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Change in Compensation: Working in Cannabis

  Annual sales of legal cannabis at Nevada’s state-licensed dispensaries are projected to see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22% throughout the next five years, from $289.8 million in 2017, to an estimated $772.3 million by 2022. Thanks to the state’s thriving tourism industry, growth in total sales will largely be driven by […]
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Major Trends Driving Cannabis Week

By John Kagia, EVP of Industry Analytics of New Frontier Data Despite Las Vegas’ legendary slogan, this past week’s Marijuana Business Conference and Expo (MJBizCon) there well leave plenty of folks talking about 2017 as a watershed for when the cannabis industry first matured. Along with about 18,000 attendees and some 700 exhibitors, industry professionals, […]
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New Frontier Data Partners with Hoban Law Group

November 16, 2017 Washington – New Frontier Data, the leading provider of data, analytics and business intelligence in the cannabis industry, has partnered with the Hoban Law Group, the premiere and most respected “cannabusiness” law firm specializing in legal and regulatory aspects in this space, to bring to market the first real-time investment risk assessment […]
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New Frontier Data Partners with Steep Hill

Bringing Cannabis Intelligence & Science to Europe November 14, 2017 Washington – New Frontier Data, the global cannabis industry authority in intelligence reporting and data analysis, and Steep Hill, the leader in cannabis testing and scientific analytics worldwide, have created a strategic alliance to offer their technology and scientific expertise to governmental agencies in European [...]
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New Frontier Data Partners with Simplifya

November 13, 2017 Washington – New Frontier Data, the leading provider of data, analytics and business intelligence in the cannabis industry, has partnered with Simplifya, a recently launched cannabis legal compliance software solution provider, offering one of the most technologically sophisticated platforms to enter the industry yet. New Frontier Data and Simplifya join forces in […]
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Death, Taxes, and Cannabis: How to Keep 280E From Killing You

By Michael Harlow, CPA, Partner To quote Benjamin Franklin, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” and people in the cannabis industry are certainly experiencing heart palpitations when it comes to the federal tax code. In a 1981 court case, a convicted drug trafficker successfully asserted his right […]
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Change in Compensation: Working in Cannabis

  Among the cultivation supplies purchased in Grow Generation’s Colorado stores, cannabis growers collectively spent nearly equal budget outlays for Medium (e.g., potting soils, materials and bags, etc.) as they did for Nutrients (fertilizers, plant food, root/bloom enhancers) – 44.1% of all sales combined. Growers spent as much combined (22.3%) for Grow Lights (lighting fixtures […]
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LePage’s Broken Campaign Pledge Puts the Brakes on Maine’s Adult Use Market

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data At the start of this month, Maine Republican Governor Paul LePage vetoed the state’s pending bill to establish rules for implementation of an adult use cannabis program. In so doing, he ignored his own 2014 re-election campaign pledge, and subsequently introduced political and practical uncertainty into […]
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2017 Diversity in Cannabis Webinar

New Frontier Data, in partnership with Women Grow, hosted a webinar on Nov. 8th to discuss the 2017 Diversity in Cannabis report: 2017 Legal Marijuana Outlook. New Frontier Data’s CEO, Giadha Aguirre De Carcer; the EVP of Industry Analytics, John Kagia; and Director of Communications, Gia Morón, discussed the key findings from our upcoming report and the […]
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Change in Compensation: Working in Cannabis

  As reported by 1,741 self-selected respondents in New Frontier Data’s 2017 Diversity in Cannabis Report co-sponsored with Women Grow, 46% of cannabis industry professionals took a cut in pay to join their respective enterprise. More than 4x as many respondents (35%) said they took a “big” pay cut to join the industry compared to […]
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