Henderson, Nevada - This Sunday, June 7, from 9 am to 7 pm, at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1340 West Warm Springs Road, Henderson, Nevada, Lisa Sawoya and Sean Robinson will lead an all day seminar teaching budding cannabis entrepreneurs how to get started in the rapidly expanding cannabis industry. CCI offers state-specific training courses that address a range of topics from legal requirements and regulations to basic grow techniques.
The state of Nevada, and specifically the Las Vegas district of Clark County, is very close to allowing cannabis to be sold to medical patients.
According to reports, the last hurdle remaining is a dispute about the use of pesticides. Once that issue is resolved, Clark County will be ready for cannabis sales and state lawmakers are very confident in their program, having placed routine inspections, lab testing, and other regulatory measures in place. They are also confident that if/when recreational cannabis is legalized in the state, Nevada will be ready with regulations in place.
“That Nevada has done all their due diligence and readied itself for this moment in time is simply fabulous” said Robinson. “Nevada lawmakers deserve to be commended for their forward thinking and contributing to the cannabis legalization movement.”
“News like this also reinforces the message of cannabis opportunity,” said Sawoya. “Our CCI mandate is to equip the next generation of canna-businessmen and women with the necessary knowledge and tools to become successful in this burgeoning industry.”
Cannabis Career Institute specializes in teaching would-be entrepreneurs how to navigate the often-murky waters of starting up a cannabis business.
CCI presents students with an objective expanse of options with step-by-step instruction on the process of starting a business. Delivery, Dispensary Management, Law, Compliance, Marketing and Advertising, Cultivation, Extracts and Cooking are all discussed in detail, providing students with many choices to fit their career goals and lifestyle.
Cost for the one day seminar, that also allows for students to attend any future class for free, is $349 and includes a seminar manual. CCI is scheduled to return to Las Vegas in the summer.
As seen on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, the Huffington Post, and more, Cannabis Career Institute was the first cannabis seminar training program ever offered and is the most successful of its kind.