New Theatrical Feature Documentary – Cannabizness – Offers In-depth Look On Booming Cannabis Industry – Yahoo Finance

The film will deliver a clear voice of an industry seeking legitimacy, while facing various forms of opposition in the United States. With the legalization of recreational use in four states (WA, CO, AK, OR), and medical cannabis now offered in 23 states, coupled with the current unstable economic and political climate, the movement stands to unify passionate and intelligent believers, and potentially relieve an economic crisis. However, many of these businesses and individuals often meet a bitter consequence resulting from inconsistent Federal and State legislature. Industry leaders in the film will include: Steve DeAngelo, Executive Director of Harborside Health Centers and President of the Arc View Group, Troy Dayton, CEO of The Arcview Group, Rob Kampia, Executive Director of Marijuana Policy Project, Alan Brochstein, Founder of 420 Investor, Tripp Keber, CEO of Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, Emily Paxhia of Poseiden Asset Management; Douglas Leighton, MD of Dutchess Capital, Ed Rosenthal, Author, Tom Bollich, CEO of Surna Inc, Steve Katz, (R) New York State Assemblyman, and Gaynell Rogers, the Cannabis Industry’s first national marketing and media specialist; plus the pioneering entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders, and activists from the national movement. Cannabis Industry research leaders, The ArcView Group, estimates that the Legal Cannabis market was worth $1.3 billion in 2013, which has increased to $2.6 billion this year. By 2019, when Adult Use will likely be legalized in the United States, estimates of a national Legal Cannabis market range up to as much as $10 billion. Cannabis-based companies raised an estimated $50 million in 2013 in the public markets, with an excess of $150 million expected to be financed by institutional investors in 2014 as reported in the Medicinal and Recreational Cannabis Sector Report by High Alert Institutional Research. Being touted as the ‘new gold rush’ and ‘tech boom’ of today’s era, this is an extremely timely film to help inform and educate activists, entrepreneurs and investors on the massive opportunities available in this emerging industry. For more information on the theatrical feature documentary Cannabizness, go to . To contribute to the Cannabizness Kickstarter Campaign, go to: .
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