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For the first time in over five years, Florida will soon be offering new opportunities for medical cannabis businesses.
State health officials will begin accepting applications for 22 new medical cannabis licenses beginning April 24, per an announcement from Gov. Ron DeSantis’s administration. The new licensees would double the number of active vertically-integrated operators in the state.
In a recent webinar on Florida's latest cannabis licenses, we were joined by Doug Rodewald, Dutchie’s Head of Payments, to talk about the state of cannabis banking and what it means for Florida retailers.
Providing modern payment solutions is one of the biggest remaining barriers to normalizing the cannabis shopping experience. Here are three of the biggest payments-related challenges facing Florida cannabis businesses today:
Rodewald also provided an overview of how cannabis banking and payments differ from other sectors including how integrated, cashless payments can benefit Florida cannabis businesses. Retailers leveraging Dutchie Pay, our digital ACH-based solution for cannabis payments, are seeing the following results:
Learn more about integrated, cashless payment options available from Dutchie.
View the full webinar featuring Dutchie’s Head of Insurance Mauricio Comi and Cannaspire’s Vice President of Regulatory Compliance:
Dutchie is the leading technology partner for cannabis retailers of all sizes. With a range of solutions covering point of sale, payments, ecommerce, insurance, and more, Dutchie empowers dispensaries to run efficiently, scale their operation easily, stay compliant, and offer outstanding experiences to the customers who rely on them.