Webinar: Best Practices for Preparing a Competitive Application in Alabama

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Together with Dutchie, Point Seven Group, the Alabama Cannabis Industry Association, and Native Black Cultivation we recently took part in a webinar about the best practices for putting together a competitive cannabis business application in Alabama.

The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission released its application for cannabis business licenses on October 24, 2022. Applicants have until December 30, 2022, to submit all their documents.

Alabama is offering a limited number of licenses for cultivators, manufacturers, transporters, testing labs, dispensaries, and integrated firms.

The Alabama application is a long and comprehensive one – it’s expected that most completed applications will be 400-500 pages! So applicants really have their work cut out for them.

The webinar covered:

  • An overview of the webinar’s host, Dutchie
  • An overview of the Alabama market
  • Key parts of the application to focus on
  • The importance of IT and security, and how Cure8 can help

Watch the full thing here:

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