How do you like to take your marijuana? Do you like to smoke it, vaporize it or take it in an edible form? If you answered edible, then you are not alone. Many individuals prefer edible marijuana for the relaxation it produces, while others prefer edibles because they don’t involve inhaling carcinogenic smoke. Plus, sometimes it’s just easier to pop a cannabis cookie into your mouth.
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The MedMen offers an array of business consulting expertise from licensing, start-ups to operations.
Denver Relief is a wellness and medical marijuana center dedicated to assisting people with making positive and natural changes in their lives.
Denver Kush Club operates a dispensary with unmatched customer service, selection, quality, and fair pricing. They grow each their 60+ strains and craft their wide selection of concentrates in-house.
DANK produces and provides high-quality marijuana at affordable prices. DANK’s knowledgeable staff creates a safe and friendly environment for its customers.
Colorado Alternative Medicine prides itself on providing the best medical marijuana and natural health care services for the best prices, as well as to promoting holistic healing and healthy living.
Caregivers for Life is a dispensary that provides top shelf organic marijuana at the lowest possible cost to customers.
Botanico is a recreational marijuana dispensary with consistently superior products and services at affordable prices.
Denver Relief Consulting specializes in advancing the best cultivation and business practices within the marijuana industry.
Cook Consulting LLC provides marijuana businesses with expertise in public policy, enforcement and anti-diversion programs.
Clover Leaf Consulting Co offers medical marijuana business solutions, specializing in consulting, education and mergers and acquisitions.
American Cannabis Consulting provides consulting and advisory services for cultivation, operational, retail and industrial hemp processes.
DENVER, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — With national attention focusing on the progress of the exciting new cannabis industry in Colorado, Todd Mitchem, former CRO of O.pen Vape — a brand that Mitchem catapulted as a leading marijuana company, is partnering with Cannabrand™ founders Jennifer DeFalco and Olivia Mannix, bolstering their mutual mission to rebrand cannabis culture while debunking negative stigmas and myths.
C4EverSystems has developed a kiosk that resembles an ATM that will handle orders and payments for dispensaries. What’s more, Mark Goldfogel, CEO of the C4EverSystems, has solved the issue preventing banks from accepting money from marijuana-related businesses.
The National Cannabis Industry Association presented the Cannabis Business Summit last week, June 24-25, in Denver. The two-day business conference featured inventors, investors, growers and experts on cannabis cultivation, who have been given pass from the underground through the legalization and legitimization of the cannabis business.
DENVER – The honeymoon phase for legal marijuana continues in Colorado. The National Cannabis Industry Association wrapped up its first-ever Cannabis Business Summit on June 25, 2014. The two-day convention, June 24-25, brought cannabis experts, inventors, consultants and investors together in the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — After pitching to potential investors at three ArcView Investor Network events, Ebbu CEO Dooma Wendschuh closed a $2 million round of financing three months ago for his cannabis distillery company.
June 24 (Bloomberg) — David Friedman, an investor and publisher of Marijuana Investor News, and Patrick Rea, founder of Miso Capital, talk with Bloomberg’s Jennifer Oldham about investing in the marijuana industry.
Marijuana business owners are getting Rocky Mountain High in Denver this week. The National Cannabis Industry Association is hosting their first-ever Cannabis Business Summit. The summit takes place June 24- 25, 2014, at the Colorado Convention Center. According to the summit’s official website, it is intended to give marijuana business owners the chance to exchange ideas, discuss best practices, and learn about regulations, policies and legislation.
Recreational marijuana has owners of Denver industrial property seeing green in more ways than one. Industrial warehouse space is becoming scarce in Denver for pot-growing operations. On March 11, 2o14, The Denver Post reported that the competitive market of warehouses for pot operations puts dispensaries in a head-to head competition for the space.
There’s no escaping Colorado’s status as the poster child for legal recreational marijuana when visitors come to town, even — or especially — when Denver is trying to sell itself as the perfect site for a national political convention.
More than 200 high net worth investors from around the world eager to invest in the fast-growing legal marijuana industry will gather at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Grand Seawell Ballroom for a Shark Tank-like pitch forum on Monday, June 23rd hosted by The ArcView Investor Network.
Common stock trading for FusionPharm Inc., a Denver-based company that recycles shipping containers into greenhouses marketed to cannabis growers, resumed trading Monday amid a federal securities inquiry into its activity.
Breaking news potentially affecting marijuana investors is that bureau officials are “evaluating how the controlled substances act applies in the context of reclamation project water being used to facilitate marijuana-related activities,” according to Peter Soeth, a spokesman for the bureau.
An innovative event series hosted by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) invites potheads to a concert at a private art gallery where they can puff away while grooving to chamber music. Denver wants to halt the event because they claim it could violate city and state rules according to a constitutional amendment that bans pot use in public places.
Yesterday, authorities shook down the details of marijuana management in a variety of states and counties. Some were pyrrhic victories by officials resisting change. Others represented a small step towards freedom. Another take could be that they are a sign that marijuana has come home to our restlessly bickering society.
Strainwise VP speaks about his dispensary’s business tactics, marketing and more.
By Richard Farrell In 1971, when marijuana was still firmly in the closet, a bunch of California high school kids used the term 420 as their private code for pot. This helped them to remember to meet at 4:20 p.m. when school was out, to share their hobby in the shadow of a quiet wall.…
The motto of The Centennial State is “nil sine numine,” which means nothing without help from the powers above. Providence also means prudence, foresight and sagacity. Colorado had all three in abundance when it came to recognizing citizens’ rights to marijuana. Its wise decision has also sparked new business opportunities.
Nevada shell company Pladeo Corp. has announced intentions to provide a range of services in the marijuana sector. Targeted activities include providing advertising, entertainment, finance, marketing and lodging services. It is currently waiting for the FINRA to approve its new name, The MaryJane Group Inc. The company has already started rolling out services in downtown Denver.
Marijuana businesses capitalize on celebration of 420 as April 20, a pot holiday and Easter, approaches. In Denver, businesses use day to promote cannabis.
A heightening in news media surrounding legal pot has consequently swept illegal weed activity under the rug. Not for long, though, as illegal sales are still a predominant reality in the underground weed culture.
The murky world of illegal marijuana trading is alive and well in Denver regardless of Colorado’s liberal policies, but my money is on legal marijuana prevailing.