The State of Cannabis is a two-day meeting of the minds where industry leaders, government, and regulators gather to create smart and sustainable cannabis policy. This past State of Cannabis was held November 15 & 16 in Long Beach, California at The Loft on Pine.

Our CEO Vince Ning was…


This week, Leaflink released their Leaflink List 2019. This annual list celebrates brands, products, and retailers for their diverse accomplishments in the cannabis industry. Among those listed, Nabis-distributed brands THC Design, Henry’s Original and District Edibles were included. …


Between legal sales plus a still-persistent illicit market, California is on track to record a whopping $11.8 billion from cannabis just in 2019. Home to the world’s largest legal cannabis market, California has been a leader in innovative and progressive business practices in the buzzy industry. This approach has fueled…


Since the outbreak of vaping-related illnesses was first reported this summer, coverage has been both constant and bleak. To date, there have been 1,888 cases and 38 deaths in 49 states. Young and otherwise healthy individuals are falling critically ill across the country and there is still no singular known…


By: Ali Lepech and Logan Guntzelman

Summary
As California’s legal cannabis market grows, the distribution network needed to meet the demands of the market grows with it. Currently, the cannabis supply chain landscape is fragmented between brands working with third-party distributors and those opting for self-distribution. …


Third-party distribution is a huge part of the future of the industry

At the heart of the California supply chain is distribution, which can be operated independently (third-party) or vertically integrated (self-distribution).

Many recognize California’s emergence as the largest, most vibrant cannabis market in the world, with spectacular growth and constant innovation in new brands and products. But this inventive backdrop is shadowed by some of the strictest compliance requirements in the U.S., and penalties for violations can be severe. …


Written by: Ali Lepech

In 2018, California’s cannabis tax revenues capped at $345 million, falling radically short of market analysts’ predictions. The culprit: the black market. The cannabis industry is heavily inundated with unlicensed businesses, and they likely aren’t going anywhere. The black market is worth an estimated $3.7billion, …

Ada Cahill

Marketing Manager, Nabis

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