosen at the get-go.
From taxes to raising money to a founder’s personal liabilities, the structure of a company can make or break its chances for success.Read More
A starting point might finally be in sight for Ohio’s long-delayed medical marijuana market. A spokeswoman for the Ohio Department of Commerce said small amounts of cannabis likely will be available for sale before the end of the year. The agency’s Kerry Francis told The Columbus Dispatch that the state’s first harvested marijuana plants are expected […]Read More
Sweet Leaf once was one of the largest vertically integrated cannabis businesses in Colorado and considered a trailblazer in the industry’s retail chain concept.
Now, the company is a cautionary tale for other marijuana retailers.Read More
Some Canadian hemp farmers are proposing a 0.5% tax on product sales that would help fund research and promotion of their goods.Read More
Which extraction method is best for your cannabis company:
The answer simply comes down to what your company hopes to accomplish.
It wouldn’t be fall without pumpkin spice, winter without peppermint, spring without strawberries or summer without lemonade.
Marijuana-infused product manufacturers know this, and they’re capitalizing on popular demand among consumers to shake up their product lines with seasonal or limited-release products.Read More
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