Doug Porter’s cannabis-motif shirt is a dead giveaway, as are the terms he uses in his business lecture, such as weed and buzz. On Saturday, Porter helped lead a how-to session for launching a marijuana business. The California-based Cannabis Career Institute offered the daylong seminar at a BWI Marshall Airport hotel less than a week after D.C. residents voted to
The California-based Cannabis Career Institute is offering courses on how to get started in the marijuana business, with their latest seminar held in Baltimore. Led by Doug Porter, the seminar offers a business model similar to one needed for any other small business that includes a business plan, an action team and a demographic analysis. His courses demonstrate how to
The Central Florida Spotlight on WFTV9 recently featured a 21 minute segment including CCI.
Since the vote this week, We have heard dozens of responses on how they feel about the possibility of legal dispensaries in the City of San Diego. Many are excited at the chance to see… legal, regulated facilities that will not face constant harassment by the City. Others are disappointed at the requirements, amendments, fees and overall restrictive nature of the
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — If you want to start a marijuana business but have no idea how to go about it, then Cannabis Career Institute is the place to go. CCI Founder Bob Calkin tells TheStreet’s Debra Borchardt what his school teaches budding “ganja-preneurs.” It seems like typical small business advice, yet the product is illegal and that’s what makes
In July, 2013 a bill was signed making New Hampshire the 19th state to create a system to govern the medical use of marijuana. It sought to legalize the use of medical marijuana to treat a host of conditions. Research is quickly making evident that marijuana may be the most medicinal plant in the world and efficacious in treating cancer,
The Cannabis Career Institute held its first-ever east coast seminar in Boston on Saturday, offering local cannabusiness hopefuls a daylong crash course in Cali-style marijuana schooling. Tickets to the event sold for $250 per registrant, but CCI managed to fill every seat in their Hilton conference room, maintaining a class size of about 40 students throughout the day. CCI started