Some of the most successful marijuana-related businesses don't even use the plant itself. NBC 7's Liberty Zabala takes a look at the industry.
Golden Leaf Holdings Ltd. is taking the first step to becoming the Starbucks or McDonald’s of weed, even though marijuana remains illegal across much of the U.S.
Legal cannabis is one of the fastest-growing industries in North America, with hundreds of companies having shares publicly traded in the US and Canada.
|Public relations company KCSA Strategic Communications has taken the lead among New York media companies to get involved with cannabis industry companies. As a result of this commitment, KCSA has launched a new podcast called “The Green Rush.”|
Innovation in cannabis farming is picking up. Alan Lien, Co-Founder & President at Solis Tek, was with our own Alyssa Julya Smith at the Cannabis World Conference to share how his company is changing the way marijuana is cultivated. Lien discusses his lighting and nutrient products which are helping growers increase their yield at lower costs.
Kush Bottles is a cannabis business capitalizing on the growing industry, without getting anywhere near plants or extracts. The packaging and supply company's quarterly revenue generated $4.7 million, up 103% year over year. CEO Nick Kovacevich says the company is riding a green wave of growth with its independence in the space.
Medicine Man Technologies works closely start-ups to improve their cultivation efforts. Josh Haupt, Chief Cultivation Officer, joins Alyssa Julya Smith at the Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition. Haupt, a.k.a. The Steve Jobs of Cannabis, is known for his unique method to growing marijuana that yields over three pounds per light bulb.