In this episode, I speak with one of my friends and partners here at the firm, Jenny Gumer. Jenny is our cannabis expert.
At the beginning of last year, we made predictions for the cannabis industry in 2020. Now that we are about a month into 2021, we thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on how those predictions played out. Obviously, 2020 didn’t play out like anybody thought it would. So, tune in to hear how the unprecedented economy impacted the cannabis industry.
In this episode, you will hear:
- Whether we were correct when we predicted that there would be reduced interest in investing in cannabis in 2020.
- How the industry grew or declined last year.
- How regulations have changed over the past 12 months.
- Why so many consumers are purchasing cannabis from the black market.
- What has been done to enforce regulations on black market cannabis operations.
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