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  • October 20, 2016

    Good Chemistry Nurseries to showcase STATS, share insights at industry events

    AUTHOR: Shawna McGregor with Good Chemistry

    good-chemistry-nurseries-greenGood Chemistry Nurseries, a leading producer of Cannabis products and related services, will offer Cannabis industry insights at the following events over the next four months.

    Drawing from the company’s experience in cultivation, consumer education, and innovative best practices, Good Chemistry Nurseries executives and team members will participate as moderators, exhibitors, and speakers at a series of public educational and outreach events listed below.

    “Good Chemistry Nurseries is rooted in the belief that the Cannabis experience should be user friendly for customers of all interests,” said Matthew Huron, CEO of Good Chemistry. “As Cannabis cultivators and retailers focused on consumer education and experience, we look forward to discussing good practices alongside industry leaders at the nation’s top Cannabis conferences and expos.”

    Good Chemistry Nurseries executives are participating at the following events: 2016 Cannabis Sustainability Symposium (October 26-28, 2016, Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado): Meg Collins, VP of Public Affairs at Good Chemistry, will moderate the Energy Efficiency panel on Wednesday, October 26. Panelists will discuss the evolution of cannabis cultivation lighting and how to optimize HVAC systems for efficiency and performance.

    Good Chemistry Nurseries is a leading producer of Cannabis and will participate in several upcoming industry events. Photo by Ellen Jaskol.

    Good Chemistry Nurseries is a leading producer of Cannabis and will participate in several upcoming industry events.
    Photo by Ellen Jaskol.

    5th Annual Marijuana Business Conference & Expo (November 16-18, 2016, The Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada: With the entire marijuana business ecosystem under one roof, the MJBiz Conference & Expo is the longest running and largest conference in the industry. Good Chemistry Nurseries (Booth #1722) will meet with the industry to discuss their new capabilities in Nevada as well as the newly launched S.T.A.T.S (Sight, Touch, Aroma, Taste, Sensation) Guide to High Quality Cannabis, a five-step process for identifying high quality cannabis, develop exclusively by Huron and Good Chemistry Nurseries gardeners.

    National Cannabis Industry Association Seed to Sale Show (January 31, 2016 – February 1,2017, Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado): Huron will speak on Wednesday, February 1 in a discussion titled “From Novice to Aficionado: How Dispensaries are Educating our Customers.” Huron will discuss the importance of consumer tools such as S.T.A.T.S., and Good Chemistry’s pioneering category system to help people navigate their Cannabis experience.

    In addition, Huron will focus on the importance of Craft (or high quality) Cannabis, and how the industry as a whole will benefit with an increase of Cannabis aficionados. Cannabis Business Times Cannabis 2017 Cultivation Conference (March 20-22, 2017, Oakland Marriott City Center, Oakland, California):Huron was recently named to the Conference Advisory Board for the Cannabis 2017 Cultivation Conference. The Cannabis Business Time Cannabis 2017 Cultivation Conference is the only North American conference combining high-level educational programming on cannabis cultivation and business management, along with an exhibition hall featuring industry-leading technologies, solutions and services for the professional cannabis cultivator.