Date: March 26, 2021Time: 12:00-1PM ESTLocation: FREE LIVE WEBCAST - Must register to attendClick Here to Registerwebinars Standards are a critical cog in the wheel of a healthy business – while they may seem of small significance, they are functionally necessary. In our March episode of the 2021 CBE/Rimon Law webinar series, Lezli Engelking, the Founder of Foundation of Cannabis Unified Standards (FOCUS) and host Jason Klein will discuss how to leverage internal standards best practice to turn quality into a profit center in a cannabis business. During their conversation they will explore: The Cost of Quality The Cost of Poor Quality Why Quality is a Profit Center The Ancillary Benefits of Qualityon Safety, Repeatability, and Certification About the Speaker: Lezli Engelking is the Founder and CEO of the Foundation of Cannabis Unified Standards (FOCUS), located in Scottsdale, Arizona. She received her Bachelor of Science in Communications and Statistics from Arizona State University. Ms. Engelking brings over two decades of experience in the healthcare and nonprofit sectors. Her keen understanding of the pharmaceutical industry gained during her 12-year tenure with Eli Lilly, prompted her to pivot and apply her expertise to the burgeoning cannabis industry. Presented By ________________________________________________________________________________ About these Events: The Cannabusiness Key is a free, monthly, web-based speaker series featuring some of the foremost thought leaders in both the marijuana and hemp industries. Started in 2016, the Cannabusiness Key has brought together dozens of interesting speakers exploring a wide range of topics that are relevant and timely for cannabis operators, owners, and investors alike. The CannaBusiness Key is hosted by Jason Klein a business attorney with a long track record of representing cannabis businesses, both marijuana and hemp, in tightly regulated markets. As one of the first lawyers on the East Coast to build a practice dedicated to the cannabis industry, Mr. Klein has a long track record of successfully navigating his clients through challenging regulatory and business operating environments amid uncertainty in new marketplaces. He has represented all types of cannabis business clients, from small and large, including direct and ancillary marijuana companies, hemp growers and supply chain operators, investors, registered providers, and many others, in a variety of states primarily east of the Mississippi River.