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.
The cannabis industry is booming and it is no secret. With the industry booming and new jobs coming on board every day how are business owners, and employees setting themselves apart? The cannabis industry requires a unique knowledge set and investing the time and money into educating yourself through certifications can make the difference of running a profitable business, and or landing a job and turning it into a long termcareer.
By popular demand, we have created a community online gathering to walk you through the big scary chart that brings all of the cannatech elements together for the technology workflow of a normal dispensary. This is based on the August 2021 CannaTech Corner column at Marijuana Venture magazine. So many cannabis professionals were asking “how does it all work” that we published the column and you are welcome to attend this complimentary online event.
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New York recently passed legislation legalizing recreational marijuana use, which is a huge win for the tri state area, especially after New Jersey’s win in November. With the legalization in New York creating huge opportunities for not only small businesses, but entrepreneurs who are already starting to create the infrastructure, but now they have the backing of the government. Kat shares with us the she has personally “met contacts in the New York area, who are looking to bring the sophistication of the West Coast cannabis industry really onto the East Coast, which hasn’t happened yet, simply because the legality hasn’t been there.”