The 4th annual Emerald Conference brought researchers and scientists from around the world to share their findings in San Diego last week.
Cannabis Business Summit & Expo was the winner of Trade Show Executive’s Fastest 50 Award in 2016, honoring the fastest-growing trade shows held in the U.S., and the winner of The Denver Post’s The Cannabist Golden Pineapple Award in 2016 for Best Business Event.
The annual summit, hosted by the cannabis industry’s only national trade association, returns to the Bay Area, the epicenter of the cannabis movement, to bring together more than 6,000 of the industry’s best and brightest minds.
Serious, like-minded entrepreneurs will convene for three days to learn how to grow their businesses and to achieve new levels of success in five all-encompassing educational tracks.
The battle to approve Israeli medical cannabis for export has hit a snag as Israel’s president bows to Trump’s request to halt the impending trade.
In the first part of this series, we’ll identify the key aspects of a hazard analysis.
Secretary of State Dennis Richardson released an audit of the OLCC, detailing inadequate tracking systems, inspections, security risks and regulatory oversight.
Andre Schultz calls for decriminalization and states that recreational reform is on the horizon.
In an email sent to licensees, WSLCB Deputy Director Peter Antolin mentioned a security incident as the culprit for the state’s tracking system disruption.
The move to brand a targeted cannabinoid treatment for refractory epilepsy is a unique development in an EU market focused on generics.
The addition will further expand IPC’s event capabilities.
The rescinding of the Cole memo does not suggest the sky is about to fall for the U.S. cannabis industry, but it should be a wake-up call for those who have been playing fast and loose with their business operations.