Cannabis businesses have limited options for procuring property coverage because of the high-risks inherent in their businesses and a hardening property insurance market. Work with brokers that specialize in cannabis and be diligent in your risk management.
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The two companies announced this week that they are entering a business development partnership to provide in-house potency testing solutions for cannabis companies looking to expand their R&D testing.
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In this week’s Brand Marketing Byte, we take a look at Pioneer Intelligence’s hottest U.S. (non-retail) cannabis brands for the month of July. Using their large data set and gauging metrics within social media, earned media attention and more, these are the companies that are getting the most out of their marketing.
In this op-ed, Silverberg and Chambers argue that tax revenue from legalized cannabis could help a lot of states with their budget problems, while also creating jobs and stimulating the economy.
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Agilent announced this week their newest products for cannabis testing labs, including downloadable instrumental methods, as well as potency, pesticide and mycotoxin consumable kits.
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The Warren, Michigan-based laboratory achieved ISO 17025 accreditation this week, becoming the first startup lab in the state to do so.
The cannabis research and education organization announced this week that they have added a new feature that allows users to browse through more than 1,500 cannabis products available in the United States.
Brand identity in the cannabis industry is extremely important for business development. Using some innovative packaging design can help you reach your target market effectively.
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The series will begin on September 8 and runs through December 22. Registration is now open.
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The Doane University lab, CTL, announced last week they have achieved ISO 17025 accreditation as required by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, making them the first lab to do so.
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The company announced the opening of its Mission dispensary in Georgetown, Mass., as well as the pending adult-use licensing of it's Worcester facility.
The company also unveiled the store's updated name during a grand reopening celebration.
The Cannabis Business Association of Illinois sent Gov. J.B. Pritzker a letter requesting aid for those awaiting one of the state’s long-delayed social equity licenses.
The new Sunnyside dispensary, located in Schaumburg, is now the company's largest retail location at over 11,500 square feet.
Cannabis Conference Virtual will take place September 15, 22 and 29, 2020, bringing together plant-touching businesses for industry-leading programming, networking and expo.
The Marijuana Regulatory Agency is removing a requirement that businesses must hold a medical cannabis license to apply for an adult-use permit.
The University of Pittsburgh will research the impact of medical cannabis on sickle cell disease and other chronic conditions with a grant from Parallel.
The program seeks to provide economic support for communities disproportionately impacted by cannabis prohibition.
The deal makes WeedMD the exclusive producer and distibutor of the Mary's Medicinals product line in Canada.
Advocates and business owners are concerned that the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is delaying the creation of an equitable cannabis industry.
One Plant's CEO says the company is finding its place in the state's expanding medical market as it continues to open stores during the pandemic and becomes a delivery hub.
Littlejohn has previously served on the Minority Cannabis Business Association and is a member of U.S. Hemp Roundtable Minority Economic Empowerment Committee.
The Cannabis Control Commission has amended its quarantine order for the more than 600,000 products that have been in limbo since late last year.
July’s figures set a new sales record for the state.
Gould brings years of experience within construction-based engineering sales and sales management.
A settlement that would reshuffle some of the licenses could end a legal battle between the state and businesses that were not granted adult-use dispensary licenses in 2018.
Gov. Doug Ducey called the measure “a bad idea based on false promises.”
The commission officially adopted the proposed rules and regulations for the program during its June 23 meeting.
The new standard operating procedure would help farmers achieve better homogeneity for testing samples and reduce the risk of misrepresented products.
The legislation, likely to be voted on in September, would federally decriminalize cannabis by removing it from the Controlled Substances Act.