Our healthcare report gives a data-driven look at global healthcare technology investment trends, top deals, active investors, and corporate activity in Q3 2019.
Our first ever healthcare report gives a data-driven look at global healthcare technology investment trends, top deals, active investors, and corporate activity in Q2 2019.
Illinois just legalized recreational cannabis. We assess the opportunities this change is creating for startups and incumbents alike.
Dubbed the "Uber of weed," Eaze connects consumers with licensed retailers to facilitate on-demand cannabis delivery. We analyze the startup's funding, business model, customer acquisition strategy, market size, and competition.
As legal cannabis goes mainstream, it's creeping into everything from CBD-oil infused beauty products, to houses made of hemp, to banking for marijuana retailers.
Also covered are mega-rounds and the retailers using warehouse automation.
The cannabis industry has seen unprecedented growth in 2018, indicated by both record-high funding and regulatory milestones. Here, we highlight the latest developments in this market.
Check out our top food & beverage, retail, beauty, wellness, and supply chain research from 2018.
Also covered are banking automation startups and investors.
Also covered is how FAMGA invests in gaming.
Aurora Cannabis has been increasingly active in private markets, making acquisitions, investments, and partnerships across the cannabis supply chain, from seed to sale.
Since 2012, most deals have gone to healthcare-focused cannabis companies, especially pharmaceuticals.
Startups are finding new ways to tailor technologies specifically to cannabis businesses.
CanopyBoulder, The ArcView Group, and Poseidon Asset Management are the most active investors in cannabis startups since 2012.