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Miller Barondess Files Suit On Behalf Of FGPQ Against PayQwick And Its Executive Officers For Fraud

CALIFORNIA: The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleges that Defendants PayQwick and its executive team, consisting of CEO Keith Marks, President Kenneth Berke and CFO Albert Acevedo, defrauded Plaintiff FGPQ LLC.

Per the Complaint, PayQwick provides financial services to cash-based cannabis related businesses. PayQwick, through Keith Marks and Kenneth Berke, sought investment into the company from outside investors. Marks and Berke secured a significant investment from Plaintiff by making various representations relating to PayQwick’s ability to imminently facilitate credit and debit card processing services for its cannabis customers, which PayQwick promised would result in significant revenue to PayQwick beginning in the fourth quarter of 2017. The lawsuit alleges that these representations were intentionally false and misleading, as the company has still yet to launch these services to date and appears unable to do so.

According to the lawsuit, PayQwick, Berke and Marks also repeatedly violated the terms of the Investors Rights Agreement that governs Defendants’ relationship with Plaintiff. These breaches include providing themselves substantial raises, entering into predatory and self-serving contracts, and representing to Plaintiff and the public that they were in business lines that they were not in.

The Complaint further alleges that, consistent with their pattern of unethical behavior throughout the relationship, Defendants engaged in a scheme to defraud Plaintiff into subordinating its substantial investment in PayQwick. Defendants made repeated representations to Plaintiff that PayQwick had finalized an important financial relationship to induce Plaintiff to agree to subordinate its interest to a new investor. Shortly thereafter, Plaintiff discovered that, instead, this important financial relationship had been severed, threatening the financial viability of PayQwick. Defendants deliberately withheld this important information from Plaintiff.

The Complaint seeks damages from PayQwick and its officers in their individual capacity. In addition to compensatory damages, punitive damages and attorneys’ fees, Plaintiff seeks to rescind its initial investment into the company, and any consent to subordinate its interest in the company, as Plaintiff was induced to enter into these agreements by fraud and deceit.

Cashing In On Cannabis: CannaCon’s Banking Panel

By Sahar Ayinehsazian

Since Washington state legalized recreational marijuana in 2014, recreational cannabis sales have totaled over $1 billion, translating to more than $250 million collected in new taxes. Such substantial sales, however, have also brought problems for licensees in the form of cash.

Because of marijuana’s federal status as a Schedule I substance, financial institutions continue to deny banking services to state licensed marijuana businesses. Consequently, these businesses have been forced to deal in cash and suffer the sometimes lethal consequences.

There are, however, licensed marijuana businesses who have broken free from cash with the help of third party platforms like PayQwick. Licensed marijuana businesses can now easily access regular businesses bank accounts, cash management and bill pay services and the ability to send and receive electronic payments. These businesses also enjoy the added benefit of compliance services, which keep them operating in line with all of the state’s regulations.

To learn how to break free from cash, marijuana business owners and those considering the marijuana industry can attend CannaCon’s banking panel, Cashing In On Cannabis – Compliance, Banking and Cash Management” on Friday, February 17, 2017 at 11:30 am in seminar room two. Moderated by MJBA CEO and Co-Founder David Rheins, the panel features industry experts Kenneth Berke, Christine Masse, John Vardaman and Myles Khan.

Ken Berke is the Co-Founder and CEO of PayQwick, a compliance, cash management and electronic payment processing platform that has facilitated regular business bank accounts for over 200 licensed marijuana businesses throughout Washington. He is also an attorney with 29 years of experience and has advocated for the legal marijuana industry before regulators throughout the U.S.

Christine Masse is a partner at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, where she leads the government and regulatory affairs practice group and specializes in representing businesses in highly regulated industries with their transactional, regulatory, and public policy needs. She also leads the firm’s tribal team, providing counsel to various Northwest Native American tribes and organizations on matters such as marijuana.

Myles Harlow Kahn is a legal officer at Foundry Law. His practice focuses on corporate, entertainment, intellectual property, business development, cannabis and regulatory matters. He is also the owner of Buddy’s in Renton, one of Washington’s most prominent marijuana retailers.

John Vardaman is Executive Vice President & General Counsel of Hypur, makers of technology enabling financial institutions to service cash-intensive businesses in accordance with legal compliance requirements. He helped author the Cole Memorandum, the DOJ document outlining how financial institutions can bank marijuana businesses in states where cannabis has been legalized.

TetraTrak’s Brian Yauger: Building Better Business Intelligence Technology

WASHINGTON: Brian Yauger has a game plan for bringing better business intelligence to the legal cannabis industry.  A Texan with Republican political leanings, the former NCAA football coach at first blush seems an unlikely figure to be heading one of Seattle’s hottest canna-tech firms, TetraTrak LLC, but Yauger believes his career as a big time college football coach was ideal preparation.

“Coaching turned out to be the perfect training for running a technology business,” Yauger tells MJNewsNetwork.  “You scout the field and competition, and you hire smart people to coach the positions that are not your strength.  Then you work tirelessly to put together a game plan.  Once you are comfortable with your plan you put it into action and then make adjustments on the fly as the game progresses.  You don’t get too high when things go right and you don’t get too down when things go wrong. You just keep pushing towards the goal line.  I think if you were to replace the words ‘game plan’ with ‘business plan’ and the word ‘adjustments’ with ‘pivots’, it is the exact description of how to run a business.”

Yauger Presents at MJBA Front Runner Seminar in Spokane

Yauger Presents at MJBA Front Runner Seminar in Spokane

Yauger relocated to Seattle in mid-June, 2014, looking to be a part of the Green Rush.  By February 2015 had founded TetraTrak, by opening a business checking account with $4600.  Within 6 months, Front Runner Data dashboard and searchable database Front Runner Data was cash positive.  Growing the company by establishing key strategic relationships with the Marijuana Business Association (MJBA), where he presents the monthly MJ Research Report, and several of its member technology companies, TraceWeed, and PayQwick.

TetraTrak takes advantage of the incredible amount of public data available from Washington’s Liquor and Cannabis Board.  Through its online portal, the LCB makes regularly publishes detailed market and company data, but in hard to consume spreadsheet format. The Front Runner Data service parses all the cumbersome Washington data into an easy to read dashboard and searchable database, so market participants can see who is selling what to whom and for how much.  To add even more value, Yauger and his team of analysts compile the data, add analysis, and publish it out to subscribers for $99 a month.  TetraTrak is currently building out a free service, with near real-time streaming data called MJTicker.com, which is expected to debut in the next few months as an advertising supported offering.

Yauger presenting to Front Runner and MJBA "Striking Oil" Seminar in Tacoma

Yauger presenting to Front Runner and MJBA “Striking Oil” Seminar in Tacoma

Hundreds of companies have already subscribed to his service in Washington, and the company is now raising money, and will use the proceeds of its raise to expand its service to include the legal markets of Oregon, Colorado and Alaska.

Bringing the dashboard to life, Front Runner and MJBA host quarterly professional education seminars called The Front Runner series, targeted panel discussions for licensees. These half-day workshops drill down into the official LCB numbers, parsing the wholesale and retail marijuana sales data into salient consumable chunks. MJBA’s David Rheins then leads panel discussions with the industry’s leading authorities – licensees, subject matter experts, and government regulators – and facilitates audience Q&A. Highlights of these panels are currently made available on YouTube via MJBA’s Marijuana Channel One, with full-length downloads of the seminars, in addition to live webinars, in the works.

“Relationships in the industry are everything,” Yauger explained.  Through organizations like the MJBA we have been able to network with other companies in the industry and grow very quickly.”

Canna-Technologists Adam Mauro, Leaf Logix, Eric Ogden, WeedTraQR, and Brian Yauger, TetraTrak at an MJBA mixer

Canna-Technologists Adam Mauro, Leaf Logix, Eric Ogden, WeedTraQR, and Brian Yauger, TetraTrak at an MJBA mixer

On the print front, Front Runner has teamed with Seattle-based Marijuana Venture Magazine to publish a monthly snapshot of Washington’s cannabis marketplace, and is in development with several other syndicated media programs.

Last week, as MJNewsNetwork was preparing this profile, Fox Sports was in town to profile Yauger. The story of how an all-American jock went from college coaching to cannabis is topical. Sports and cannabis is making national headlines, and trending up the twitersphere these days, with a number of high profile athletes from the NFL, NBA, NHL and UFC calling for the removal of the ban on medical cannabis.  Just last month, Yauger was a featured panelist at MJBA’s “Game On: The Business of Sports and Cannabis,” alongside NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson, and in other ways sees a convergence of his old sports and new cannabis careers.

NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson, Marc Belsher, Sliverback Advisors, and Yauger panelists at Game On: The Business of Sports and Cannabis in Portland

NBA All-Star Cliff Robinson, Marc Belsher, Sliverback Advisors, and Yauger panelists at Game On: The Business of Sports and Cannabis in Portland

 

Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan’s son Payton Ryan will be coming to work for TetraTrak after he graduates from college in May.   “Every football fan is familiar with the Ryan family,” Yauger said.   “The Ryan family is to NFL football what the Kennedy’s, Clinton’s, and Bushes are to politics.  Rob Ryan gave me my start in coaching and was my mentor.  We want to do the same thing with his nephew Payton.”

The cannabis technology field is super competitive, and the business intelligence segment of the marketplace is filled with first rate players.  Denver-based BDS, Washington, DC-based Frontier and Seattle-based Headset only the most prominent of the canna-tech firms seeking to build go-to metrics and analysis for this dynamic new marketplace.  All the competition motivates Yauger to push that much harder, “I work 70-90 hours most weeks, and not one minute of it has felt like work.  Building Front Runner and MJTicker and watching my little company that started out of necessity grow and become relevant in the industry has been so much fun.  I can’t wait to take it to the next level.”

 

Striking Oil: The Business of Edibles, Topicals and Concentrates Is Jan 21st In Tacoma, WA

The Marijuana Business Association and Front Runnerpowered by TetraTrak, have announced their first Professional Seminar of 2016: “Striking Oil: The Business of Concentrates, Edibles, and Topicals.”

The half-day MJBA Professional Seminar takes place on Thursday, January 21st, 2016,1PM-6PM, at the Red Lion Hotel in Tacoma, WA. Hosted by The Marijuana Business Association and business intelligence firm Front Runner, “Striking Oil” will provide I-502 Producers, Processors, Retailers, and industry professionals with an in-depth look at Washington’s emerging marketplace for cannabis concentrates, oils, edibles and topicals.

The legal cannabis marketplace has evolved well beyond the bud, and today Edibles, Topicals, Concentrates and Oils represent the fastest-growing segments for Washington’s legal cannabis industry.  MJBA and Front Runner will kick off the afternoon with a detailed parsing of the LCB sales numbers to date, with forward-looking analysis from Front Runner CEO Brian Yauger.

CannaSol Farms founder Jeremy Moberg will deliver the keynote address, providing his prospective as one of the state’s leading Producer/Processors, and an outspoken advocate for naturally-grown cannabis. He will focus his remarks on the needs for Washington producer/processors to self-regulate.

Exciting new cannabis-infused products and concentrates bring with them a host of new business challenges for our emerging industry, including how to create best practices and common standards for Contaminants/PesticidesDosing and Packaging, and Lab Testing/Quality Assurance.  To provide their insights into these pressing issues and others, MJBA has assembled subject matter experts from Washington’s top cannabis companies to serve as our VIP Panelists.

Leading subject matter experts from Db3 (Zoots) , Mirth Provisions (Legal) , Eden Labs, Cannabis Basics, Avitas, Kush Creams, Mary’s Medicinals, The Goodship, Ethos Extracts, Robotanical, Spot, Integrity Labs, Landrace Labs, Dama, Amoebic Extracts, (and many others) will lead discussions on Edibles; Topicals, Concentrates and Lab Standards.

Industry Thought Leaders Speak at MJBA/Front Runner Seminars

Industry Thought Leaders Speak at MJBA/Front Runner Seminars

Tickets are $99 in advance/$125 Day of Show. MJBA Members and Front Runner Subscribers receive special discount!

Reserve your tickets here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/striking-oil-the-business-of-edibles-topicals-and-concentrates-tickets-20114229201?

“Striking Oil” VIP Sponsors include Robotanical, Eden Labs, Cannabis Basics, PayQwick, Avitas and Great Pacific Packaging. .

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Everyone uses cash because banks, which are federally regulated, aren't keen on the idea of getting into business in an industry that is still federally illegal.

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Washington Legal Pot Prices Fall To Under $10 In July

WASHINGTON: The price of legal marijuana at Washington’s legal recreational pot shops has fallen to an historic low of under $10 per gram of flower. Industry insiders place the cause squarely on the state’s newly rejiggered marijuana laws. Consumers and retailers are happy with the new low price points; while many producer/processors are struggling to differentiate.

“The impact of HB 2136 was dramatic on the price of marijuana in the WA retail shops,” said Brian Yauger, CEO of Front Runner, formerly TetraTrak, a leading provider of business intelligence for the legal cannabis industry.  “The average cost of a gram of flower dropped almost 25% a gram to under $10.  That now puts i502 recreational prices on par with medical.”

HB2136, signed into law on June 30th by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee, consolidates cannabis excise tax, and allows local jurisdictions to share marijuana tax revenues to encourage more cities and counties to allow for legal pot shops.  It went into effect on July 1st, and the result was an immediate drop in retail sales prices. 

In response, Front Runner and Marijuana Business Association have teamed up to present the 2015 Washington Marijuana Retailer Seminar on October 5th at the Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue, WA.    The MJBA Professional Seminar will feature presentations from Yauger and TetraTrak CDO Joe Armes, who will provide a comprehensive look at the WSLCB wholesale and retail sales data to date, with an eye toward giving 502 retailers actionable business intelligence.

“I want every retailer who attends this seminar to feel that they’ve gotten the value of the ticket price back in the first 15 minutes of the event,” Yauger told MJNN.

Leading Retailer Uncle Ike’s founder Ian Eisenberg will be a featured speaker and panelist. He’ll be joined by an impressive lineup of top retailers including Evergreen Market, Satori and The Joint.  Top cannabis brands Zoots, Mirth Provisions, Evergreen Herbal, Buddy Boy Farm and Monkey Grass Farms will participate as featured panelists.  Event sponsors include Green Bits, PayQwick, Visual Options, CannaVentures and Sky High Gardens.   

The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner, October 5th in Bellevue, WA

WASHINGTON:  Front Runner (formerly TetraTrak.com), a leading business intelligence resource for Washington’s licensed cannabis industry has teamed up with The Marijuana Business Association, to present: “The 2015 Washington Marijuana Retail Seminar: Becoming A Front Runner” on Monday, October 5th at the Red Lion Hotel in Bellevue, 1-5PM, with a VIP Reception to follow at the hotel bar.

The MJBA Professional Seminar will feature presentations from Front Runner’s  Brian Yauger and Joe Armes, who will provide a comprehensive look at the WSLCB wholesale and retail sales data to date, with an eye toward giving 502 retailers actionable business intelligence to help them build sustainable profitable businesses.

“I want every retailer who attends this seminar to feel that they’ve gotten the value of the ticket price back in the first 15 minutes of the event,” Yauger told MJNN.

Leading Retailer Uncle Ike’s founder Ian Eisenberg will be a featured speaker and panelist. He’ll be joined by an impressive lineup of top retailers including Evergreen Market and The Joint.

PayQwick CEO Kenneth Berke and Green Bits Business Solutions Director Matt Beckley will join Brian Yauger and Joe Armes for a roundtable discussion on retail trends.

Listen to the keys to Romancing the Brand with top executives from Washington’s leading CannaBrands: Zoots, Mirth, Evergreen Herbal, Monkey Grass Farms, Buddy Boy Farm and Sky High Gardens.

Event sponsors include: TetraTrak, Green Bits, Visual Options, PayQwick, CannaVentures and Sky High Gardens.

Reserve your Front Runner spot today. 

Brian Yauger on stage at MJBA Meetup in Seattle.

Brian Yauger on stage at MJBA Meetup in Seattle.

The PayPal Of Recreational Pot: Startup Aims To Eliminate Cash From Washington State Marijuana business

WASHINGTON: Recreational marijuana may be legal in Washington state, but in many ways, it’s still a risky business.

The biggest risk is that nearly all transactions happen with cash. And not just customers buying marijuana, but much bigger transactions when retailers buy from the producers that actually grow the pot.

Everyone uses cash because banks, which are federally regulated, aren’t keen on the idea of getting into business in an industry that is still federally illegal.

Now, there’s a company that’s bringing electronic payments to the world of recreational marijuana, and it could be a game-changer.

I-502 Compliant Banking & Merchant Services Is Monday, June 29th In Bellevue, WA

WASHINGTON: If you have anything to do with banking or merchant services for Washington’s legal cannabis industry, you’ll want to make sure to attend the Marijuana Business Association’s Professional Education Seminar on I-502 Compliant Banking & Merchant ServicesMonday, June 29th, 2015 1:00-4:30PM a the Red Lion Hotel, 11211 Main St. Bellevue, WA 98004. Featuring an impressive lineup of the state’s leading authorities on cannabis industry banking and finances, the event was organized by the MJBA at the behest of state’s I-502 Licensees and applicant, MJBA members and other cannabis industry service providers. The half day seminar will feature presentations and panel participation from:

  • Washington State Department of Financial Institutions Director of Banking, Rick Riccobono;
  • Timberland Bank COO, Jonathan Fischer
  • Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board CFO, Mike Kashmar
  • Legal Officer at Foundry Law Group and I-502 Retail Licensee Myles Kahn
  • PayQwick CEO Ken Berke and CFO Keith Marks
  • President & Executive Director of the Community Bankers of Washington, Mark MacDonald
  • Moderation, David Rheins, Executive Director of the Marijuana Business Association

Foundry Law Group will sponsor a post-event reception at the hotel bar at the conclusion of the seminar.

Spokane’s First Cannabis Job Fair Draws Huge Crowds

WASHINGTON: Nearly 900 eager job seekers turned out for Spokane’s first ever cannabis job fair this past weekend, many of them lining up as early as 7:30 to drop their resumes off and meet some of eastern Washington’s leading cannabis industry employers.

Organized by the Marijuana Business Association, and presented by Washington NORML and the Islander, MJBA Job Fair Spokane was held at the Spokane Convention Center and featured employers and exhibitors included leading cultivators Washington’s Finest Cannabis, Blue Roots Cannabis, Triple T Farms, Kush Comfort Farms, and Buddy Boy, who were looking for trimmers and agricultural help; leading cannabis brands including Evergreen Herbal, Cannabis Training Institute, 420MEDIA, Analytically Correct, Mosaic Insurance, PayQwick, BioTrackTHC, Miller Soils, WeedTraQR, and Dope Magazine.

The Inlander publisher Ted McGregor delivered the keynote address, using the occasion to look back on the first year of Washington legal cannabis (the state’s first recreational shops opened on July 8, 2014).  Ted gave a shout out to Spokane resident Mike Boyer, the first recreational pot consumer in the state who subsequently lost his job after a workplace drug test confirm his legal consumption, who was in attendance at the fair optimistically seeking employment opportunities.  He drew parallels between the end of alcohol prohibition and today’s unravelling of the failed war on drugs.

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Business Intelligence expert Joe Armes, Analytically Correct, preceded the keynote, and delivered the MJ Research Jobs Report in which Analytically Correct estimates WA State recreation cannabis direct industry jobs to be 3,000 – 4,000 by the end of 2015 and 5,000 – 6,000 by the end of 2016.

MJ Research Jobs Report

MJ Research Jobs Report

420MEDIA and Kerri Accardi were in the house, hosting an open casting call for their upcoming web series, Hmm…Did You know.   A panel of cannabis cultivators from Washington’s Finest Cannabis, Farmer Tom Organics, Kush Comfort Farms talked about careers as a pot farmer.  Other featured speakers included Luc Nelson, Cannabis Training Institute; Kevin Oliver, Washington NORML; Melissa Braddock, Eden Labs; Norm Ives, Mosaic Insurance; Dan McMahon, BioTrackTHC, Aubrey Armes, Analytically Correct HR; Eric Ogden, WeedTraQR; Isaac Curtis, UFCW; Crystal Oliver, Washington’s Finest Cannabis; Terry Polyak, PayQwick; Kerri Accardi, 420MEDIA; Heather Gehrman, Evergreen Herbal; and Jon Hofer, RMMC Consulting.

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Spokane, All American City, Turns Over New Green Leaf; Welcomes Cannabis Job Fair

For years major consumer package goods marketers have used Spokane, WA, as a product testing grounds.  Because of its prototypical average-ness, the city has served as an idea environment to test market everything from fast foods to fabric softeners.  It is striking, then, that this weekend the ultimate American city will turn it’s at attention to the promise of better living through participation in the legal marijuana economy.

Seeking their part of the Green Rush, hundreds of job seekers will attend MJBA Job Fair Spokane, eastern Washington’s first Cannabis Job Fair Saturday, June 20, 2015, 10AM-4:20PM at the Spokane Convention Center.  Organized by the Marijuana Business Association and Washington NORML, event sponsors include the Inlander, Cannabis Training Institute, Eden Labs, RMMC Consulting and Miller Soils. Featured employers exhibiting will include Washington’s Finest Cannabis, Blue Roots Cannabis, BioTrackTHC, WallaWalla Cannabis Company, Kush Comfort Farms, Belladonna, Mosaic Insurance, Triple T Farms, Farmer Tom, PayQwik, Stintzi Insurance, Dope Magazine, Hemp Industries Association, and 420MEDIA, which is holding an open casting call for creative talent to work on its new web series, Hmm…Did You Know.

Legal Cannabis is the fastest growing industry in America, creating tens of thousands of new jobs in 2015, and in Washington State, still only one of two states where adults 21+ can legal purchase and consume recreational marijuana, the industry is having a positive economic impact.  According to the latest MJ Research Report The state now has 163 licensed retail stores with 146 recording sales as of May, and combined Producer, processor and retailer sales were $215M through June 1st.

Analytically Correct estimates that by the end of 2015, between 3,000 and 4,000 direct industry jobs will have been created within recreational cannabis in Washington State. Note that this is total, direct (producer, processor, retailer) jobs within the I502 space, and is not additional jobs between June and December.

Stand up and be counted: Take the MJBA Cannabis Jobs Survey: http://bit.ly/MJjobssurvey

Ted McGregor, Publisher of the Inlander, will be the event’s keynote.  He is expected to speak about the budding industry’s economic and social impact on the region. Other featured speakers include Luc Nelson, Cannabis Training Institute; Washington NORML’s Kevin Oliver; Joy Beckerman of the Hemp Industries Association; Joe and Aubrey Armes, Analytically Correct; David Rheins, MJBA; Morgan, MJBA Women’s Alliance;  and cannabis personality TwiceBakedinWa among other industry thought leaders.

While Eastern Washington is home to some of the legal cannabis industry’s largest cannabis producers, featured employers are looking to fill a wide variety of jobs – many of them never touching the plant.  Free to job seekers, the fair is expected to draw hundreds of prospective workers in weed. Here are a few of the many openings that are waiting to be filled at the MJBA Job Fair:

BioTrackTHC:  “ As the industry leaders in seed to sale traceability we are happy to partner with the MJBA in finding more industry professionals to join our Washington team,” BioTrackTHC’s Ashley Heddy told MJNN. “We are looking to hire friendly support staff and software functionality trainers. We would like to thank the MJBA for once again bringing us together with our fellow industry professionals and making this happen!”

Miller Soils: Louis Miller tells us that the biochar has two sales positions open for Washington State: one on the east side one on the west side. Sales experience is preferred, with knowledge of soil and grow medias a must, and some growing experience a plus. This is a commission-based position.  Miller Soils also seeks experienced composter, with several years of experience with vegetative compost a must. Candidates should be familiar with safe operations of the equipment and organize the people involved in the composting process. This could be a salaried position or hourly, with lots of room for advancement. The company also is looking to hire soil blending manager.  Must have several years of experience and professional Soil Blending. Must have a good understanding of safe operations and how the equipment functions and the importance of proper measurements for the soil blends. This would be a salary position with a lot of room to grow!

PayQwick is looking for field representatives. The Field Marketing Representative will work together with the Marketing and Sales managers in the development, implementation and ongoing company’s marketing and sales efforts in the area.  Responsibilities will include daily visits to Licensed Marijuana Producers, Processors and Retailers, and working closely with marketing and sales teams to execute marketing programs and In-store promotional advertising.

 “Those that pass the first round of auditions will be interviewing cannabis employers and potential employees on camera.”

“Those that pass the first round of auditions will be interviewing cannabis employers and potential employees on camera.”

420MEDIA is holding an Open Casting Call for creative talent at the show.  The Seattle-based media and entertainment company is a VIP Sponsor of MJBA Job Fair Spokane, and a national member of the MJBA. 420MEDIA is in expansion mode, and will be at the Job Fair seeking to hire DP’s, editors, photographers, graphic designers, web developers, animators, associate producers, and project managers.