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https://420intel.com/articles/2020/12/04/most-cannabis-brands-dont-understand-their-customers

Now more than ever before, brands across all industries are attuning to the fact that an in-depth understanding of their audience’s interests and lifestyles is key to robust sales and longevity. The cannabis industry posted that message loud and clear this year, with one online cannabis marketplace, Jane Technologies, Inc. (which partners with over 1,600 dispensaries and brands across 33…

CannabisNewsBreaks – MCTC Holdings, Inc. (MCTCD) Announces Efforts to Advance Cannabinoid Delivery Science via Polymeric Cannabinoid Nanoparticles and Nanofibers

MCTC Holdings (OTC: MCTCD, MCTC) on Monday announced details on its efforts to advance cannabinoid delivery science via polymeric cannabinoid nanoparticles and nanofibers. According to the update, the company is collaborating with two Contract Research Organizations (“CRO”), which continue to make advances in both cannabinoid nanosciences and toward productization of these and related technologies. MCTC plans to market and license…

420 with CNW — Financial Regulator Says Enacting Federal Cannabis Banking Laws Is Urgent

Cannabis is one of the most interesting industries in the country. Seen as one of the nation’s fastest-growing sectors, the cannabis space has been extremely lucrative, generating billions of dollars in sales revenue and creating hundreds of thousands of new job opportunities in just a few short years. However, beneath this veneer of success is a young industry that is…

Glow LifeTech Strengthens Management Team with Manufacturing and Product Development Leaders; Provides Management Overview

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – October 14, 2021) – Glow LifeTech Corp. (CSE: GLOW) (OTCQB: GLWLF) (FSE: 9DO) (“Glow” or the “Company“) is pleased to provide an update on new appointments to support the Company’s advancing manufacturing and commercial initiatives including the appointment of Josh Bald, CPA as Glow’s dedicated CFO.   As with many industries, Glow’s setup of manufacturing and…

IGNITE opts to pull out of cannabis in Canada

The consumer packaged goods company, IGNITE International Brands, Ltd., is pulling up its Canadian cannabis stakes and is none too shy about why it feels the move is a good one: product marketing, sales and distribution restrictions. “We applaud the Canadian government for leading the way in legalizing cannabis, but, unfortunately, there remain too many barriers to build a successful…

Canadian Hemp Cigarette Maker TAAT Secures $8 Million Investment

Vancouver-based TAAT Global Alternatives, a manufacturer of hemp-based cigarettes, has announced that it has closed an additional private placement of $8 million by a group of private investors led by Debbie Chang. Chang is the co-founder of Horizons Ventures, which serves as the venture capital arm of billionaire Hong Kong business magnate Li Ka-shing. This placement follows a previous $5.4 million investment…

420 with CNW — Best Practices When Labeling Marijuana-Infused Products

With marijuana’s popularity growing by the day, plenty of companies have thrown their hats into the cannabis space for a taste of that sweet cannabis profit. But thanks to the industry’s complex regulatory landscape, some of them have adopted unscrupulous marketing, advertising and labeling practices, leading to several warnings from federal authorities. For any cannabis business that would like to…

Cannabis store openings in Canada only slightly affected the number of users

Despite Canada approaching its third anniversary of cannabis legalization, some municipalities still ban licensed shops. Other countries talking about legalizing cannabis also seem inclined toward minimizing legal access. But my research suggests those policies are probably counterproductive. Canada legalized recreational cannabis on Oct. 17, 2018. After initial product shortages eased in spring 2019, store openings and retail sales soared. Monthly…

Canopy Growth to buy ‘#1 edibles brand in North America’

Canopy Growth (WEED.TO)(CGC) is looking to dominate the cannabis gummies market with its latest option-based deal hingeing on pot becoming federally legal in the United States.  The Smiths Falls, Ont.-based company announced a deal on Thursday to acquire privately-held Wana Brands, a Colorado-based cannabis edibles brand that claims to lead the category by market share across North America. Canopy says…