Cropsify, a seed-to-sale software company located in BC, is helping Canadian cannabis producers tell their story while giving consumers a chance to tell retailers what kinds of products they want to buy.
Rooted in Canada to serve an emerging global marketplace, Evolved Extraction Solutions is transforming the cannabis industry with disruptive extraction technology while providing long-term value to their clients through rapid, localized delivery of all the supplies they need for processing.
AirMed was launched in 2015 by a team of innovative thinkers who had been designing compliance-based software for decades and recognized that software solutions need to evolve from record-keeping compliance to industry-specific ERP platforms.
With more than two decades of experience in quality assurance and regulatory affairs, MF Cannabis License and Regulatory Consultants are able to provide skilled licensing and regulatory services in the cannabis industry.
The team at Evora Technologies has been refining their all-in-one cannabis compliance and operations software solution that includes Production Management, Quality Management “eQMS”, as well as Cannabis Cultivation and Processing.
Dany Lefebvre knows all about patience. He’s been waiting nearly a decade to see his vision for a cannabis business unfold. And, he knows it could still be a few more years before everything falls into place.
A Canadian company focusing on custom-built, fully sealed indoor growing & processing rooms, Franklin Enclosures offers commercial-scale buildings that satisfy Health Canada licensing and GPP requirements.
CannDelta is a regulatory and scientific consulting firm specializing in cannabis licensing in Canada. Founded by Dr. Sherry Boodram and Dr. Lucas McCann in 2018, CannDelta has helped numerous producers, retailers, and others seeking to navigate the highly regulated cannabis industry.
The founder and CEO of Lighthouse Genomics, Tim Harvey has been working with a handful of researchers since 2016, taking samples of cannabis plants from partners in Canada and around the world, in order to build a genetic database of cultivars.