FlowerHire X Leverages Tech To Set A New Precedent In Fostering Talent In The Cannabis Industry

I saw a tipping point where the cannabis industry had the potential to be the biggest job creator in the United States over an entire decade, an opportunity for an entire workforce to be recalibrated for a modern growth industry that couldn’t be outsourced

Benzinga article highlights the impact that FlowerHire X will have on the still nascent Cannabis industry. David is interviewed and talks about the role that technology will play in the coming decade for the entire industry.

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However, an often-overlooked dynamic in this process of rapid-fire decision making is the question of who is being empowered to make these decisions. Finding leaders and staff who understand enough about a nascent industry to find success in it is difficult enough, let alone an industry with as many unknowns and pitfalls as cannabis that threaten to kneecap a business before it even gets off the ground.
It’s a lacuna all too familiar to cannabis companies, and one that cannabis staffing firm ​FlowerHire​ and its CEO David Belsky have attempted to fill. In a recent interview with Benzinga, Belsky explained his own realization around the dormant potential of building an industry ecosystem for cannabis, a realization that led to the creation of FlowerHire.

“I saw a tipping point where the cannabis industry had the potential to be the biggest job creator in the United States over an entire decade, an opportunity for an entire workforce to be recalibrated for a modern growth industry that couldn’t be outsourced,” said Belsky.

Now, with the Beta launch of its FlowerHire X application platform, FlowerHire and its partners throughout the cannabis industry are looking to add further definition to the human capital that is propelling the growth of a surging international industry.