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Fort Lauderdale to Receive Educational Marijuana Business Training Class from the National Industry Experts at Cannabis Career Institute on May 11th.

May 8, 2014

Learning about the marijuana industry is an important move for the expected upcoming legislation in November. Florida is poised to change laws and businesses are getting educated so they can learn what it takes to get in the Cannabis Industry ahead of the game.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) May 08, 2014

Florida voters are being polled about medical marijuana usage and an overwhelming 88% of voters have indicated they support medical use. With expected legislation in November, Florida residents are planning for marijuana business operations ahead of the change.

Planning a marijuana industry business takes more than just having marijuana product itself, in fact, it requires more than just opening up a regular business within any industry. Simply put, a soundly built infrastructure needs to be created, deep understanding of how to obtain products legally, properly understanding how to sell those same products legally and – most importantly – understanding what is needed in order to ensure patient safety are the first steps in getting this type of business off the ground.

Cannabis Career Institute offers students a day long seminar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on May 11th, teaching students how to open up a medical marijuana dispensary, an edibles operation, a grow operation or a marijuana delivery service. The class is organized into sections that help students understand compliance, understand business structure, how to professionally grow marijuana in legalized states and much more. Cannabis Career Institute provides students the knowledge they need to get started in the newest and most important industry to emerge out of this century.

Each class provides an amazing networking opportunity for students to connect with other interested people, from vendors to investors, while giving them the framework with which to start their path into the medical marijuana industry.

Focusing on job descriptions and details provides students the ability to understand that each business operation is much more than just a simple set up. Attorneys speaking at the classes provide current legal information, while giving students the ability to focus on much needed prompting from industry experts. Florida NORML often provides detailed information and at every class there are even opportunities for returning or successful students to share their own stories with new students.

Cannabis Career Institute has become the Nation's leaders in providing information about the marijuana industry to students. Each class focuses on specific topics, specific guidelines and various experts speak at each location, giving new and returning students excellent knowledge with which to create their own plans and business structure.

Every class spends time on focusing on specific sections of the industry to help entrepreneurs learn what it will take to get into a business within the cannabis industry. Each class is uniquely taught by various instructors, with various experience and expertise to teach the full spectrum of this newly emerging market. Whether students are getting involved to earn wealth or simply help those in need of medical cannabis, attendees can expect to learn something new – while having the ability to network and communicate with others inside the industry.

The Fort Lauderdale class will be located at the Sheraton Ft Lauderdale Airport & Cruise Port Hotel on May 11, 2014. Class is from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm with a one hour lunch break. Students are advised to bring plenty of excitement, energy and something to help them take notes with – classes are very extensive in knowledge.

Media packages are available, reporters are welcome to attend the class on a special basis. Please contact Meki Cox at meki(at)cannabiscareerinstitute(dot)com to request a press pass.

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