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An 'Inconvenient Truth' About Indoor Growing

"You can't kind of engineer your way out of this," Evan Mills said. "There's an alternative, which is growing it outside."

WeedWeek

Happy Highs: Cannabis Brands Find Success Marketing Joy and Well-Being

Feel good blends. Giggly strains. Cannabis marketing has one unique offering in its packages: joy, a momentary reprieve from the world.

I Couldn't Find A Quality CBD Supplier. So I Became One.

Hard lessons from a former engineer on breaking into the cannabis space.

Dave Neundorfer

The Top 4 Cannabis Compliance Complaints And How To Cope

For startups and established businesses, compliance issues can be time-consuming and confusing. But they don't have to be daunting.

Travis Steffen

Critics of 'Big Weed' Fret Over Retail Cannabis Slotting Fees

Cannabis retailers are charging between $1,000 and about $50,000 for prime shelf real estate, according to various reports. This development has boutique brands worried.

WeedWeek

From Seed-To-Sale With Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology is making strides in the cannabis industry and may be the cannabis industry's answer for stealing market share from the unlicensed market.

Pam Chmiel

5 Unmistakable Reasons Why You Should Market Cannabis To Women

Women have tremendous purchasing power, so why are they so underserved?

Jared Mirsky

5 Highly-Effective PR Tips For Cannabis Companies

Do these things to get the most value for your investment.

As More Brands Enter Cannabis, Retailers Charge 'Pay-to-Play' Fees For Shelf Space

Known as slotting fees, the practice requires brands to pay anywhere from $500 to $15,000 a month for premium space on cannabis retailers' shelves.

Eli McVey

The Top 8 CBD Products For Pets On The Market Right Now

Your furry friend needs to nourish their endocannabinoid system, too. Here are 8 CBD products for pets worth knowing about, and tips on how to find out the correct CBD dosing.

Why Cannabis Entrepreneurs Need To Keep Their Records In Order

It might seem like common sense, but for many business owners, records retention is one of the first things to slide. This is a big mistake.

Melissa Diaz

This State's New Organic Certification Plan Could Help Cannabis Growers' Bottom Line

With cannabis illegal under federal law, cannabis businesses cannot call products organic under the U.S. Department of Agriculture's certification program. So California has proposed its own "comparable-to-organic cannabis standards."