The cannabis industry has lit up in the last year, including weed delivery startup Eaze, which just raised $27 million in Series B financing and claims a 300 percent year-over-year increase in gross sales.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 14, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Eaze, the leading cannabis technology company, announced today an additional $27 million in Series B financing, led by Bailey Capital with participation from DCM Ventures, Kaya Ventures and FJ Labs.
When retail outlets in California finally get permission to start selling recreational marijuana at the start of 2018, thanks to a vote last year, there’s one notable way they won’t be able to deliver the drug—by drone.
With his cannabis brand having already rolled out in Colorado and Canada, the recent launch of Snoop Dogg water pipes, known as POUNDS, means consumers can smoke Snoop-approved cannabis out of Snoop-approved glass.
As California’s medical marijuana industry has grown to an $800 million dollar business, one company is hoping to take advantage of that by delivery the product directly to the customer.
Here is a novel concept could increase the safety of cannabis deliveries and be a boon for marijuana stocks: drone deliveries. Not only will drone deliveries increase safety, but they will also make delivery faster and more convenient.
Are women fastest growing group of marijuana users? According to CBS, since Californians voted to legalize recreational marijuana women are embracing it.
In 2016, Californians ordered marijuana on the Eaze platform once every 30 seconds, according to the “Eaze Insights: 2016 State of Cannabis Data Report.” That doubled 2015’s rate of an order once every minute. Eaze, an online platform for marijuana deliveries, drew its report from 250,000 platform users and a supplemental survey of 5,000 state residents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 8, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Following decades of stigmatization and prohibition, a new data report titled, Eaze Insights: State of Cannabis 2016, reveals that Californians are increasingly comfortable with marijuana use and are embracing its benefits.
Weed deliveries have been in high demand throughout the holidays. On Dec. 23, pot deliveries jumped by 23% from the average on Fridays throughout the year, and they bumped up by 6% on Christmas Eve.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Keith McCarty, founder and CEO of Eaze, the leading cannabis technology company, has been named Entrepreneur of the Year by MJIC’s World of Cannabis committee.
Are you an entrepreneur eager to fund your cannabis business? Needless to say, banks are not going to be your first choice. How can you raise capital legally and then bank the money you make?
With recreational marijuana on several state ballots next week and polls showing strong support for its passage, California represents the largest market in North America and it has the most potential to be the driving force for other states to follow suit.
On Oct. 27, 2016, on the heels of its recent $13 million Series B round of financing, Eaze, a medical marijuana delivery service in the state of California, released its first data report on the voting preferences of registered medical marijuana patients in California.
Oct. 27, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — This year’s presidential election has revealed how divided most Americans are on many issues. However, there is one area where supporters of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree: marijuana policy.
On Oct. 25, 2016, Eaze, a medical marijuana delivery service in California, announced that it had completed a $13 million Series B round of financing, bringing the company’s fundraising total to $25 million.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 24, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Eaze, the leading on-demand medical marijuana technology company, today announced the completion of a $13 million Series B financing round making Eaze the fastest growing and most funded cannabis technology company in the world.
On Aug. 17, 2016, a new poll announced that residents of Los Angeles overwhelmingly support policy reform to allow patients access to medical marijuana delivery in the city.
When three Colorado marijuana entrepreneurs made a presentation to 40 Silicon Valley investors last year, it was as though they were discussing something dirty.
On Nov. 9, 2015, Snoop Dogg announced Leafs By Snoop, the rapper’s custom cannabis brand, at a private launch party in the suburbs of Denver.
On Sept. 30, 2015, Logistics Trust Inc. issued a private placement memorandum, seeking up to $5 million in equity investment from accredited investors for funds to be used for further marketing and development of its Doobster on-demand mobile platform, which it touts as a multi-purpose cannabis ordering and logistics app.
Rapper and marijuana entrepreneur Snoop Dogg continued his quest to become regarded as the Johnny Appleseed (or maybe make that Stems-and-Seeds) of cannabis for future generations by offering a benediction to the good people of Colorado following that state’s inaugural cannabis tax holiday on Sept. 16.
Flow Kana, a new San Francisco-based medical marijuana delivery service, has much loftier goals than just dominating the delivery market—they’re looking to change the world. The website details their farm-to-table ethos, advertising 100-percent sun-grown, pure-green, and connoisseur-grade product from Mendicino County.
If you are interested in figuring out what international hip-hop superstar and marijuana advocate Snoop Dogg will be best remembered for, put another check in the cannabis column.
Potential medical marijuana patients who in live in California and are too shy to ask their primary care physician for a recommendation now have an alternative in marijuana doctors who make house calls.
Cannabis stocks were better to sell today. Perhaps this was due to the hangover from yesterday’s press blitz. Regardless, the space continues to hold up despite the volatility experienced by broader equity markets.
As American lawmakers legalize cannabis in a handful of states and decriminalize it in others, “potrepreneurs” are emerging from the shadows to bring tech to the cannabis community.
Add nearly 40 Silicon Valley investors, including The ArcView Group, to the list of those participating in the significant infusion of capital into the marijuana business.
Mobile apps enable nearly anything to be delivered directly to your door. Now you can add marijuana to the list.
Utilizing the power of the internet and the precision of pizza delivery, some herbal entrepreneurs are carving out a niche in the app-based marijuana delivery service.
The country’s largest cannabis investor group held a pitch forum in Chicago.
A fresh crop of pot entrepreneurs wants to provide a new way to get a buzz from your smartphone: marijuana delivered on demand.
There’s an app for that, or so I’m told every time I’m looking for an online service. It seems like you can do everything on your smartphone whether you use an app to order pizza, connect with friends or check your blood pressure, but what about ordering cannabis? Well, you’re in luck, because there is indeed an app for that.