|By PR Newswire||
|August 19, 2014 03:00 PM EDT||
TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles-based consulting and management firm, The MedMen, known in the marijuana industry as the premier company of its kind, is excited to announce Managing Partner Adam Bierman's participation as a headline speaker for the Florida Cannabis Coalition's CannaDay Tampa Bay event this Friday and Saturday, August 22nd – 23rd, in Tampa, Florida, at The Cuban Club in Ybor City. Bierman will join a group of industry experts, investors, business owners, and entrepreneurs to discuss the current state of the industry in Florida as it prepares for a vote on legalization in November. Many would-be business operators recognize the need to prepare well in advance for a successful application to be submitted, and The MedMen are leading the way and capturing national attention in the process.
Florida Cannabis Coalition event topics The MedMen will focus on include how to submit a successful application in the state of Florida, business practices and risk assessment, and the specific details surrounding Amendment 2 and the Charlotte's Web/Compassionate Cannabis Use Act. Bierman, who spoke at the Coalition's previous event in Boca in June, has led The MedMen in helping prospective marijuana business ventures through the tedious and extensive application processes for medical marijuana licenses, more than any other company, and in assisting these businesses in optimizing long-term success through every aspect of operations. In early June, The MedMen found approval of all four of its cultivation and production applicants and obtained one of the 18 Special Use Permits to open a dispensary in Nevada's Unincorporated Clark County, the most competitive application process in U.S. history. In addition to Nevada, The MedMen is currently working with clients in Illinois, as well as Florida, where its population and prospective medical marijuana operators prepare for a vote in November that will likely begin the process of legalizing medical marijuana in the state.
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