Portsmouth, New Hampshire (PRWEB) April 12, 2014
As the Marijuana Industry sweeps the nation, with high revenue tax bases, states are seriously considering following Colorado's footsteps with projected amounts of over $98 Million.
While Massachusetts sits on the edge of opening Marijuana Dispensaries for the Summer of 2014, it is becoming fairly obvious that states all across the nation are educating themselves about the marijuana industry, including New Hampshire.
Building the firm infrastructure of a marijuana business before legislation happens allows entrepreneurs and companies to stay ahead of the game, while following political leanings in the cannabis industry. Being ahead of that game, by understanding how the industry works, allows businesses to be able to start operations the moment the all-clear signal is given, and that is the information Cannabis Career Institute imparts on students who attend their all day class seminars.
Taught by top professionals in the industry, Cannabis Career Institute classes provide clear understanding of Federal Law, State Law and operational needs to open up a Medical Marijuana Dispensary, Medical Marijuana Delivery Service, Marijuana Grow Operation or even a Marijuana Edibles Operation.
Entrepreneurs come to the class seminar to understand what exactly is needed to get involved in the industry and are taught highly detailed information that would take months, if not years to compile. From understanding compliance to getting to know other members in the industry to network with, students from across the United States have been successfully introduced into the necessary steps required to get started and be involved.
Started by Robert F. Calkin, author and professor at Oaksterdam University in California, Cannabis Career Institute has been operating since 2009 and has been given glowing reports by impartial media critics who have studied the classroom structure and curriculum.
Presented by attorneys, industry specialists and more, students learn various aspects of the industry that will help them ensure better operations, regardless of which part they choose to get involved in.