Cannabis on scale

Transforming your Existing Laboratory into a Cannabis and Hemp Compliance Laboratory

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The demand for cannabis testing labs is huge. Although starting-up a lab from scratch can be a significant endeavor, what if you already operate a contract lab? Do you get to jump ahead in the process?

During this webinar, we’ll give you the necessary step-by-step approach to take your existing laboratory and convert it to address the rapidly growing cannabis and hemp markets. If you have experience in contract lab operations in the environmental, toxicology or clinical market and are interested in moving into cannabis and hemp testing, there are some important things to know that can help you streamline the move and capture a significant market share in this exciting new industry.

If you’ve decided to make the big switch, we look forward to having you join us.

Key webinar take-aways:
  • Overview of cannabis and hemp regulations across the United States
  • What lab operations can be carried over to cannabis/hemp testing, and what must be changed
  • Intricacies specific to cannabis and hemp testing
  • Must-know’s when approaching the cannabis and hemp markets

Dan Brown

Vice-President, Rhine Laboratories

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