Commercial Cannabis Insights

Not all Crime is Organized – Classifying the Illicit Cannabis Market

In North America, it is commonly reported that the illicit cannabis market represents nearly seventy percent of all cannabis transactions. Given this substantial market share, it is necessary to recognize that the illicit cannabis market is more common than the licensed cannabis market.

A Problem Worth Solving: Effective Tools for the Challenges of Inversion and Diversion

The transfer of cannabis products into and out of the licensed sector creates great risk for the cannabis business by jeopardizing their active license and risking substantial fines or license revocation by the regulatory authorities.

ACCCE Mini-Series: Using Track and Trace Data to Identify Unusual Activity Episode 1

ACCCE Mini-Series: Using Track and Trace Data to Identify Unusual Activity Episode 1

Jontae James, CEO of NatureTrak, will provide a view for both the cannabis business and the ancillary cannabis business on how to accomplish the transparency necessary for both sides to prosper with risk-based due diligence. In this episode, Jontae explains how access to track and trace data and formal policies and procedures help paint the picture of a well-organized business.
ACCCE Mini-Series: Using Track and Trace Data to Identify Unusual Activity Episode 2

ACCCE Mini-Series: Using Track and Trace Data to Identify Unusual Activity Episode 2

Jontae James, CEO of NatureTrak, will provide a view for both the cannabis business and the ancillary cannabis business on how to accomplish the transparency necessary for both sides to prosper with risk-based due diligence. In this episode, Jontae introduces key information to evaluate, like how much the commercial cannabis business expects to produce/sell, where the cannabis product is going, and who they do business with.