As owner of the National Holistic Healing Center, a Washington DC dispensary that serves roughly 2,000 patients, Chanda Macias has found success pairing scientific and medical expertise with corporate experience. She hopes to use that same formula to help turn around Women Grow, the once high-flying cannabis professionals group that more recently has experienced the closure […]Read More
One arena in which the cannabis industry has struggled to make serious gains is the stock market. Most plant-touching companies that are also publicly traded still live on the over-the-counter markets, dreaming of the day when they’ll graduate to the Nasdaq or the New York Stock Exchange. Derek Peterson is no exception. As the founder […]Read More
Tripp Keber took many by surprise in December when he stepped down as CEO of Denver-based Dixie Brands, one of the most successful multistate companies in the marijuana industry.
His decision to exit the edibles company seemed to come out of the blue. But, in fact, it was more than a year in the making.
The notion to leave Dixie took root in late 2016, when Keber started reading John Hamm’s Harvard Business Review article, “Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Scale.”Read More
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