Cannabis and the Fight for Patient Data
Despite little federally sanctioned research, technology allows patients and physicians to contribute to a growing knowledge base of cannabis usage.
As you surf through various news platforms every day, you might be noticing something interesting. Politics notwithstanding, there are two topics constantly featured in an array of discussions, CBD and blockchain; and it seems like they're not going away anytime soon.
As a millennial herself, Natalie Shaul, VP of Marketing of springbig, a technology company who services the cannabis industry, spoke to Cannabis Tech about the exponential job growth in cannabis for millennials and everyone else.
When the cannabis industry meets the technology of AR, the result is a foreshadowing of unlimited possibilities into the future of business, technology, and the entire consumer experience. NexTech AR Solutions is creating that reality now with its launch of its AR Dispensary.
Ellis Smith and guest Matt Mayberry, CEO and Co-Founder of Trym, discuss how you can make informed decisions to improve operational efficiency, maintain consistency, grow revenue, and increase your competitive advantage.
The benefits of blockchain technology as applied to the global supply chain are threefold: traceability, efficiency, and compliance. It's why it makes inherent sense to apply blockchain technology to the many emerging cannabis markets around the globe.
In short order, Canadian’s will be enjoying the sweet smell of cannabis out in the open. With the federal government essentially allowing unfettered access to the plant through online, mail order, and in-store sales, it’s a move set to launch the trajectory of many other peripheral industries as well.
Testing requirements and regulations are continuing to pinch many California cannabis producers. Emerald Test and Labvantage are two companies stepping up to help the industry get testing standards under control.