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.
Canna Advisors Client Featured in Tahoe Daily Tribune
Green wave: Cannabis industry blooming South Lake Tahoe
Laney Griffo from the Tahoe Daily Tribune featured Canna Advsiors’ client Cannablue dispensary in a recent article about results of the first year of adult-use operation in the city.
Cannablue opened in December 2020 in a highly competitive market with an extensive permitting process.
Cannabis Legalization Isn’t a Threat, It’s an Opportunity
Rena Sherbill, host of the Cannabis Investing Podcast on Seeking Alpha, interviewed our own Jay Czarkowski and covered lots of ground on the success of Canna Advisors, industry changes, and the importance of focusing on management when evaluating cannabis companies.
Cannabis Companies Gearing Up to Get in on New York’s $7 Billion Gold Rush
Yeji Lee from Business Insider recently talked with founding partner Jay Czarkowski to get insights on how businesses might enter New York’s new adult-use cannabis program.
“Of course, the rules could change, said Jay Czarkowski, cofounder of Canna Advisors, a cannabis business consultancy. He told Insider that the prohibition on vertical integration in New York may act as a deterrent for some of the larger companies, but that it could be lifted as cannabis regulations often change.” – Jay Czarkowski
Spotlight on Cannabis Tourism
What does cannabis market growth in the U.S. mean for cross-border cannabis tourism?
Heather Allman of Cannabis Law Report got insights from founding partner Jay Czarkowski and director of client services Greg Huffaker.
What New York’s Legalization Means for Cannabis Marketing
As more states come online with adult-use, questions about advertising and marketing are top of mind for cannabis brands.
When AdAge asked about impacts to restrictions and regulations, our own Lisa Jordan shared this perspective:
Platforms like Facebook and Twitter, and paid search, will continue to be restrictive or simply off-limits to cannabis advertisers, and will likely remain that way until cannabis becomes legal at the federal level.
“Hopefully, the industry can put enough weight and influence behind a concerted effort to get these platforms to come around,” says Lisa Jordan, VP of marketing at Canna Advisors. “With digital and social, of all mediums, they should open up to cannabis advertisers given the ability to target only where cannabis is legal.”
Cannabis Law Report: Dinner with Mark Twain
Find out who would be at the dinner table, why Greg would invite them, what would be on the menu to drink and smoke, and more about this lively hypothetical — and — topical soiree. Our own Greg Huffaker described his thoughts to Heather Allman and Sean Hocking of Cannabis Law Report.