Epstein breaks down his best tips for success at cannabis conferences and expos.
Vetting consultants properly and tracking progress on important projects can help you get the most out of your experience.
Smyth sat in a session on budtender training at last week’s NCIA Cannabis Business Summit and offers her summary of the events.
Adelson makes his case for using patient input and more data to spur product innovation.
Steven Burton breaks down which certifications and standards cannabis companies should look at, both domestically and internationally.
A QA system supports continuous improvement, reliable data sets and the very best in business practices for those in the cannabis industry and at cannabis testing labs.
Using traceability systems for things like recalls, safety standards and regulatory compliance can help put public trust in cannabis businesses.
The conference will be held May 19th and 20th in Palm Springs, with a lot of exciting new additions to the event.
Building a User Requirements document is one tool to help make implementation painless.
Reliable dosage is the key for accurate administration by trained health professionals.