Starting a Cannabis Business in New Mexico? Get Market Insights First!
August 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
With the new cannabis business opportunity in New Mexico, you may be considering starting a new venture, or you may be curious and ready to learn more. Join us on August 17, Noon MT, for a session on market insights on the cannabis market.
We are fortunate to have Greg Huffaker, Director of Client Services (and Santa Fe native) for Canna Advisors, join us to offer some essential market insights. Canna Advisors has been leading the cannabis industry since 2013 and is the industry’s most trusted cannabis business consultancy.
Our 90-minute agenda includes:
- Providing an overview of the cannabis market
- Defining cannabis business types: cultivation, dispensary, full supply chain
- Underlining key industry and competitive trends to consider
- Identifying key considerations and risks if starting a cannabis business
- Highlighting opportunities specific to New Mexico
- Answering your questions
About Canna Advisors:
Canna Advisors serves as a trusted advisor to cannabis entrepreneurs who are starting or expanding a cannabis business. Their licensing experts have worked with clients to win cannabis licenses and start cannabis businesses in 31 states and internationally.
Greg Huffaker, III, Director of Client Services (and Santa Fe native):
Greg Huffaker III oversees the licensing application process, the technical writing team, and overall project management. He is an expert in navigating the complex cannabis regulations and emerging state programs across the country.
From his early industry work of maintaining a comprehensive database of ever-changing cannabis laws, his J.D. from Cardozo School of Law, and being a Colorado-licensed attorney, Greg brings a keen sense and deep knowledge of the legislation that impacts clients at every phase of business. Greg maintains an active membership to the National Cannabis Bar Association, which provides excellent, ethical, and advanced legal assistance to the growing cannabis industry. He is also a member of the NCIA’s State Regulations Committee (SRC) that works to establish best practices for states and municipalities on developing sound regulatory procedures for industry-specific statewide regulations.