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RSS Hawaii Cannabis Organization

  • Mystique Brand Communications
    Starting a cannabis business? Or want better results from your marketing?Mystique builds dynamic brands and compelling user experiences that optimize communication and conversion — without the large agency price tag. Check us out. Contact Paul Bies(855) 582-7263sales@nullmystique.ca224/885 Don Mills RdToronto, ONTARIO m3c1v9CanadaMap It Continue reading Mystique Brand Communications at Hawaii Cannabis Organization.
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  • Green Aloha Cannabis Dispensary
    Green Aloha Medical Cannabis Dispensary on Kauai Island Green Aloha LTD partnered with Have a Heart dispensaries on the mainland to create a medical Cannabis dispensary on Kauai. We’re proud the State of Hawaii requires some of the strictest testing in the Nation – so your medicine is clean. Green Aloha selects strains that are known […]
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RSS Women Grow

  • Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition— An Educational Forum & Innovations Marketplace 
    We look forward to Women Grow’s CEO Kristina Neoushoff and some of its members as speakers on our panels this year at the 4th Annual Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition. For the those already involved, or interested, the rapidly growing cannabis industry, the place to be from June 14-16 is #CWCBExpo which is returning […]
    Kristina Neoushoff
  • Four Twenty Week 2017: Where We Stand
    We asked our CEO and our Market Leader teams for some 420 quotes of wisdom coming from their hearts and markets on where we stand on 420... here's what they said! The post Four Twenty Week 2017: Where We Stand appeared first on Women Grow.
    Kristina Neoushoff


  • “It’s not legal cannabis that’s going over state lines. It’s illegal cannabis.” – Don Morse
    Too much of a good thing in Oregon as cannabis businesses adapt to flooded market Marijuana Business Daily reached out to the OCBC to get Don Morse’s take on the Oregon cannabis supply glut. From Morse’s perspective, the tax dollars the marijuana program generates could be handled better and used to bolster the Oregon Liquor […]
  • Maybe the Williams Memo is the New Cole Memo for Oregon
    There’s a solid analysis of the Williams Memo on Canna Law Blog. Here’s their take and it lines up with what the OCBC Legislative Committee heard last night from Rob Bovett, the top attorney focused on drug and governance policy for all 36 counties in Salem. Rob is a great partner. His work with U.S. […]