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Soaring Sales

Last Tuesday, Arizona Supreme Court made a decision which confirmed the sale of concentrates as part of the Arizona Medical Program. Due to this clarification in the rules and regulations, sales of concentrates are expected to rise drastically.

Setback to Solution

In 2010, when Arizona State decided to launch it’s medical marijuana program, they intended for all forms of the plant including extracts to be included as part of the medical program. However due to a county specific issue, there was discussion held as to what is truly acceptable in certain circumstances. 

Read the full article to understand the importance of concentrates in dispensaries and how various CEO’s like Sara Gullickson are handling issues such as these.

To read the full article, click here.

Source: azcentral.

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Sara Gullickson

The nascent cannabis industry requires talented entrepreneurs and leaders to take it forward. Luckily, women are stepping up and giving this industry the entrepreneurial talent it requires. Women in the cannabis industry hold nearly 27 percent of leadership roles – 6 percent more than traditional businesses.

Last year when Sara Gullickson became CEO of 9 Labs Corps, she also became the first woman in the cannabis industry to head a publicly traded cannabis company. Under her leadership, 9 Labs has become the parent company of multiple brands and has also ventured into the plant-touching aspect of the industry.

Read the full article to meet nine women in the cannabis industry who are shaping the industry with their business acumen.

To read the full article, click here.

Source: Industry Leaders Magazine.

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With a booming medical-marijuana program and business-friendly regulations for dispensaries and farms, Arizona is a can’t-miss market for large cannabis companies that are growing across the 33 states with legalized medical or recreational use.

Arizona allows medical marijuana use with the recommendation of a doctor, and voters narrowly rejected recreational use in 2016.

Arizona’s 183,000 qualified patients not only increased by 21 percent in the last year, but the state’s requirement that marijuana farms be vertically integrated with a retail dispensary make it a lucrative market.

“There are a lot of really good craft companies,” said Sara Gullickson, CEO of Item 9 Labs Corp., a publicly traded cannabis company headquartered in Scottsdale. “But not a lot of people can grow like we can here.”

The Scottsdale company’s stock is traded on the over-the-counter market, which means it is not traded on major exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq. Item 9 tells investors it plans to operate in six to 10 markets in 2019.

Gullickson said that scaling up and operating in multiple states allows companies like Item 9 to offer better benefits to workers, such as a 401(k) retirement plan and health benefits…….

 

Read the full article and watch the interview clip here.

Source: AZ Central. The article was written by .

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With a booming medical-marijuana program and business-friendly regulations for dispensaries and farms, Arizona is a can’t-miss market for large cannabis companies that are growing across the 33 states with legalized medical or recreational use.

Arizona allows medical marijuana use with the recommendation of a doctor, and voters narrowly rejected recreational use in 2016.

Arizona’s 183,000 qualified patients not only increased by 21 percent in the last year, but the state’s requirement that marijuana farms be vertically integrated with a retail dispensary make it a lucrative market.

“There are a lot of really good craft companies,” said Sara Gullickson, CEO of Item 9 Labs Corp., a publicly traded cannabis company headquartered in Scottsdale. “But not a lot of people can grow like we can here.”

The Scottsdale company’s stock is traded on the over-the-counter market, which means it is not traded on major exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq. Item 9 tells investors it plans to operate in six to 10 markets in 2019.

Gullickson said that scaling up and operating in multiple states allows companies like Item 9 to offer better benefits to workers, such as a 401(k) retirement plan and health benefits…….

 

Read the full article and watch the interview clip here.

Source: AZ Central. The article was written by .

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