In this article, we sit down for a conversation with Brandon Barksdale, CEO of Dalwhinnie Enterprises LLC, to hear about his journey through the cannabis industry, entrepreneurship, social equity, their unique locations and more.
This column provides readers with a taste of Cannin’s insights they offer to their members, including investment tips, trends, predictions and more. In this piece, we take a look at Tilray’s position following Q2 reporting.
This complimentary virtual conference consists of 4 back-to-back webinars, all on the same day. We will delve into topics such as GMPs, nano emulsion, culinary science, food safety for edibles and more. For years we have been producing the Infused Products Virtual Conference in an effort to share best practices, standards and advice on all things infused products and edibles. State regulations shouldn’t be the reason why infused products manufacturers have robust safety and quality standards, consumer safety is. Getting ahead of regulations with proactive safety and quality planning can improve a business’s bottom line tremendously. There are a number of tools and tricks cannabis companies can learn from the food industry to streamline their businesses and gain a bigger chunk of the market share.
When it comes to mitigating risk in this business, the stakes are sky high. Cannabis companies that have not incorporated risk management into their business/operational plans will need to in 2022. Here are five types of insurance that you should consider.
The cannabis industry is set for another year of huge growth in 2022, but the path ahead is not without its bumps. Growers, processors and retailers will need to leverage risk management to minimize threats to their profitability and stability.
When creating your cannabis brand’s visual identity, choosing the right design style is vital. The development process includes creating a brand ethos, understanding your customer, defining a brand personality, budget and time considerations and choosing a designer. While illustration can certainly take your cannabis brand’s visual identity to the next level, there are a number of factors to consider when developing your strategy.
Jay Jerose, Principal at the Bonadio Group, dives into Section 280E and shares its implications on businesses and the cannabis industry. Not only is it difficult for cannabis companies to avail themselves of alternative banking solutions, but there are also obstacles in place preventing these companies from taking advantage of notable tax deductions, with the primary obstacle being Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 280E.
Your cannabis products deserve to stand out and shine in this booming market. But your product won’t even make it to the market if you are not following label requirements. Following these Do’s and Don’ts will help you label your products appropriately.
The Cannabis Packaging Virtual Conference. Check out sessions from the December 1, 2021 event such as: Supply Chain Logistics: Cannabis Challenges in States, Interstate and Overseas; The Future of Sustainable Packaging; Cannabis Labeling from Seed-to-Sale: Doing More with Less; and Sustainability is Multi-Dimensional.
Ahead of his talk at the upcoming the Cannabis Packaging Virtual Conference, we sat down with Ross Kirsh, founder and CEO of Dymapak, one of the leading packaging manufacturers in cannabis, to learn about the industry’s plastic problems and how the brand is investing in environmentally conscious and sustainable solutions.