A Cannabis business education and training and start-up seminar, by 420 College, will be hosted live on February 4 and 5, 2017, and cover everything about starting a business, operating it, and getting licensed in one’s location.
Chicago, IL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/10/2017 -- The two-day seminar, "Cannabis Business Education & Training – Pasadena", has been announced by 420 College, the Premier National Cannabis Institute. The live business training seminar will take place on February 4 and 5, 2017, at 10:00am. Participants will receive comprehensive training information on opening a start-up cannabis business in their city or state. In addition, it will cover all aspects of operating such a business, getting licensed, and training on cannabis cultivation.
Day 1 of the 420 College seminar will concentrate on the proper and legal methods of starting a cannabis business, while adhering to all state and local regulations. A business attorney, accountant, and insurance expert will be at the seminar. Also, a traceability software provider and dispensary operators and owners are expected to participate, providing insights into various aspects of operating a business in this field.
Topics that will be discussed in the seminar include:
Business permits and paper work
How to fill out a local business application
How to write an operational plan
Dealing with local ordinance issues
Tax strategies and challenges
Types of business/crop insurance needed
Effective methods of advertising
Starting a small private collective
… and much more.
A Comprehensive View of the Latest Regulations
Under the Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act (MCRSA), cannabis patients will be prohibited from starting businesses after January 1st, 2018. Any given collective organization won't be able to serve more than five patients. The law includes a package of bills signed by California governor Jerry Brown. These bills designate the agencies responsible for various aspects of enforcement, including the Department of Food and Agriculture, Department of Pesticide Regulation, Department of Public Health, and environmental and law enforcement agencies.
The latest regulations also cover licensing. State licenses, under the law, will begin to be issued by January 2018. Single licensees will be limited to cultivating four acres statewide. In addition, uniform health, safety, and testing standards are to be established. A third bill authorizes the California Medical Board to oversee physicians in regards to recommendations, business interests, and advertising.
Licensing Seminars Also Available
Seminars other than the business education sessions in February include Proposition 64 regulations and licensing seminars. Also, additional MCRSA seminars will be held throughout California. Online courses and an eBook are available from 420 College as well.
About The Cannabis Institute
Opened in 2009, the cannabis institute is located in Pasadena, Sacramento, Fresno, and San Diego. Seminars, workshops, conferences, and courses are offered in numerous states, including California, New York, Florida, Oregon, Washington, and Ohio. It provides the most up-to-date information on the rapidly changing laws and regulations related to cannabis and business.
For a complete synopsis of Cannabis Business Education & Training – Pasadena, and to book tickets, visit https://420college.org/cannabis-business-education-traininig-pasadena/.
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