The Cannabis Industry has grown dramatically in recent years in response to expanding legalization. Currently there are 37 states and Washington, D.C., who allow medical-use marijuana, and 18 states and D.C. allowing adult recreational use. With many states jumping on board the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act in April which is a proposed act to remove cannabis as a “scheduled” drug under the Controlled Substances Act. Harry Brelsford of The CannaTech Group sits down with Luis Alvarez of Alvarez Technology Group to discuss the changes in the Cannabis industry and the knowledge he has gained.
By Harry Brelsford Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs-based Highview Technology Solutions has successfully supported the state’s cannabis industry for the past six years. Although its parent company, Colorado Computer Support, has been a managed services...
*Intersection of Cannabis and Technology
* Cannabis Industry: Entry to Exit
*Advanced Cannabis Certification
More and more states are legalizing recreational use of cannabis. On April 21st, recreational use of cannabis was legalized throughout New Jersey, allowing anyone 21 or older to legally purchase marijuana. After taking a backseat to the West Coast, the Northeast (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) are jumping on board with a combined population of 33 million are thought to become the Cannabis capital. Harry Brelsford sits down with Paul Seaborn to discuss which states are coming on board, and what each states rules will be.
April 20th is a famed holiday with the cannabis community , and it is no surprise that this day typically brings huge profits (on average 2.2 times the volume of sales). With such high volumes of sales in the past, many dispensaries have had problems with their technology not being able to keep up with the demand. This has cause system outages throughout the United States. Harry Brelsford of The CannaTech Group sits down with Gary Cohen of Cova Software to chat about the upcoming holiday and what Cova has done to prepare.
Harry joins The CannaTech Group from the floor of the leading cannabis investment conference, Benzinga to share his recap. The Benzinga Cannabis Conference was a 2 day conference in Miami Florida where Industry leading executives and investors came together to discuss the current state of the industry and what the future may hold. From sessions to networking opportunities, and more this conference is a must attend. Listen to Harry’s full conference recap here.
Harry Brelsford of The CannaTech Groups catches up with Carlo Macdonald of Brytemap at the Benzinga Cannabis Conference to discuss the current state of the industry and what the future may hold for Brytemap.
*Measure What Matters
* Brand Awareness- Building Street Cred
*Cannabis Metrics- Measuring Success
*What is an NFT?
* The Cannabis Industry is Here to Stay
*Building Vendor Relationships
Over the past few years we have embraced the power of a virtual world. From work, to meetings and conferences, many people were unable to meet in person for over a year. As the world emerges from lockdown and are able to attend conferences, many are seeing the importance of a simple hand shake. Being able to gather in person helps establish connections, offers a platform to reconnect with clients and partners, builds your brand, and so much more. Harry Brelsford of The CannaTech groups sits down with Bryan Lopez of Brytemaps at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference to discuss the importance of in person events.