As New Jersey reports $2 Million sales on the first day of sales, more than half of Europeans favor cannanis legalization a new study shows. We’re rounding up the legal cannabis industry stories we’ve been reading this last month.
As cannabis packaging producers, we’re always striving to create solutions and develop products that can lower our impact on the environment. It’s not an overnight solution – a lesson learned when we began our sustainability journey in 2018. Our ongoing efforts from our internal supply chain procedures to client packaging solutions have led us to establish the KacePack Future Generations Initiative. We take a look at how our sustainability journey began, the lessons learned, the investments and steps we’ve made to lower our impact every day to reach our 2030 commitment.
As New Mexico prepares for retail marijuana sales on April 1, the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote to decriminalize marijuana on a federal level. We’re rounding up the legal cannabis industry stories we’ve been reading this last month.
Meet Deeva Green, one of four co-founders of PlantPaper, a tree-free, toxin-free toilet paper brand. We find out how she balances motherhood and the unique challenges of running a startup as the only female amongst male co-founders to #BreakTheBias.
Amanda Jones and Jennifer Chapin are the co-Founders and co-CEOs of Kikoko, a cannabis botanical wellness company originally founded to help a friend with cancer. A female-orientated brand with a mission to provide plant-based, scientifically proven alternatives to pharmaceuticals and alcohol, Kikoko is grounded in the principle of equality for women with its number one business rule being No Assholes. Naturally, we had to chat with Amanda & Jennifer for our International Women’s Day series. Find out how they have overcome challenges as female co-founders and how they #BreakTheBias in a male-dominated industry.
Christina DiPaci is the founder and CEO of Paradiso, a craft cannabis, vacation-inspired brand that celebrates diversity amongst a community bound by a shared affinity for quality herb. With over 10 years of experience in the cannabis trade, Christina wears many hats from compliance to finance to package design and brand development; find out who inspires her to #BreakTheBias and why she set out to forge her own path in the cannabis industry.
LUÜNA naturals is a purpose-driven, woman-led period care company based in Asia. As a part of their mission to create access to healthy period care, LUÜNA naturals needed to create a seamlessly functional yet aesthetic distribution system for period care products to install in corporate offices and schools. Find out how KacePack supported LUÜNA naturals from concept, design to production.
They manage, lead and play vital roles within KacePack’s team. Meet the leading women at KacePack; find out who inspires them to #BreakTheBias and learn how they’re building and thriving in their careers.
From cannabis legalization in the 37th U.S. state to increasing investment in marijuana startups in Germany, we’re rounding up the legal cannabis industry stories we’ve been reading this last month.
Sundae School launches playfully designed cannabis products with KacePack, without compromising on compliance
Sundae School is a craft cannabis brand and smokewear label born in Seoul, based in California. Sundae School sought a creative cannabis packaging solution that could translate their unapologetically Korean-American brand aesthetic into an appealing cannabis product and comply with stringent state packaging regulations.
In today’s competitive market, it’s increasingly important to stand out from the crowd with your unique branding.
It’s the difference between being featured on your customer’s unboxing stories on social media versus being deemed as ‘not grammable’.
Translating your creative brand aesthetic to your packaging poses some inevitable challenges. Find out how KacePack can help to simplify and speed up your packaging design process.
Only 9% of all plastic waste ever produced has been recycled. About 12% has been incinerated, while the rest — 79% — has accumulated in landfills, dumps, or the natural environment.
The commoditization of bioplastics has been a positive and welcome solution but – are they really better for the environment? We take a look at the brief history of bioplastics, the difference between bioplastics and biodegradable plastics, and how you can take meaningful steps to lessen your environmental impact as a cannabis brand.