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Pay Attention to Cannabusiness Technology! Part II


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!

Pay Attention to Cannabusiness Technology!


Join us on Thursday, October 17th for part one 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 1 of this 3 part series, we will be covering a few topics, including:

Why does an MSP need to pay attention to the cannabis industry?
What different types of businesses exist in the cannabis industry?
What states have legalized cannabis?
And more!

Podcast: Looking at Cannabis Compliance


As the cannabis industry continues to grow and the world turns, we keep bumping into incredible service providers. This interview is with Marc Haskelson, president and CEO of the Compliancy Group in New York. We reconnected with him at a recent ChannelPro SMB workshop in Chicago and said he just had to talk with us. While his main focus in HIPAA compliance in health care, he’s found synergies with the cannabis vertical – especially medicinal marijuana. And you guessed it – there is a whole range of compliancy issues with respect to the cannabis industry.

How to Be an MSP – VERTICALS!


Join us as we double-click down into the hottest vertical opportunity in 2019+++. Discover how in 90-days you can add the CBD vertical to your managed services provider (MSP) portfolio of services. This vertical opportunity is both very serious and complex. You will learn the unique nature of the CBD/cannabis technology workloads including security, infrastructure, supply chain (seed-to-sale), point-of-sale (POS), compliance/reporting/tractability and much more.

Karl Palachuk’s Big Thoughts!


I was happy to interview Harry on the official announcement of his new book – How to Be An MSP. It is now officially released. In this interview, Harry also announces another new adventure: A serious focus on the cannabis industry as the largest new vertical opportunity for the next ten years.

How to be an MSP / Entrepreneur


In this long-play broadcast, Harry Brelsford along with Kevin and Kyle at Northwest Digital News review Chapter 6 of the new “How to Be an MSP – Volume I: Vertical Edition” book.

Cannabis Industry Opportunities for MSPs

Are you looking for the next great thing? Take a fresh look at the legal cannabis market (in ten states and growing). The net-net on the new-new is that this is a completely legitimate business that is cash-heavy and technology dependent. It’s akin to the pharmacy business with respect to compliance and other workflows. Meet a real MSP who is capitalizing on the cannabis opportunity already. Plus you’ll be schooled on the nuances of this business including the seed-to-sale supply chain, the differences between states, etc. Leave this webinar with an understanding on how the cannabis opportunity can be part of your MSP portfolio moving forward with ready-to-rock technology solutions.

Webinar: Cannabis/CBD MSP – Marketing

In this webinar, MSPs will understand how to market to the cannabis industry starting with the end of the supply chain: Retail/Dispensaries. The first part of the webinar is a quick review of cannabis history.