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.
Jay Tittman was named one of the top Cannabis Technology Influencers for his long standing work in the industry. Jay started poking around in the CannaTech space in 2009 and has been heavily involved since. From computer infrastructure, peripherals, and supplies for seed to sale traceability software, Jay has been involved in set up for about 1500 facilities in 35 states and five countries through software connections. Watch as Jay talks about his journey through the every changing Landscape of the cannabis industry.
James Tuff was named a leading CannaTech Influencer by Marijuana Venture Magazine and 420MSP. As a long time player in the Cannabis Industry (James entered the industry when it became legal in WA State), James goal is to help customers find solutions that work to help streamline and grow their businesses through a single platform. Watch this interview and learn more about James and his impacts in the Cannabis Industry.
When most people hear the word investment, they think about setting money away for their future. Although, this is true the most important investment you can make is in continuing education. Investing in new skills can not only help you in your professional life but can also help your business to grow.
Digital transformation or the process of using digital technologies to help streamline business processes, cultures, and customer experiences, has taken hold in many industries including cannabis. Using digital technologies has not only helped many businesses streamline their processes but has become an integral part of driving success through customer purchases and interactions. A lot of cannabis businesses have started to use an Omni Channel ( An omnichannel customer experiences a seamlessly connect, allowing customers to pick up where they left off on one channel and continue the experience on another) to reach out to their customer, whether it’s email, text, or social media.