Launch of the first publication on the cannabis industry in New York

welcome to The New York Cannabis Insider: The first publication dedicated to covering all angles and voices of the state’s emerging cannabis market on a site that will host the industry’s most important networking events and keep up to date with The rapidly changing New York market.

“It is a privilege to launch a product that will illuminate a new billion dollar ecosystem in my home country while keeping a watchful eye on the social equity provisions and intentions of the Regulatory Act and marijuana taxation,” noted one of the publication’s staffers. .

Indeed, a 2020 report from Arcview Market Research and BDSA projected that the Cannabis market in New York will be worth over $1.6 billion by 2025.

Launch not a moment too soonthe new york cannabis insider is bolstered by a team of journalists, editors, event coordinators and marketers from local advancewhich manages nine local media groups and several other brands across the United States. They are also supported by the NJ Cannabis Insiderwhich recently published its 200th issue.

Here’s what to expect from the NY Cannabis Insider:

Accurate and verified journalism covering regulators, businesses and emerging individuals within New York’s burgeoning industry.

Best Practicesas written by entrepreneurs and market veterans.

Stories that amplify underrepresented voicesput the light on inequality and make government actions more transparent.

Insightful Q&As with Cannabis Leaders in the private and public sectors.

Free inaugural issue showed great promise with several timely stories, including a look at how traditional operators feel about upcoming regulations; retail best practices; assembly woman Crystal Peoples-Stokes New Political Action Committee; the Cayuga Nation is embarking on cultivation; how the war in Ukraine is affecting cannabis lobbying and an update on what’s happening with New York’s neighbors in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

In related newsthe Latin American Cannabis Industry Association recently launched in the heights of Washington, Upper Manhattan, with the goal of ensuring that competitive Latino bachelor’s applicants have the opportunity to enter what is sure to be a huge industry.

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Jacob L. Thornton