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Body And Mind Discusses Opening New Dispensaries In The Middle Of COVID

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Body And Mind Discusses Opening New Dispensaries In The Middle Of COVID

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with THE cannabis movers and shakers from across the globe during Benzinga’s Virtual Cannabis Capital Conference on August 18. Among the attendees is Body and Mind.
 
The uncertainty of COVID has caused many businesses to put their practices on hold. But for industries deemed essential, navigating everyday operations has been a different hurdle.
 
At the start of the pandemic, government officials deemed cannabis as an essential business. Since then, many cannabis companies have been finding ways to meet the growing demand for cannabis while also staying safe.
 
One such company that has been navigating these new waters is cannabis company, Body and Mind.
 
Body and Mind is a debt-free, quality-focused multi-state operator with cultivation,
manufacturing and retail operations. The company currently operates in California, Nevada, Ohio and Arkansas.
 
“Cannabis capital markets have moved through several waves since the cannabis industry began;
yet cannabis sales continue to increase, and more States are licensing both medical and
recreational cannabis products,” said Michael Mills, CEO of Body and Mind.
 
Mills will be attending Benzinga’s upcoming Virtual Cannabis Capital Conference. 
 
“Body and Mind is presenting at the Benzinga conference once again because we strongly believe this conference enables investors to understand the expanding cannabis industry,” he said. “It will also profile those companies that will benefit from increased investor interest and growth of cannabis sales.”
 
Mills will be discussing Body and Mind’s six-year history in award-winning cannabis operations and its measured, debt-free approach to growth and building shareholder value. The CEO will also be speaking on the impacts of COVID-19, and opening new dispensaries in the middle of the state-wide COVID-19 shutdowns.

“The designation of cannabis as an essential service during COVID shutdowns opened many eyes to the fact that cannabis is a viable and growing industry,” said Mills. “Additionally, we continue to see the stigma of cannabis diminishing, and well-run companies posting strong results.”

To learn more about Body and Mind, you can sign up for the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference by clicking here.

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