August 8, 2014
Buffalo, New York is Offered Medical Marijuana Business Training and Education for Newly Forming Cannabis Industry Saturday August 10th.
Now that medical marijuana legislation has passed, with the push from Senator Diane Savino, there is a need for business training in the medical marijuana industry as it starts in New York. Cannabis Career Institute will bring cannabis business training to Buffalo this coming weekend.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) August 08, 2014
With lawmakers currently focusing on bringing the proper regulations and guidance following the legalization of medical marijuana (CNN July 7, 2014, Ferrigno and Assefa) the reality of opening up a Marijuana Industry business is something a vast majority of entrepreneurs are starting to think about. While the State of New York is looking towards the economic windfall expected by the taxation of this new industry, the potential for large profits are providing business minded individuals the glimpse of opportunity.
One of the key factors of the Cannabis industry often overlooked is the addition of jobs that will help local economies. In order to properly navigate through the legalities and regulations issued by individual states, business training is a must for those wishing to pursue a new career in Marijuana. Cannabis Career Institute is a nationally recognized leader in business training for the Cannabis industry and has already helped over 3,000 students learn how to be compliant with local laws and understand the details of starting up a medical marijuana operation. Cannabis Career Institute is offering a full day class for students in New York and the seminar workshop class will be taught in Buffalo on August 10th, 2014.
Students will learn the basics on how to open up a Medical Marijuana Dispensary and will learn the business concepts needed in order to run a Medical Marijuana Delivery Service as well as what it takes to start a Grow Operation or an Edibles Operation. All classes are geared towards the legalities in the state the class is taught in, where laws have been determined or focus on laws already established in other states. The highly trained instructors come from a variety of professions within the cannabis industry and provide detailed base information to help students understand exactly what is needed to get started. Lawyers or skilled professionals teach the law section; Master Growers even get involved with the class to discuss optimal growth phases and much more.
As the days of Cannabis Prohibition draw to an end and states begin to eye the potential revenue gains to be had by legalizing Marijuana, the entrepreneurs of New York need to learn the proper business techniques required to start and keep a business effectively running. Cannabis Career Institute manages to teach hundreds of students monthly in a variety of states, helping them become successful business owners or simply to understand the new industry as it emerges. As an additional benefit, the Marijuana Industry is expected to be an amazing job source for residents of New York once legalization takes place. With new businesses expected to open for this new frontier, job opportunities are expected to grow. One significant place cannabis business owners can check for employees is the new CannaJobs, one of the only marijuana sector job boards currently operational online.
Students interested in enrolling and learning everything from the business plan formation, to collective creation and Non-Profit Organization structure should contact Cannabis Career Institute to take part in this educational and beneficial class now to get ready to build their infrastructure prior to New York State legislation. Cannabis Career Institute provides that base of information to help students get their foothold in this industry now, before it’s too late.
Media and Journalists are welcome interview Robert F. Calkin and to visit portions of the workshop, please contact Meki Cox via email meki(at)cannabiscareerinstitute(dot)com
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