Andrew Wilson, a veteran of the cannabis industry and GrowerIQ’s CEO, has recently published an article for Rolling Stone that predicts the future development of the cannabis industry in 2023.
The Rolling Stone Culture Council
Rolling Stone Culture Council is an invitation-only network of industry professionals who are invited to share their expertise and insights with the magazine’s readership. In this article, Andrew offers his insights and forecasts for different regions of the world based on his experience working with operators worldwide.
According to Andrew, there will be a trend towards fewer vertically integrated operations and more niche processors in Canada, creating new product types. He also mentions the unexpected emergence of small-scale craft producers, which could make 2023 the “Year of the Craft Grow.”
Read Andrew’s Rolling Stone Article, My Predictions for Global Cannabis Trends to get a glimpse of what the future of the cannabis industry might look like in 2023.
“The Cannabis Industry moves quickly and seems to change daily. Yet, if we follow the trends, a few forecasts become clear. The following predictions are based on my experience working directly with operators worldwide, giving me an informed perspective on where this industry may be headed. Of course, we must not forget that this is the cannabis industry we’re talking about, and it has the ability to surprise us on a whim.”Andrew Wilson – Rolling Stone My Predictions For Global Cannabis Trends In 2023
Wilson believes that the cannabis industry is globalizing, and 2023 will be a big year for proving that cannabis can be a regulated and profitable commodity for countries that choose to get involved. With the predictions offered by Andrew Wilson, we can get a glimpse of what the future of the cannabis industry might look like in 2023.
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