If you aren’t taking advantage of community groups or professional communities you are missing out. While it is impossible to join and participate in every community out there, having a good active hand in a couple communities can make a huge impact on your business. From knowledge and resources from other members, to recommendations and networking, getting your name known in the community or industry provides invaluable benefits.
Universities play a pivotal role in developing and educating the future of cannabis.
Chuck Mains joins Harry Brelsford to discuss universities developing courses regarding marijuana and its policy. Chuck goes onto talk about the future of the industry and how many jobs tie into it including, law, medical, business and more.
Dan Foote shares his experience at the 420MSP Cannabis Tech Conference. He says the conference was great fun, and he learned a lot from other partners in regards to how they are handling the magnitude of the business and grow facilities they are supporting. Dan encourages people to attend conferences, and if you missed it be sure to watch the replay at 420MSP.com.
We’re serious about cannabis technology and you should be too! Join this initial meet-and-greet as we build an exciting cannabis technology community of a wide range of stakeholders including everyone on the seed-to-sale cannabis technology supply chain: Businesses, Owners, Decision Makers, IT Pros and Managed Services Providers. We’re all in this together and we are better when we share knowledge. Plus this is FUN!
PS – we are also toasting to the first anniversary of my startup 420MSP that is laser focused on the cannabis technology supply chain!
Join us on Thursday, November 7th for part two of a webinar series with Harry Brelsford and Nathan Ware covering the opportunities MSPs can take advantage of in the growing Cannabis industry. With the industry having only been legalized just a few years ago, this is an exciting time to get your foot in the door in a fast-growing industry. During part 2 of this 3 part series, we will be covering a few topics, including:
• What types of technology do they seem to use the most?
• Now that the cannabis business is a few years old, what are some of the mistakes that you’ve seen in regards to how technology is handled?
• What kind of data is being stored and what challenges arise from storing this data?
• Is the government involved in mandating how data is stored or will they be in the future?
• What regulations do you sense will be coming in the future?
• And more!