When you need help with your marijuana microbusiness, we have the talent to move things forward. Our team, Scott, Kareyna, Anthony and Roberta specialize in four areas that are essential to a successful cannabis business:
Hi there, I’m Scott. Nothing makes people more anxious than a lawyer. Relax. I’m a cannabis attorney and that’s about as chill as it gets.
I’m here to help get your business up and running and keep everything on the right side of the law. There are a lot of aspects of operating a marijuana microbusiness that requires the expertise of a cannabis business attorney and I’ve been working with clients across Michigan since 2014 in forming their businesses as well as making sure that they are fully compliant with the rules of the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act.
My firm currently assists medical marijuana companies seeking state and municipal licensure. We also assist clients in drafting and negotiating contracts, with corporate formations and structuring, and regulatory compliance issues. My firm is especially excited about recreational marijuana businesses, and the marijuana microbusiness in particular. Before deciding to specialize in cannabis law and now marijuana microbusiness law, I was a corporate and healthcare attorney for a large AM200 Law Firm based in Detroit.
I decided that I wanted to be my own boss and created Scott F. Roberts Law in 2014.
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Hey, I’m Anthony! I know that human resources, compliance, and insurance are some of the last but most important things that you want to think about when it comes to running your cannabis microbusiness. Instead of hiring internally full time for a hefty salary, you can look to outsource these functions for pennies on the dollar – for real.
can help you get set up from the start with time-intensive activities like employee recruitment, time and attendance systems, HR policies and handbook creation, payroll and tax management, and much more.
If the idea of managing payroll and being compliant with federal, state and local taxing entities make you want to re-think your dream of being an entrepreneur, don’t worry. THC123 and America’s Back Office has been doing this line of work for two decades. By making HR less of a burden, we all you to focus on your marijuana microbusiness and your bottom line.
Licenses held: Professional Employer Organization (PEO), Employment Agency Type A, Employment Agent, Life Insurance Producer, Accident & Health Insurance Producer, Property Insurance Producer, Casualty Insurance Producer.
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Hello friend. I’m Roberta, and I’m all about getting people talking about and visiting your marijuana microbusiness.
Communicating the details about your business is going to be competitive—and you need to have a clear strategy and well-timed tactics regarding media relations, social media website creation and content. You need to be able to articulate what your brand stands for and offers customers and how your business is different than the competition. You want people to feel good about doing business with you. It’s less effort to keep a customer than to acquire a new one and PR can help accomplish that. As Michigan evolves in cannabis, you’ll not only be competing with the big companies, but with other marijuana microbusinesses, too. How you tell your story about your business will help you grow and be a respected leader.
I worked in C-level communication for more than three decades and left that all behind to open Canna Communication. I know how to help you cut through the noise and make smart decisions about communication options.
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