Julian Marley, son of reggae legend Bob Marley and a successful reggae musician in his own right, will be on hand to greet fans at the California Cannabis Business Expo March 4 and 5 at the Hilton Union Square, San Francisco.
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Whether you are launching a new business or expanding an existing enterprise, you’ll want to craft a strong business plan that can help you succeed in this industry.
With the California Cannabis Business Expo hitting San Francisco March 3-5, 2016, here are 11 tips for hacking your cannabis expo experience so you can build your network and expand your knowledge.
Tom Lackey, an American politician currently serving in the California State Assembly, will be cracking open California’s Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act at the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco this March.
Ed Rosenthal, a cannabis cultivation expert, will be participating in a panel on California growers and operators, as well as an open Q&A session, at the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco this March.
Stephen Goldner, a forensic toxicologist at Quantum 9, a cannabis consulting and technology firm, will be discussing life after legalization at the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Francisco this March.
Bob Morgan, a healthcare attorney at Much Shelist, a law firm based in Chicago, will be discussing medical marijuana policy in March at the California Cannabis Business Expo.
Howard Leonhardt, a state spokesperson in California for the JOBS ACT and Crowdfunding for Startup California, will be speaking in March at the California Cannabis Business Expo.
Ethan Nadelmann, along with his colleagues at the Drug Policy Alliance, has played a pivotal role in most of the major drug policy reform ballot initiative campaigns in the United States, and he will be hosting The Great Marijuana Debate sponsored by ProCon.org in San Francisco.
In 42 days, Bruce Barcott will be a featured speaker at the Marijuana Investor Summit in San Francisco to discuss his forecasts for the marijuana market in 2016 and co-host The Great Marijuana Debate, sponsored by ProCon.org.
Fiona Ma, one of the few Certified Public Accountants to ever have served on the State Board of Equalization, will be speaking on the latest news in cannabis banking at the Marijuana Investor Summit in San Francisco this March.
While investment in cannabis industries is limited in the U.S. by federal law, Canadian companies and investors don’t face these same restrictions.
California Assemblymember Rob Bonta, representing the cities of Oakland, Alameda and San Leandro, is slated to give a keynote address and overview of the new California regulations at the Marijuana Investor Summit in San Francisco this March.
On March 3, 2016, Zep Again and House of Floyd will share the stage in the Grand Ballroom following The Great Marijuana Debate, moderated by ProCon.org, kicking off the three-day Marijuana Investor Summit in San Francisco.
Shouldn’t everything in your life be top shelf? That is the question posed by cannabis accoutrement startup The Apothecarry.
This snapshot of seven critical labeling events of 2015 captures the past as a means of illuminating the industry’s future.
The pharmaceutical capsule as a medical cannabis delivery system has the greatest potential of propelling cannabis into mainstream medical treatment regimens.
In honor of closing out its first year in the legal cannabis industry, New Frontier has a special holiday offer for readers of MJINews.
Interested in taking part of Oregon’s upcoming recreational marijuana market? While the entry barriers for dispensaries in Oregon aren’t as high they are in other states, it still takes a sizable investment to enter the business. And to get funding, companies must be prepared.
If proponents of medical marijuana want the plant as medicine to prosper, they have to borrow a page from established health care services.
Signal Bay Inc. (OTC: SGBY), a provider of cannabis consulting, research, data, operations and laboratory services, knows a cannabis consultancy needs five key elements to be successful.
Smoking might be the most efficient way to receive the health benefits of cannabis, but it is not necessarily the best option for all consumers.
New Frontier and ArcView Market Research will join forces to produce the 4th edition of The State of Legal Marijuana Markets. In honor of this announcement, New Frontier is offering its subscribers and MJIN readers a pre-sale discount of $150, expiring this week on Nov. 20, 2015.
The “pot makes me paranoid” statement may cease to exist in the future of legal cannabis because technology is already helping consumers make informed decisions.
With legalization happening on a state-by-stay basis and no overarching regulatory agency to devise and implement national standards for labeling, the torch has to be picked up by manufacturers.
MyDx offers a comprehensive digital ecosystem of hardware and software that enables users to track, self-quantify and record what is happening to them on a strain-by-strain basis. While such data empowers an individual cannabis consumer’s path to finding the right strain for a specific condition, MyDx believes this data can serve the greater good of the industry.
In an age defined by filter failure, not information overload, independent analysts can act as the filters individual investors need to eliminate the extraneous and focus on the essential—the health of capital market intelligence depends upon them.
MJIC Media sees value in knowing who makes up the industry’s current and prospective investors. In an effort to determine this, paired with MJIC Media’s commitment to serving investors in this emerging industry, it is now offering a free company research report.
As markets and consumers change, pivoting can become a necessary survival strategy for a business. Even for thriving businesses, a well-timed pivot can lead to further success.
At its legal retail inception, the cannabis industry expected it would prosper with traditional flower sales, but concentrates have proven to be the industry’s dark horse and have dramatically changed the landscape for cultivators, manufacturers and retailers.
The appeal of LED (light-emitting diode) indoor growing lamps has always been to reduce energy costs. An indoor grow set-up with only four cannabis plants can suck as much electricity as 29 refrigerators.