Time is a powerful thing. In some circumstances in cannabis time can be your friend. Taking an extra day to review a contract, great idea. Giving your plants an extra week to flower, so they can reach optimum potency and flavor profiles, is a good idea. Leaving your freshly blasted concentrate slab in vacuum ovens for an extra 12 hours so it purges properly, is a great idea. Taking the extra time, to hand manicure and trim your bud, is a great idea. A many number of things in cannabis benefit from extra time. However cannabis debt collection is most certainly an exception to that rule.Read More
Extending credit in the cannabis industry has some risk, but with that risk comes tremendous upside. Is your canna-business extending credit properly?Read More
Harvest season is here. Supply will go up, demand will remain the same, and as a result wholesale prices will fall. You need a differentiator to stay competitive. Extending credit should be that differentiator. We are here to help.Read More
Cannabiz Collects knows the cannabis industry. We also know credit worthiness and debt collection. We believe that offering credit will help our blooming industry to grow and blossom!Read More
Come visit with us at the MJ Biz Conference in Washington, DC on May 18th!Washington DC has joined the ranks of the many U.S states currently permitting the recreational use of cannabis. While many have celebrated these groundbreaking changes, it does not mean that the new laws do not come without their own set of restrictions. If you are hoping to enjoy recreational cannabis in the state of Washington DC, we suggest reading on for a closer look at their current rules and restrictions.Read More
The cannabis business isn't an easy one. On top of massive capital outlay used for building initial infrastructure, a cannabis business operator must also navigate a maze of difficult and confusing bureaucratic red tape.Read More
The change in attitudes toward cannabis and in legal access to marijuana around the US over the past several years is staggering.
As of last fall, 57% of adults in the US said they thought marijuana should be legal, with only 37% taking the opposing view — which is essentially a reversal of the opinions held a decade ago.
And after November's elections, 20% of Americans live in a state that has voted to legalize recreational use. Far more live in states with some access to medical marijuana.Read More
One of the biggest health insurance companies in the Netherlands announced last month that it will stop covering the costs of medical cannabis. The announcement, which comes at a time of increasing use of medical cannabis in the country, has sparked sharp criticism among patients.Read More
Maryland's would-be medical marijuana growers face a conundrum known as the "immaculate conception" problem: How do you grow legal marijuana plants when it's a felony to obtain the seeds?
The first step in growing state-sanctioned legal marijuana is to break the law, a paradox that has regulators nationwide looking the other way while growers keep mum about how they start their businesses.Read More
If ever you needed proof that we live in an age of confusion about marijuana laws, let me share with you the story of Ted Hicks and Ryan Mears, two Sacramento-area entrepreneurs who decided to start a legal medical cannabis business last year and ended up on the business end of assault rifles wielded by officers from a multi-agency, anti-drug task force.Read More