Data Intelligence For Pot Firm Raises $2.5M

Seattle Startup Headset Is Neilsen For The Pot Industry As the marijuana industry starts to grow, there is an ever growing need for analytics. Couple that with the fact that there are a tremendous amount of laws surrounding the sale of cannabis products, and they vary state to state. Also because cannabis sales are governed by state law and not federal law, it’s a cash business. All these factors make

A Keurig For Pot?

Medical Marijuana users can rejoice, A Kuerig for Pot is here CannaKorp, a startup based outside Boston Massachusetts has created a Kuerig like device for medical marijuana.  The device uses single use pods in the medical marijuana vaporizer system. The patent pending vaporizer system allows users to comfortably enjoy a convenient and effective vapor. The CannaCloud extracts the medically beneficial compounds from cannabis flower offering a better alternative to smoking.

Seed & Smith Brings The Brewery Concept To Marijuana

There’s something about a brewery. Breweries have taken off across the country in nearly every city over the last decade. Sure there are a number of customers just going for the beer, but there are still a handful that are mesmerized by the way beer is made. The best breweries in the world offer customers a look behind the curtain to see exactly how the beer is concocted. The best

Xoogler Creates Fun Marijuana Brand

Former Google Employee Creates Fun Marijuana Brand In 2012 Michael Garganese packed his bags in his Las Vegas home and headed a little further west to pursue the dream of so many entrepreneurs. He went to work for a social media marketing startup called Wildfire. Wildfire served marketing and ad campaigns on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and Youtube. TechCrunch reported at the time, that the transaction was valued upwards of

Marijuana Startups Need A Lawyer Too

Vicente Sederberg Is The Country’s First Powerhouse Marijuana Law Firm Vicente Sederberg LLC, called the country’s first powerhouse marijuana law firm by Rolling Stone, announced two new office openings in Denver and Los Angeles, along with the addition of several new seasoned attorneys and support staff—doubling their total staff during 2016—to help cannabis industry members meet their complex and growing legal and regulatory needs. The expansion of the firm builds upon