Sep 23, 2019
A new cannabis perspective with The Arcview Group at CWCB Expo
It's one of the largest and most established holding companies in the Cannabis Industry. Arcview's Ecosystem is involved with over 600 million dollars in deal flow, with over 300 million dollars invested in over 300 companies, The Arcview Group is a dominant force in the emerging industry and is now with three divisions under the direction of CEO Jeff Finkle and Chief Inspiration Officer Jeanne Sullivan. Their plans for the future of this industry and their insight into its direction is making history. So is their appearance on In The Weeds with JImmy Young on location at the CWCB Expo in New York City last week.
Master Cannabis Confectioner Julian Rose talks about making edibles.
Talk about a dream job? That's the life of master chocolatier and confection master Julian Rose of INSA. After growing up in his parent's bakery in Montreal, Quebec, he became one of the most sought after consultants in the world in his sweet world. Now he's the Director of Research and Development of confection production at INSA, a cannabis dispensary with three locations in Massachusetts in Easthampton, Springfield, and Salem. While flower continues to be the dominant means of cannabis use among adults, edibles, tinctures, concentrates are all growing in popularity, and potency. The challenges of balancing the thousands of cannabinoids in a plant and mixing a consistent batch of sweetness that tastes good, is why INSA recruited Julian Rose, and now are producing some of the most popular products in the state. Now, Julian Rose on In the Weeds with Jimmy Young.
DC Lobbyist Reacts to Federal Legalization of Cannabis CAO Act - E.D of Global Alliance
SSo when will cannabis be legalized in the United States? Your guess is as good as any, but if you are the Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Cannabis Commerce, you have the right to be optimistic, at least that's Randal John Meyer's attitude. He represents the cannabis industry in Washington DC as a lobbyist and he has been in the political trenches for decades. His work on the topics of cannabis and criminal justice reform have been part of many major publications including The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, National Law Journal, National Review Online, New York Post, and Newsweek. Now he's on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young.
Tracking Cannabis Consumption with Lucid Green President Paul Botto
Are you tired of all those compliance stickers that your state makes all cannabis distributors apply to their products? Wouldn't it be nice if you could scan a QR code that will give you all the results from testing, terpene and cannabinoid make up, and your own history with that particular strain? That's what Lucid Green is all about. Lucid Green is a technology platform that utilizes a unique code to tie the entire cannabis ecosystem together, from production to consumption. Paul Botto is the President, and he explains why his company is ready to make a huge impact on the industry on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young.
Cannabis Banking Compliance with Anubis Inc
You've heard about the nightmares of the first wave of cannabis businesses trying to do banking in the US with a federally illegal product? There are many groups trying to figure out the best ways to handle all the compliance issues related to this dynamic challenge. Now Anubis Inc has figured it out, no matter what the Feds do with current legislation or future reform. Listen to their Chief Consultant and Interim CEO Jay Lombardi with cannabis accounting expert and CPA, Rick LaNeve from Accounting Buds on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young
Growing Cannabis Horizontally, Thanks to Aja Atwood of Trella Technologies!
Aja Atwood is a revolutionary inventor, who alongside Trella Technologies, have created a device that grows plants horizontally. Revolutionizing the growing industry, this device can grow everything from tomatoes to lettuce and even cannabis! We sit down with Aja to discuss this breakthrough for not only the cannabis industry, but for the farming industry as well.