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 series of articles, Aaron green sits down and interviews a number of industry executives leading infused products and edibles companies. In Part 3, Green sits down with Liz Conway, Regional President of Florida at Parallel to hear about her journey into the cannabis industry from the health tech sector, how the Florida cannabis industry works and Parallel’s vertical integration strategy.
The online training company has launched their newest course, focused on the safety of edible cannabis products.
Let’s face it. 2020 has been a difficult year, but perhaps it’s the year that companies finally forego spreadsheets and enlist an industrial-strength cloud platform.
Allay Consulting just hired Kara Lavaux, a former “marijuana supervisor” at the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment.
Outdoor cannabis crops aren’t covered by traditional crop insurance. But in a hardening property insurance market, a world of climate change and shifting weather patterns, growers are looking for a way to mitigate their risk. Parametric insurance may be your best bet.
The Metrc seed-to-sale software system was awarded the state contract for the market. They expect to launch it in February 2021.
When can your employees return to work? Can you test your employees? Are you allowed to ask an employee about their illness? In this piece, Conor Dale provides an update on new California rules and summarizes how the changing regulatory landscape in the wake of a pandemic will impact the cannabis industry.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, the cannabis industry has emerged as quite the resilient market. While continuing to adapt through supply chain disruptions and funding issues, the future looks bright with ample opportunities for growth.