Designing Cannabis Facilities With Mindful Sustainability
Tune in to learn more about designing cannabis facilities with mindful sustainability.
Facilities Design Committee, Kevin Quinlan serves on NCIA’s Facilities Design Committee, and is a principal of the Chicago-based engineering firm Mintropy.
He is a professional mechanical engineer, specializing in the design of HVAC, plumbing, and process systems for the cannabis industry. Using his experience in traditional engineering methods throughout his past, he applies his team’s depth of knowledge to create eﬃcient and economically sound solutions for cultivation and processing facilities.
Taking a custom approach to each project, Kevin has experience working in the traditional design-bid-build method, as well as in the design-build arena. Since Mintropy’s inception, he has led design projects for cannabis, commercial, industrial, and government buildings.
Since legalization in the state of Oregon in 2015, Kevin began working with the indoor agriculture community to further refine and innovate the design features for the cannabis cultivation sector, which he now brings to the midwest and elsewhere.
SEO Optimization for Cannabis Websites with Dmytro Syvak
Learn more about SEO Optimization for Cannabis Websites with Dmytro Syvak, Business Development Specialist at MjSeo Agency. The mission of MjSeo agency’s cannabis marketing experts is to help customers become world-famous by means of a well-thought-out SEO strategy, and increase their profits hundreds of times. MjSeo exclusively focuses on SEO strategies for the cannabis segment. It offers tailored services, including customer needs analysis and SEO. Its customers have seen their traffic surge and their websites have risen to the top of search engine rankings. The company’s personalized promotional tactics help companies thrive in the digital space. Keyword Research is just one of the many SEO instruments that can help to attract more customers.
Keywords help users find your website and allow search engines to rank it. But it is not a good idea to just stuff the page with keywords — you can be banned for this because search engines become even more advanced. Think about your target audience, what products or services are they interested in, how will they look for it? You can also use various online tools that help collect keywords. If you have a website, the first step would be Technical Audit, as this plays an important aspect of future optimization. You could have great links, good content, but if the website has a poor technical part, the search engine would not recommend it. The funny part here is that when you tell someone that the technical part needs to be done first they think it is something complicated and not important.