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Why Cannabis Companies Need Responsible Vendor Training

Originally aired: September 27th at 12pm CST

Legal cannabis is soaring to new heights as states across the country legalize and even the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has called for rescheduling. 

But this industry also provides ample reminders of just how difficult it can be to turn a profit - and meet all your safety and compliance obligations in cannabis. 

In this on-demand Rootwurks webinar, you can hear Colin Mudd of Konope Compliance discuss the importance of Responsible Vendor Training, what it provides cannabis companies and their employees, and how it can work to your advantage when state regulators come calling.  

About this Webinar

“I think at the end of the day this industry is a compliance industry and we get to sell cannabis to the masses if we follow the rules.” 

In a recent Rootwurks blog post, Colin Mudd made it clear as day: if you’re going to sell a product that is still federally illegal “you need to have as much knowledge as possible so you don't tell the person who's consuming it anything that’s going to jeopardize their health or safety.”

As a cannabis industry veteran and the Founder and Principal Consultant of Konope Compliance, Mudd knows the importance of Responsible Vendor Training and the difference ti can make for cannabis companies.  

In this on-demand Rootwurks webinar, you can hear Colin Mudd discuss why this training is so important for cannabis companies and how it provides an extra layer of defense when trying to master the ins and outs of cannabis compliance and training. 

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Who Can Benefit?

Hundreds of thousands of people across the country work in the cannabis industry and this number is only set to grow in the coming years. But even as the cannabis industry expands, there is still not enough awareness of the importance of compliance management and the training and safety demands of the industry.  

This webinar will benefit viewers who would like to learn more about Responsible Vendor Training and how it can help them safeguard their company - and themselves - in cannabis. 

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Viewers will gain expert insight on:

  • What Responsible Vendor Training entails 
  • Which states recognize or require the training
  • How Responsible Vendor Training can benefit cannabis companies 
  • How the training can help companies in the event of a compliance violation 
  • The risks involved in not pursuing such training 
  • What it means to be considered a responsible vendor 
  • How the training can help you build a culture of compliance and safety
  • And more!

Meet Your Speakers


Colin Mudd - Founder and Principal Consultant | Konopé Compliance 

Colin Mudd is the founder and principal consultant for Konopé Compliance, a Colorado-based provider of consulting services for cannabis companies, including state-certified Responsible Vendor Training. The company also provides compliance auditing for licensed cannabis facilities and assists with state and local licensing applications. Colin was previously the manager of compliance for Schwazze and national director of compliance for incredibles and a long-time manager at multiple dispensaries in Colorado.      

Our Webinar Partners

This event would not be possible without our partners’ insight and years of experience in the cannabis industry.

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Hosted by Rootwurks

Rootwurks is an e-learning and risk management company built by a team of experts with more than 100 years of combined knowledge and experience in compliance and safety training. After many years spent in senior roles at one of the largest food safety training companies in the country, our founders launched Rootwurks and built the Rootwurks Learning Experience Platform (LXP) to help companies navigate the complex and crucial safety and compliance demands in industries as varied and challenging as cannabis and food manufacturing.