Creditors keep chasing a shuttered marijuana retailer that borrowed more than $1 million at credit card-type interest rates.
Although the boozy version is a quickly growing trend, cannabis painting classes are gaining momentum as two locally based businesses lay down the first brush strokes.
Bob Hogan is now starring in national TV ads for his locally based law firm, trying to reach a growing pool of potential cannabis entrepreneurs.
Dispensaries can use the software’s data – assembled from dispensaries, public data and secret shoppers – to push products based on the habits of nearby customers.
The dispensary chain, among the largest in the state, last week debuted an online morning show hosted by 15-year radio veterans Larry Ulibarri and Kathie J.
Vangst Talent, which was called Gradujuana until 2016, rolled out Vangsters in July. The site lists 106 job openings for positions like “budtender.”
The new version of the app will connect facets of the cannabis industry including growers, edible brands and cultivators, and will launch in September.
MassRoots has acquired a Denver-based company, founded in 2014, which tracks cannabis regulations at different levels of government.
One of the area’s biggest cannabis companies is uprooting from downtown and planting a new corporate headquarters off Colorado Boulevard.
The Green Solution has converted its Silver Plume location into an outlet store, offering discounts on surplus products.