Pot Valet joins a Q&A session at the New West Summit 2017. With other pot delivery bigwigs, it hopes to further industry talks.
Pot Valet is a leading provider of premium-grade cannabis in California. With its medical marijuana delivery service growing to every city in the state, and soon the whole country, the company offers patients safe, legal, and discreet access to their medicine, eliminating their need to visit a cannabis dispensary.
According to Pot Valet, “Mobile marijuana services are competitive and in high demand. There is no need to drive anywhere anymore to get weed, you only need an app downloaded to your phone.” This is the future of cannabis delivery services in California, but it comes with its own unique challenges. For the first time, the four biggest pot delivery companies are coming together to discuss these issues.
Brandon Adam David, host and founder of the Infused Show and Investing in Cannabis, will act as moderator. Other panelists include Zachary Brown, President of Operations at Pot Valet, Jim Patterson, Chief Executive Officer at Eaze, AJ Gentile, Co-Founder and Chief Execute Officer at Speedweed, and David Hua, Chief Executive Officer at Meadow. Gathered in one room, these industry influencers will further aggressive talks in the industry.
Pot Valet will participate in a question and answer session at the Cannabis Tech Conference 2017. Joined by other pot delivery bigwigs, the panel will expand the community and further industry talks.
On 13, 14, and 15 Oct., at the New West Summit 2017 in Marriott City Center, Oakland, they will bandy ideas about how to grow the community. They will answer questions about local permits, both getting and retaining them. Lawmakers in California are drafting regulations for a merged medical and recreational market next year, and it is vital that state-issued licenses are realistically attainable for those working in the pot distribution industry.
There is also the issue of law enforcement. Currently, marijuana remains an illegal drug under the federal government’s Controlled Substances Act of 1970. It is a federal crime to transport weed, even if California and other legal states permit it. How can companies protect themselves and their drivers? Furthermore, state police will enforce regulations when the market goes live next year.
Pot delivery services have another problem to resolve. A cash-only environment is extremely dangerous, as working solely with cash acts as a magnet for criminals. Because of federal prohibition, banks will not provide financial services to weed businesses, restricting them to cash sales and exposing them to theft and robbery. This urgent matter will require relaxing of federal law so that pot firms can use banks.
Also up for detailed discussion are the future trends of cannabis delivery. This is particularly exciting, as consumers can look forward to getting pot by drone delivery or by self-driving car. Safety is the primary focus of every panelist there, and because drones and self-driving cars do not need a driver, the future guarantees total privacy, anonymity, and safe delivery for consumers, without having to see anyone.
Zachary Brown, one of the four panelist speakers on marijuana delivery, looks forward to how this growing industry is about to change, to flourish. The role that companies like Pot Valet can play in communities can benefit everyone everywhere. With the company going recreational next year, he is enthusiastic that those in the delivery industry can work together to secure future trends.
Pot Valet is the top-rated, highest-reviewed online cannabis dispensary. Based in Santa Monica, it serves patients across California. Its large selection of products consistently meet regulatory requirements for the highest quality medical marijuana and the company only delivers to valid medical patients.
Patients across California can now get their orders in less than 45 minutes. Those still using the company’s Overnight Delivery Service get their medicine the next day. Pot Valet is expanding its Immediate Delivery Service throughout the United States and soon, patients everywhere will enjoy the same benefits.
To order marijuana delivery through Pot Valet, patients must upload a copy of their Medical Marijuana Recommendation and a government I.D. photograph. The company is fully compliant with state laws and regulations.
Source: 420 Intel – United States