Cannabiz Media’s mission is to simplify how companies and individuals connect with established cannabis and hemp license holders. They fulfill this mandate by offering a searchable database, CRM, and email marketing tool. On the other hand, CannaRegs (Fyllo) has its sights set on creating a comprehensive database of cannabis-related regulations and legal resources. According to the company’s founder Ostrowitz, CannaRegs is “a legal research platform.”
Here’s a more detailed point-to-point comparison of the two platforms and their features:
Cannabiz Media collects and verifies information about cannabis and hemp companies. Through the Cannabiz Media License Database, vendors can uncover information about a facility’s size, activity type (grower, dispensary, etc.), county location, physical address, email address, website, state license ID, and equipment.
CannaRegs, which was acquired and integrated into the Fyllo MarTech platform, is primarily a web-based research tool that aggregates information about cannabis rules and regulations. Entries that can be accessed through their database include bills, policy changes, statutes, guidance documents, municipal codes, ordinances, and tax charts. The platform sources information from local, state, and federal levels.
Key features of The Cannabiz Media Database include:
The majority of Cannabiz Media’s users are vendors looking to connect with cannabis and hemp license holders. For instance, a cannabis packaging business may use the platform to find dispensaries operating in Michigan and start reaching out to them.
CannaRegs targets areas of interest that are affected by cannabis regulations and legislation, including advertising, banking, employment, facilities, health, licensing, packaging, safety, taxation, and zoning. The platform’s user base consists of cannabis and hemp businesses, state and local government reps, advocacy groups and lobbyists, publishers, advertisers, legal professionals, and marketers.
From the context of a cannabis real estate agent who needs to perform in-depth zoning research on specific properties, Both CannaRegs and Cannabiz Media may lack specialized features to accomplish this mission. CannaRegs mostly help with regulation search and meeting updates, and Cannabiz Media is focused on helping businesses generate leads among established license holders who may not necessarily be focused on acquiring additional real estate. For those looking for a real-estate centric alternative providing cannabis real estate listings, there’s Zonegoat.
Zonegoat aggregates public listings from all over the web and uses a smart algorithm to quickly identify properties and verify zoning compliance. Zonegoat listings show you whether a commercial property has “no boundaries” or are zoned for cannabis. While most listings websites rely only on public submissions, Zonegoat can automatically scan municipalities for opportunities. Users get access to boundaries and zoning reports for each listing, along with quick access to local municipality zoning distance rules. And while our algorithm collects listings automatically, our team works behind the scenes to confirm listings that are zoned with local municipalities.
Our software is designed to simplify your cannabis property search. By using our listings service you’ll save hundreds of hours when searching for commercial properties that are compliant with local marijuana zoning regulations. Cannabis Real Estate Agent and Brokerage in the cannabis space can also use Zonegoat Brokerage features to perform advanced searches to find potential opportunities in zoned areas.
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