Kush Bottles is North America's premier supplier of customizable child-resistant packaging solutions and accessories for the legal cannabis industry, and has been ranked by the Orange County Business Journal as the 3rd Fastest Growing Private Company in Orange County. Just weeks prior, the company was named as an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America, and was the highest ranked cannabis-related company on the list.
With its continued strong revenue growth, the compliant packaging solutions provider is 3rd on the list of fastest growing small private companies, and is the top ranking cannabis industry business on the list.
The full 2015 list includes 153 companies with combined revenues totaling $18.4 billion in sales and a 57% average growth rate.
Sage Analytics has just introduced their new, very unique cannabis testing devices on to the market.
These units have the power to significantly change the landscape of potency measurements, as they bring technology originally developed for the highly regulated pharmaceutical industry, and offer a unique and valuable combination of accuracy and portability, along with the ability to test in seconds (not days), by virtually anyone, anywhere (testing doesn't require a lab or specially trained technician, or harsh chemicals).
The Profiler, made for very harsh environments, and its tablet sized younger brother – The Beacon, ideal for retail settings, are highly advanced marijuana potency measurement systems, and incorporate FDA-approved technology currently in use in the pharmaceutical industry – where ac...
Woody Taft and Dudley Taft Jr. are brothers and the great-great-grandnephews of President Taft, and they are ruining the marijuana industry in Ohio by trying to create a good, old-fashioned monopoloy - a stranglehold on the business that would make old President Taft proud.
Many people who generally support legalization have a problem with the group ResponsibleOhio that's pushing this initiative.
That's because it specifies just 10 locations in the state where growing pot would be allowed. And 10 groups of investors already have dibs on those sites.
These same investors are sinking $20 million into the campaign. So in essence, they are paying to try to amend the Ohio Constitution to grant themselves pot growing rights.
The investors in the for-profit ResponsibleOhio marijuana-legalization plan have so...