MJ Freeway Business Solutions for the Cannabis Industry Launches New Website

MJ Freeway and Cannabase strike integration deal

COLORADO: MJ Freeway, the industry-leading cannabis business software platform today announced the launch of a new e-commerce website detailing the company’s products, services, and solutions for marijuana retailers, infused product manufacturers, cultivators, and industry professionals. The website offers clear, organized, and detailed information regarding each of MJ Freeway’s products: GrowTracker®, GramTracker®, and MixTracker™. Visitors can stream overview Read the full article…

Internet Links Medical Marijuana Patients And Sellers

Bill Downing of Yankee Caregivers

MASSACHUSETTS:  The young woman pulled her Subaru wagon into the parking lot of a Framingham hotel Wednesday night for a prearranged meeting with someone she knew only as Kool Guy, a man with short black hair and glasses who resembled actor Joaquin Phoenix. She handed him $250 cash for an ounce of marijuana dubbed Blue Read the full article…

The Priceline Of Pot: WikiLeaf Offers Discounts To Marijuana Customers

According to Nelson, the WikiLeaf model is simply taking the cannabis market to its inevitable, consumer-driven conclusion, albeit a little sooner than expected.

COLORADO: When you book a flight online, you’re unlikely to use American Airline’s website directly. Like most money-conscious consumers, you’ll visit a price comparison site like Kayak or Expedia instead. Same goes for hotel reservations, rental cars, even consumer goods ranging from iPhone cases to toothbrushes. Why not apply that same logic to pot? That’s the concept Read the full article…

New Denver-Based Website Called ‘Groupon’ Of Marijuana

Brian Shapiro plans to capitalize on what’s estimated to be a $1.5 billion industry nationwide. Shapiro, a certified public accountant, doesn’t use the drug himself, but believes the buds hold big business.

COLORADO: A new website is being called the “Groupon” of marijuana because it offers deals on the drug. It’s based in Denver and its operators are banking on the popularity of marijuana. How popular is pot? Just ask Neal Bigelow. “Even with ourselves growing it at a 10,000 square foot warehouse it’s hard to keep up Read the full article…