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  • Professionals’ Networked Community Platform; Cannabis Connect™

    Cannabis Connect™ is the leading Professionals’ Networked Community (PNC) platform for Cannabis and Hemp value chain organizations, the management and workforces which run them, their partners, suppliers and customers which support and interact with them.

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    Member Tiers

    Our Professionals’ Networked Community (PNC) platform, Cannabis ConnectTM, is organized using five (5) levels, or tiers.

    Each Tier has a specific orientation and strength, as well as a set of unique functions and capabilities.

    As you progress from one Tier to another, you gain access to additional States (or Territories, Provinces and Countries) based on which Member organization you start with.

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    Ducats & Alms™

    A Cannabis Connect™ Gaming System

    We have embedded the Ducats and Alms™ gaming system within our Cannabis Connect™ platform. This section covers the basic Game Rules & Game Shop Pavilion objectives. We invite our Members to help us fine tune this unique game and move it towards a more broad-based content and knowledge management system which grows everyones’ knowledge, skills and competencies.

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    American Members

    The American Association of Cannabis & Hemp (C+H) Value ChainsTM serves the herbal wellness and Cannabis and Hemp industries as well as addressing many other herbal wellness topics and knowledge management activities. We even have a Knowledge Management game called Ducats & AlmsTM, which makes it fun to work and discuss herbal wellness and value chain topics with others!

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    Canadian Members

    The Canadian Association of Cannabis & Hemp (C+H) Value ChainsTM serves the herbal wellness and Cannabis and Hemp industries as well as addressing many other herbal wellness topics and knowledge management activities. We even have a Knowledge Management game called Ducats & AlmsTM, which makes it fun to work and discuss herbal wellness and value chain topics with others!

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    International Members

    The International Association of Cannabis & Hemp (C+H) Value ChainsTM serves the herbal wellness and Cannabis and Hemp industries as well as addressing many other herbal wellness topics and knowledge management activities. We even have a Knowledge Management game called Ducats & AlmsTM, which makes it fun to work and discuss herbal wellness and value chain topics with others!

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    • MemberSupport

      Posted

      WORCESTER—Today the Cannabis Control Commission (Commission) announced adult-use Marijuana Establishments in Massachusetts surpassed $3 billion in gross sales, according to the information that licensees report in the state’s mandatory seed-to-sale tracking system and is publicly available through the Commission’s Open Data Platform.

      Aggregate data recorded in Metrc by 216 Marijuana Retailers and 11 delivery businesses operating statewide showed that on May 14, $3,001,846,490 in gross sales had been generated since the first two adult-use retail stores on the East Coast opened for business on November 20, 2018.

      “These sales figures illustrate the steady growth Massachusetts residents expected when they voted to legalize adult-use cannabis in 2016, and the Commission was appointed in 2017,” Commission Executive Director Shawn Collins said. “I’m proud our staff continue to work diligently to ensure applicants move through our licensing process efficiently, Marijuana Establishments operate within a safe, accessible, and effective regulated market, and our work to ensure equity in the industry and the agency remains front and center.”

      This milestone comes just eight months after the agency reported Marijuana Establishments surpassed $2 billion in gross sales on August 31, 2021. Since then, 54 more Marijuana Retailers have opened for business across the Commonwealth, in addition to five more Marijuana Couriers. Currently, one Microbusiness with a Delivery Endorsement, seven Marijuana Delivery Couriers, and three Marijuana Delivery Operators are operating in Massachusetts. A breakdown of each delivery license type, all of which are currently exclusively available to license applicants that are certified Economic Empowerment Applicants and Social Equity Program Participants, is available by visiting the Frequently Asked Questions page at MassCannabisControl.com. Notably, the state’s first Marijuana Delivery Operator commenced operations April 1, which began the three-year exclusivity period. For the safety of drivers, specific delivery sales data is currently not available to the public.

      Toward surpassing $3 billion in adult-use sales, Marijuana Establishments generated a total of $5,986,186 on April 20, a day of recognition for cannabis enthusiasts. This significantly surpassed sales generated on “4/20” in previous years, with Marijuana Establishments generating $4,224,883 in 2021, and $1,427,376 in 2019. No sales occurred in 2020 due to the mandated closure of Marijuana Retailers in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

      Another industry record, 194 Marijuana Retailers generated a total of $1,331,246,109 in 2021, which was the first time Massachusetts’ regulated cannabis industry surpassed $1 billion in gross sales in a single calendar year.

    • MemberSupport

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      Explore Cannabis Research With Us! --- Our Cannabis Research Conferences and resulting business, scientific, legal, ethics and governance, research, manufacturing, engineering, cultivation and farming member ecosystems comprehensively explore the latest in cannabis science and innovation for applications in medicines, foods, materials, and textiles that can improve people’s lives and better society. Cannabis Research Conference allows you to connect with the brightest innovators addressing the following program areas: • Genetics, Growth, and Culture • Human Health • Quality Control, Chemistry & Analytics • Livestock and Companion Animals • Business and Economic Development • Policy and Legal Landscape • Materials and Product Manufacturing... And... many other areas which are too numerous to list!

      Join our CRC ecosystem, TODAY, here on Cannabis Connect! 

      Please contact conferences(at)dplump(dot)com, or chvaluechains (at) gmail (dot) com to join in our Virtual CRC Ecosystem.
       

       

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      Today, the Global Associations announced a range of process mapping, modeling and simulation services for members. These range from Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) role-based process flow models which follows the well known "swimmer lane" methodology from Rummler Brache. Once an SOP has need modeled, it can be assessed for the deployment of Six Sigma quality control points and further analysis using process simulation. "Later this summer, we anticipate rolling out our Value Chain Mapping and process flow analytics services", said Phil Wilson, Global Managing Director. Let us know if your firm wants to get our modeling, mapping and simulation software or would like to get a quote on the services that we can provide you.

      We are excited to provide detailed process simulation capabilities, process analysis and advanced person to person, person to systems, and system to system process flow integrations. The ultimate goal is to enable members to use our BreakPoint process management tools to, not only, drive Continuous Process Improvement (CPI), but to transcend current CPI best practices by layering on Value Chain Management (VCM) analytics once all key SOPs are mapped.

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      Planet 13 Announces Expansion of STIIIZY Partnership with a New Shop-in-Shop at the Las Vegas SuperStore

      5/4/2022 

      LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / May 4, 2022 / Planet 13 Holdings Inc. (CSE:PLTH)(OTCQX:PLNHF) ("Planet 13" or the "Company"),a leading vertically-integrated multi-state cannabis company, announced that on the back of a successful shop-in-shop partnership in Orange County, STIIIZY is expanding the partnership to include a shop-in-shop experience at the Las Vegas SuperStore.

      "STIIIZY is an absolute force in California, taking the number one brand spot according to Headset, and their shop-in-shop in our Orange County SuperStore has been a huge hit," said Larry Scheffler, Co-CEO of Planet 13. "It is an honor to expand that partnership and continue our tradition of being an entry point and brand partner for the top California brands looking to expand to Nevada. It's a key differentiator that we intend to repeat as we build-out our Florida and Illinois operations."
       

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    • MemberSupport

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      The process of designing a commercial facility is tough enough, but what do you do if your commercial architect is not familiar with Value Chain Management and process optimization? What should you do? The answer lies in our VCM Boot Camp and other follow-on courses. Let us know if you need assistance in selecting the right course.

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    • MemberSupport

      Posted

      WORCESTER—Today the Cannabis Control Commission (Commission) announced adult-use Marijuana Establishments in Massachusetts surpassed $3 billion in gross sales, according to the information that licensees report in the state’s mandatory seed-to-sale tracking system and is publicly available through the Commission’s Open Data Platform.

      Aggregate data recorded in Metrc by 216 Marijuana Retailers and 11 delivery businesses operating statewide showed that on May 14, $3,001,846,490 in gross sales had been generated since the first two adult-use retail stores on the East Coast opened for business on November 20, 2018.

      “These sales figures illustrate the steady growth Massachusetts residents expected when they voted to legalize adult-use cannabis in 2016, and the Commission was appointed in 2017,” Commission Executive Director Shawn Collins said. “I’m proud our staff continue to work diligently to ensure applicants move through our licensing process efficiently, Marijuana Establishments operate within a safe, accessible, and effective regulated market, and our work to ensure equity in the industry and the agency remains front and center.”

      This milestone comes just eight months after the agency reported Marijuana Establishments surpassed $2 billion in gross sales on August 31, 2021. Since then, 54 more Marijuana Retailers have opened for business across the Commonwealth, in addition to five more Marijuana Couriers. Currently, one Microbusiness with a Delivery Endorsement, seven Marijuana Delivery Couriers, and three Marijuana Delivery Operators are operating in Massachusetts. A breakdown of each delivery license type, all of which are currently exclusively available to license applicants that are certified Economic Empowerment Applicants and Social Equity Program Participants, is available by visiting the Frequently Asked Questions page at MassCannabisControl.com. Notably, the state’s first Marijuana Delivery Operator commenced operations April 1, which began the three-year exclusivity period. For the safety of drivers, specific delivery sales data is currently not available to the public.

      Toward surpassing $3 billion in adult-use sales, Marijuana Establishments generated a total of $5,986,186 on April 20, a day of recognition for cannabis enthusiasts. This significantly surpassed sales generated on “4/20” in previous years, with Marijuana Establishments generating $4,224,883 in 2021, and $1,427,376 in 2019. No sales occurred in 2020 due to the mandated closure of Marijuana Retailers in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

      Another industry record, 194 Marijuana Retailers generated a total of $1,331,246,109 in 2021, which was the first time Massachusetts’ regulated cannabis industry surpassed $1 billion in gross sales in a single calendar year.

    • MemberSupport

      Posted

      Explore Cannabis Research With Us! --- Our Cannabis Research Conferences and resulting business, scientific, legal, ethics and governance, research, manufacturing, engineering, cultivation and farming member ecosystems comprehensively explore the latest in cannabis science and innovation for applications in medicines, foods, materials, and textiles that can improve people’s lives and better society. Cannabis Research Conference allows you to connect with the brightest innovators addressing the following program areas: • Genetics, Growth, and Culture • Human Health • Quality Control, Chemistry & Analytics • Livestock and Companion Animals • Business and Economic Development • Policy and Legal Landscape • Materials and Product Manufacturing... And... many other areas which are too numerous to list!

      Join our CRC ecosystem, TODAY, here on Cannabis Connect! 

      Please contact conferences(at)dplump(dot)com, or chvaluechains (at) gmail (dot) com to join in our Virtual CRC Ecosystem.
       

       

      • Thanks 1
    • Dave_M

      Posted

      Today, the Global Associations announced a range of process mapping, modeling and simulation services for members. These range from Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) role-based process flow models which follows the well known "swimmer lane" methodology from Rummler Brache. Once an SOP has need modeled, it can be assessed for the deployment of Six Sigma quality control points and further analysis using process simulation. "Later this summer, we anticipate rolling out our Value Chain Mapping and process flow analytics services", said Phil Wilson, Global Managing Director. Let us know if your firm wants to get our modeling, mapping and simulation software or would like to get a quote on the services that we can provide you.

      We are excited to provide detailed process simulation capabilities, process analysis and advanced person to person, person to systems, and system to system process flow integrations. The ultimate goal is to enable members to use our BreakPoint process management tools to, not only, drive Continuous Process Improvement (CPI), but to transcend current CPI best practices by layering on Value Chain Management (VCM) analytics once all key SOPs are mapped.

    • MemberSupport

      Posted

      Planet 13 Announces Expansion of STIIIZY Partnership with a New Shop-in-Shop at the Las Vegas SuperStore

      5/4/2022 

      LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / May 4, 2022 / Planet 13 Holdings Inc. (CSE:PLTH)(OTCQX:PLNHF) ("Planet 13" or the "Company"),a leading vertically-integrated multi-state cannabis company, announced that on the back of a successful shop-in-shop partnership in Orange County, STIIIZY is expanding the partnership to include a shop-in-shop experience at the Las Vegas SuperStore.

      "STIIIZY is an absolute force in California, taking the number one brand spot according to Headset, and their shop-in-shop in our Orange County SuperStore has been a huge hit," said Larry Scheffler, Co-CEO of Planet 13. "It is an honor to expand that partnership and continue our tradition of being an entry point and brand partner for the top California brands looking to expand to Nevada. It's a key differentiator that we intend to repeat as we build-out our Florida and Illinois operations."
       

      Planet 13.PNG

    • MemberSupport

      Posted

      The process of designing a commercial facility is tough enough, but what do you do if your commercial architect is not familiar with Value Chain Management and process optimization? What should you do? The answer lies in our VCM Boot Camp and other follow-on courses. Let us know if you need assistance in selecting the right course.

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