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flower-side-chats-part-2-a-qa-with-bill-conkling-founder-and-ceo-of-maggies-farm
Blumen sind weiterhin die dominierende Produktkategorie beim Verkauf von Cannabis in den USA. In dieser Artikelserie „Flower-Side Chats“ interviewt Green integrierte Cannabisunternehmen und Blumenmarken, die der Branche einzigartige Geschäftsmodelle bringen. Besonderes Augenmerk wird darauf gelegt, wie diese Unternehmen in einer sich schnell verändernden Landschaft von Regulierungs-, Lieferketten- und Verbrauchernachfrage navigieren.Maggie's Farm ist ein integriertes Cannabisunternehmen mit Sitz...
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learning-from-the-first-wave-part-3-seven-basic-questions-about-local-cannabis-ordinances-real-estate
Part 1 of this series dealt with the question of how the regulated cannabis market can only be understood in relation to the previous medical market as well as the current “traditional” market. Part two of the series describes how regulation defines vertical integration in California cannabis.When considering getting into California cannabis, imagine the following sentence in ten-foot-tall...
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Flower continues to be the dominant product category in US cannabis sales. In this “Flower-Side Chats” series of articles Green interviews integrated cannabis companies and flower brands that are bringing unique business models to the industry. Particular attention is focused on how these businesses navigate a rapidly changing landscape of regulatory, supply chain and consumer demand.Connected is a vertically-integrated...
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learning-from-the-first-wave-part-2-californias-cannabis-supply-chain-and-vertical-integration-with-a-grain-of-salt
Part 1 of this series dealt with the question of how the regulated cannabis market can only be understood in relation to the previous medical market as well as the current “traditional” market. Part two of the series describes how regulation defines vertical integration in California cannabis and, conversely, how vertical integration can solve some of the problems...
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learning-from-the-first-wave-part-1-how-law-shapes-the-california-cannabis-industry
As a cannabis attorney, I spend a lot of time thinking about how regulations affect a cannabis company's bottom line. Since I've been in California, the options have been many.In late 2017, I became Chief Compliance Officer for a startup in Oakland that did delivery, sales, cultivation, and six manufacturing operations. A large part of my job...
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