A key to achieving three pounds of cannabis per light with Haupt’s method involves the technique he’s deemed “schwazzing.”Read More
Los Angeles picked Cat Packer in 2017 to oversee the city’s cannabis market, considered one of the world’s largest. Packer – the executive director of L.A.’s Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) – spoke with Marijuana Business Daily at the end of November about the city’s regulated market and expectations for 2019. Many businesses are concerned about […]Read More
To help people of color gain entry into the cannabis market, one marijuana industry veteran has developed a grant-funding program to give them a leg up.Read More
Of all the choices cannabis investors make as they consider where to place their bets, few are more important than the deals they turn down, according to Codie Sanchez, a partner at early stage investment funds CS Ventures and Magma Partners. “In investing, you have to say no to 100 times more deals than you […]Read More
If you’ve ever planted a garden or nurtured a lawn you’ve probably heard of Scotts Miracle-Gro. The Ohio company’s subsidiary, Hawthorne Gardening in Vancouver, Washington, has more recently helped cultivators with a trickier plant than carrots or Kentucky bluegrass: cannabis. Hawthorne’s rapid expansion has helped transform Scotts into a cannabis juggernaut from its early days […]Read More
One of the loudest pro-cannabis voices in Sacramento for the past four years has been the executive director of the California Growers Association (CGA), Hezekiah Allen. But Allen is moving into the private sector to focus on promoting marijuana farming cooperatives with the holding company Emerald Grown, where he’s the chairman. Marijuana Business Daily spoke with Allen […]Read More
In a Savannah, Georgia, warehouse, Smoke Cartel employees file through rows of vaporizers, dab rings and torches, hustling to fill online orders from head shops, dispensaries and consumers across the United States. It’s an operation that less than five years ago began as wishful thinking – launched from the living room of Smoke Cartel co-founders […]Read More
As a co-founder of MJ Freeway, one of the best-known names among cannabis seed-to-sale companies, Jessica Billingsley is widely seen as an industry pioneer.
When she and Amy Poinsett co-founded the Denver firm in 2010, seed-to-sale tracking wasn’t a thriving sector.
Today, it’s an indispensable element of the marijuana industry, and the firm has processed more than $10 billion in legal cannabis transactions.Read More
The former chief executive of one of North America’s top beer makers says it’s only a matter of time before all alcohol companies are involved in the cannabis industry.Read More
John Poss is a self-described rough-water sailor who has made a career of righting the ship for sinking companies.
With three decades of experience consulting for companies undergoing major upheavals, he decided three years ago to dive into the cannabis industry.
Since then, as CEO of Las Vegas-based cannabis company GB Sciences, Poss has partnered with universities in the United States and abroad.Read More
India’s medical marijuana industry will blossom if companies use science to convince regulators that MMJ is an effective medicine. That’s the view of the country’s only licensed medical cannabis cultivator. Avnish Pandya, co-founder of Bombay Hemp Company, said the best way to develop India’s medical marijuana industry is for companies to work with regulators to […]Read More
Erica Dhawan wants to help cannabis professionals connect in intelligent ways, including focusing on collaboration among employees and building alliances with other businesses. That way, as your business grows you don’t have to rely on your organization alone to scale up, you have partnerships and networks to help you expand. “Those that really think about […]Read More
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