“Accela” (FULL EPISODE) – Social...

Sign up for WebJoint social equity updates! EPISODE 2 SYNOPSIS Social Equity: Up in Smoke – Accela is the second installment of WebJoint’s documentary series highlighting Los Angeles’s Social Equity Program.  The fallout stemming from the DCR’s Phase 3, Round 1 retail licensing process left many applicants confused; their application status was left at an

Noah Mendelsohn, the Director of Business Development of Northstar Financial
Understanding Your Cannabis Business Finances R...

I had the opportunity to sit down with Noah Mendelsohn, the Director of Business Development at Northstar Financial. Northstar Financial is a CFO, Accounting, and Tax Firm specializing in the cannabis, technology, and entertainment industries.  In this interview, we discuss Noah’s journey into the cannabis industry, the importance of your cannabis business’s finances, and standard

Make $30 for Every $1 Spent with Cannabis Text Mes...

I had the opportunity to sit down with Andrew Watson, the founder and CEO of Happy Cabbage Analytics, an “integrated data platform that is revolutionizing how cannabis businesses target customers and inform business decisions.” In this interview, we discuss Andrew’s journey into the cannabis industry, the inception of Happy Cabbage Analytics, and its mission to

“Accela” (TRAILER) – Social Equi...

The second episode in our series follows the story of various social equity applicants and their troubles with the Accela platform while applying for cannabis licensing. A tech expert weighs in and we dive deeper into the normalization process.   Full episode premieres September 1st, 2020!

Building Cannabis Brands with Justine Bastida of O...

I had the opportunity to sit down with Justine Bastida, the founder and CEO of OB Solutions, a cannabis consulting firm for cannabis brands and manufacturers. In this interview, we discuss Justine’s introduction into the cannabis industry and the plethora of issues she and her team solve for brands across the state of California.  Q:

digital cannabis payments
Digital Cannabis Payments with Ian Rassman of Chos...

I had the opportunity to sit down with Ian Rassman, the Deputy Director of LA NORML, Merchant Specialist at Chosen Payments, and a close member of the WebJoint family. In this interview, we talk about Ian’s experiences in the cannabis industry and where he thinks the future of cannabis payments will end up. Q: What

Cannabis Delivery Customer Expectations with Melis...

WebJoint had the opportunity to sit down with Melissa Stapley, the founder of MJ Hybrid Solutions. After discovering a need for cannabis employee training, Melissa combined her passion for sales training and cannabis education to develop the MJ Hybrid Training System. With her 12 years of corporate sales experience and 5 years of cannabis industry

Cannabis Regulations Overview
Cannabis Regulations in California and Elsewhere! ...

Cannabis regulations for cultivation, distribution, sale, and use has received a lot of attention in recent years, in most parts of the world. There is a shift in the mindset, acceptability, and general perception of the cannabis plant in recent years. Somehow, this has helped to demystify some of the long-held beliefs stemming from the

Social Equity Program in Los Angeles
What is Los Angeles’s Cannabis Social Equity...

LA’s Social Equity Program The explosion of cannabis and cbd marketplaces with increasing legalization led to the implementation of social equity programs to ensure communities that have been disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs have the opportunity to become stakeholders in the legal cannabis market. The enforcement of cannabis laws and its criminalization has

Connecting Cannabis - Pot Brothers at Law
Connecting Cannabis: Craig and Marc Wasserman (Pot...

On this episode of Connecting Cannabis, Craig and Marc Wasserman, Founders of Pot Brothers at Law, join Hilart “Art” Abrahamian (COO, WebJoint) for a conversation on the nation’s cannabis vaping epidemic, going viral with their “Shut the Fuck Up” campaign, and licensing/regulations in California’s market. The Pot Brothers at Law seemingly blew up overnight with