Archive: cannabis companies
Startup Eyes Cannabis Industry’s Growing Software Problem
By Andy Gordon on June 17, 2021
Cannabis use has been exploding across the country. But it’s a disjointed market. Cannabis operators rely on software programs for their team communications, distribution, compliance documentation and more. And these programs are a tangled mess with no cross-communication. Operators typically spend $5,000-to-$7,000 a month on a half-dozen or more single-purpose programs. There’s a huge need for a cannabis Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution. And Bloomstack is addressing it. …
Cannabis Report: Why You Should Own These Five Cannabis Stocks
By Early Investing on November 14, 2019
In this special edition of the Cannabis Report, Adam Sharp joins us to explain why he’s so excited about the new First Stage Investor cannabis portfolio.
Cannabis Report: One of the Most Important Lessons for Cannabis Investors
By Early Investing on August 8, 2019
In order to succeed, cannabis investors need to learn a very important lesson about industry regulations.
Number of Financial Institutions Serving Cannabis Companies Nearly Doubles in Two Years
By Allison Brickell on July 15, 2019
The cannabis industry has a banking problem. But financial institutions want to change that - and the government is taking steps to make it happen.
Small Cannabis Stocks Worth Paying Attention To
By Allison Brickell on June 3, 2019
Canopy Growth Corp., Tilray and other heavy hitters aren’t the only companies cannabis investors should pay attention to.
Cannabis Report: Watch for Misleading Profits or Losses
By Early Investing on February 14, 2019
In this week’s Cannabis Report, investors need to look out for misleading numbers. The pot industry doesn’t have the benchmarks that more established markets do.