Cannabis Headlines October 18-25

Eaze Becomes the Most Funded Marijuana Technology Company With $25M Total Funding

Eaze, the leading on-demand medical marijuana technology company, today announced the completion of a $13 million Series B financing round making Eaze the fastest growing and most funded cannabis technology company in the world.

Careers in Cannabis | Public Relations

Sirita Wright Actress, Social Media Strategist, and Cannabis Consultant talks about PR in the cannabis industry. Huffington Post Blog

Cannabis Tax Revenue Is Overwhelming Oregon’s Tax Office

Oregon’s adult-use cannabis program is taking in so much tax money that it’s affecting day-to-day operations at the Oregon Department of Revenue in Salem. Leafly

Advocates, owners say Toronto pot-shop policing inconsistent

While there is no grey area in the current criminal law or city regulations, what remains unclear is why police allow some (dispensaries) to remain open while others are subject to enforcement. Globe and Mail

The Future of Cannabis Sales Is Tiny Brownies

Two years after that story (Maureen Dowd) went viral, it still haunts edible marijuana bakers like Moxey, the co-founder of Seattle edibles producer Spot, who says the New York Timescolumnist’s mishap was bad for the entire industry. Bloomberg

How Tokyo Smoke Plans to be Canada’s 1st Premium Cannabis Retailer

Toronto-based coffee and clothing retailer Tokyo Smoke is planning on launching a premium line of cannabis. The retailer recently announced a partnership with medical cannabis providerAphria that will see the launch of 4 proprietary strains of Cannabis; Go, Relax, Relief, and Balance. Retail Insider