Software selection in the cannabis industry can be a daunting task. With larger organizations, numerous stakeholders may have competing goals and decision factors important to them. In this article, we cover the 7 most important factors to consider when reviewing and selecting cannabis software.
In this week’s Brand Marketing Byte, we’re highlighting Chalice Farms and how they overcame a difficult 2019 to rebound in 2020 with a few new initiatives and some earned media attention.
The media has been reporting on supply chain disruption for quite some time now due to COVID-19. This piece discusses how the pandemic has impacted the cannabis supply chain and how companies can stay ahead of the curve.
As drama continues to swirl around Brexit, two islands off the coast of the British mainland are investing in cannabis as an economic development strategy.
Perry Johnson Registrars Food Safety, Inc. is now officially the first certification body to be granted accreditation for cannabis certifications in the United States by ANAB.
While state-legal cannabis companies are largely shut out of stimulus packages, some CBD product companies have already received millions of dollars in federal aid money through the CARES Act.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) introduced the bill recently, which would include cannabis businesses in the Small Business Administration’s relief efforts. But even if it does get passed, how much will it actually help cannabis businesses?
In order to remain open for business, cannabis companies need to act responsibly. Here’s a list of best practices for reference to make sure you are protecting your business, customers and employees.
With the current situation affecting the cannabis industry, companies of all sizes are trying to do more with less. Lower operational headcount and unpredictable production, along with a changing supply chain make automation a necessity.
The Cannabis Quality Conference & Expo (CQC) is an educational and networking event for cannabis safety and quality solutions. Serving the Midwest market with a unique focus on science, technology and compliance, the CQC enables attendees to engage in conversations that are critical for advancing careers and organizations alike. Visit with exhibitors to learn about cutting-edge solutions, explore three high-level educational tracks for learning valuable industry trends, and network with industry executives to find solutions to improve quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness in a quickly evolving cannabis marketplace.