Cannabis News and Industry Events

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Check out our latest cannabis industry news articles and announcements and see which cannabis events the Canna Advisors team will be hosting and attending.

How Technology is Enhancing the Cannabis Growing Process

Krystina Morgan with Leaf Retailer talked with founding partner Jay Czarkowski about cannabis and technology.

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Michigan Cannabis Struggles in Competitive Market

Adrienne Roberts of the Detroit Free Press interviewed founding partner Jay Czarkowski about the quickly-changing dynamics of Michigan’s cannabis industry.

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Colorado Pot Sales for First Drop Since Retail Legalization

Matt Whittaker of NewsBreak Denver talked to founding partner Jay Czarkowski about the current state of cannabis sales in Colorado.

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Will Germany’s Cannabis Legalization Create a Ripple Effect?

Benzinga featured this international perspective written by founding partner Jay Czarkowski and project manager Brian Hart who has lived and studied in Germany.

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Real Estate Among Biggest Hurdles in Starting NYC Cannabis Business

Leonard Robinson, Commercial Real Estate Reporter with New York Business Journal talked with founding partner Jay Czarkowski about why real estate is one of the biggest hurdles for those starting a cannabis business in New York City. Robinson also talked with Canna Advisors Pitch Deck contestant Hammadur Bhandari of Grasse.

New York is going to have an enormous impact on the entire East Coast’s cannabis market,” Czarkowski said. “While using capital for real estate expansion comes with great risk, for some companies, it can reap true reward.”

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Proud to Work in Cannabis

Founding partners Diane and Jay Czarkowski were featured on Vangst’s podcast “Proud to Work in Cannabis.” Tune in to hear their reasons why building the industry is their mission.

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