Where is the Cannabis biz going? It is fastest growing industry in the US.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 12:30 – 2:30 AM UTC

In Washington state most of us are used to seeing news and information about the Cannabis industry but in many states it is just starting. We have a panel discussion with 3 people with deep knowledge and different perspectives about the industry. Where is it going in the WA? Where is it going in other states? How is Canada's new law changing how other governments look at Cannabis.

About this event

Chase Nobles is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Kush.com,  he oversees all aspects of day-to-day operations, business development and growth strategy. He identifies new market opportunities and ensures efficiency throughout the organization. Chase has worked in the cannabis industry since 2014, evolving the Kush brand from its origins as a tourism and media company into the largest marketplace platform serving the cannabis and hemp industries.  

In his former life Jerry Tindall was an IT Professional. Starting off his career as a support technician, he worked his way up to IT management before changing into the cannabis industry. Combining his tech skills with his degree in Psychology from the University of Washington, he has a unique perspective on what makes technology work for people. He was CEO of Soro Software, a CRM and business intelligence company, when it was acquired by Dauntless in 2019.

Alex Cooley Co founder of Solstice. Solstice is a cannabis company that has been operating in Seattle, Washington since 2011. They produce and process high quality cannabis and cannabis-related products to be sold at retail in medical cannabis stores. Solstice was the first commercial supplier of medical cannabis in Washington State back in 2011, opened the first fully permitted cannabis production facility in 2012, and is now aiming to leverage best practices and a proven genetic library to become the regions premium cannabis brand. 


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Wednesday, June 26, 2019
12:30 AM – 2:30 AM UTC


12:30 AMNetworking and Food
1:15 AMFireside Chat
2:30 AMNetworking