A lot of the big players made the list — the Auroras of the world, the Canopys of the world, the Aphrias, the CannTrusts, — some of the bigger companies that we've known over the last year or couple of years have made the list. Some smaller companies made the list which I think is quite exciting. There's one in Hamilton. Beleave made the list. It's great for them but best for consumers because they will have a lot of choice when the site launches October 17.
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Cannabis retailers have typically managed their ordering process through email, text messages and phone calls with a decentralized web of cannabis flower, edible, concentrate and topical vendors, LeafLink says. “As a purchasing manager at a dispensary you might have 25 to 50 brands on your shelves, and you used to have to get emails, PDFs, text messages and phone calls from brands about what was available and when. It was old school,” Smith says.
An Amazon-like site for cannabis is a good idea, and it’s not new, but the current federal illegality of the herb makes the idea difficult to execute, says Brochstein. Each state has different laws surrounding the purchase and use of marijuana. “It’s hard to scale when you are state by state by state,” he says. “Who opens an e-commerce site only targeting Chicago? It’s very tough.”
Jay Rosenthal, co-founder and president of Business of Cannabis, a research and analysis group, spoke with the CBC's Conrad Collaco about what people in the province can expect when the online doors finally open on Oct. 17. You can read an abridged and edited version of the interview below or listen to the full audio interview by hitting the play button above.
Facebook Inc., Google and Apple Inc.’s app store have a range of constantly changing rules about words and images related to cannabis, Smith says. “On one platform you maybe can’t put up a picture of a marijuana leaf, so you may have to put up a picture of your logo instead,” Smith says. “I know one cannabis company with an app that took two years to get approved by the iOS app store.”
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