Webinar Replay: Cannabis Business Structuring and Capital Raising Part II

Webinar Replay: Cannabis Business Structuring and Capital Raising Part II

As follow up to part I of our Cannabis Business Structuring and Capital Raising webinar, part II integrates 2018 California cannabis regulations. With our webinar, you will learn about the process to start a legal cannabis business in California with attorneys Kim Arnone and Daniel Dellafosse — from compliance to capital raising.

Webinar Replay: Cannabis Business Structuring and Capital Raising

Webinar Replay: Cannabis Business Structuring and Capital Raising

Interested in the process to start a legal cannabis business in California? Watch our webinar with attorneys Kim Arnone and Daniel Dellafosse to learn about capital raising, entity formation and compliance for the California cannabis industry.

Update: On November 16, 2017, the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Cannabis Control, Department of Public Health’s Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch, and Department of Food and Agriculture’s CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing Division released emergency medicinal and adult-use cannabis regulations for California. The list of regulations can be viewed here: https://cannabis.ca.gov/2017/11/16/licensing-authorities-release-emergency-medicinal-and-adult-use-cannabis-regulations/.

Webinar Replay: Is Your Business Ready for a Larger Raise? Learn about Regulation A+

Webinar Replay: Is Your Business Ready for a Larger Raise? Learn about Regulation A+

Is your business ready for more funding? Watch our webinar replay on Regulation A+. Learn how to identify when your business is ready for a larger raise, receive an overview of the regulatory process for Reg A+, and hear how Reg A+ offerings can be promoted.

Crack open your notepad, listen in, and email us with any questions you have about the Reg A+ process at info@cuttingegdecapital.com.

Love Cheese, Beer, Wine or Great Food? Interested in DPOs? Listen to Maker’s Common’s KALX Interview

Love Cheese, Beer, Wine or Great Food? Interested in DPOs? Listen to Maker’s Common’s KALX Interview

KALX Method to the Madness host Lisa Kiefer speaks with Maker’s Common founders Sarah Dvorak and Eric Miller about their new Berkeley eatery/market’s focus on American cheese producers and charcuterie, their challenges, mission and unique model of investment, a direct public offering (DPO). Click play below to listen to the full interview.

Webinar Replay: Economic Activism Starts at Home: The Impact of Community Investment Funds

Webinar Replay: Economic Activism Starts at Home: The Impact of Community Investment Funds

What if your community can come together to fund local ventures? Watch our webinar with Kim Arnone and Brian Beckon to find out how to utilize community investment funds (CIFs). Get an in-depth look at the array of opportunities CIFs offer.

This is an immensely useful webinar for nonprofit organizations, coworking spaces, accelerators/incubators, community organizers, and economic development specialists.