SAN DIEGO — A group of “ganjapreneurs” looking to break into the budding business of marijuana attended the Cannabis Career Institute seminar Sunday.
Attendees shelled out about $300, which includes the cost of a state-specific text book, to attend the daylong course at a downtown hotel. The curriculum included a handful of speakers who taught different aspects of the marijuana industry — from growing the plant to starting a cannabis business, to navigating the legal and regulatory requirements for the ventures.
Many attendees came with ideas of their own.
A pastry chef was looking to explore launching her own marijauna-infused desserts business. Another attendee wanted to develop a website to publish and sell the monthly stock trading history of publicly-traded marijuana companies. [Read more at U-T San Diego]
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