In this article, Aaron Green sits down with Bruce Macdonald, Chairman of C21 Investments, Inc. to learn more about the how he got involved with the MSO, the company’s strategy and how C21 delivers competitive advantage in today’s market.
The Cannabis Safety & Quality Certification program, launched by ASI in 2020, just welcomed QIMA/WQS as their newest licensed certification body.
In this excerpt from his book, From Seed to Success: How to Launch a Great Cannabis Cultivation Business in Record Time, Ryan Douglas offers an interesting take on the vertically integrated cannabis business model. He argues vertical integration is not in the best interest of the consumer and that businesses should identify their strengths and seek to specialize in one aspect of the supply chain.
Over the long run, compliance is key to tracking the consistency and safety of products to avoid long-term liability and costs on consumers. Consumers would be wise to gravitate towards compliant brands and companies that focus on consistent quality and safety to minimize potential long-term negative impacts and costs.
In this article, Aaron Green sits down with Jonathan Vaught, Ph.D., CEO of Front Range Biosciences, to learn more about the origins of the company, how he thinks about genetics and the engineering of “smart plants.”
In the 16th and final episode of the 2020 Cannabis Quality Virtual Conference, check out “A Panel Discussion: Integrated Lifecycle of Designing a Cultivation Operation” and “Advanced Technology for Precision Cultivation.”
In this case study, David Vaillencourt takes a look at how to avoid some typical facility design and operational oversights that could become expensive. Learn how to maintain a competitive edge in a constantly changing market and use data-driven controls for materials, processes and people.
The report published by the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) highlights some current problem areas in the market where practices are less than sustainable and provides some steps for ways the industry can move forward sustainably.
In this piece, we take a look at nine new developments coming for the California cannabis market in 2021. From new retail opportunities to the appellations project to market consolidation, there are a number of exciting trends coming in the new year.
In the 8th episode of the 2020 Cannabis Quality Virtual Conference, check out “Upstream Innovations in Mold Mitigation” and “Practical Analytical Considerations for Cannabis Producers & Processors”