Klow Kana’s CEO faults the state for it’s inaction
Flow Kana, which bills itself as “California’s No. 1 selling cannabis flower brand,” is cutting up to a fifth of its workforce and its chief executive is faulting the state for failing legal marijuana companies.
The company, which is based in California’s Emerald Triangle — Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity Counties — is cutting “non-core” staff, CEO Mikey Steinmetz said. He did not disclose a specific number of layoffs.
“It was one of the toughest decisions that I’ve ever had to make,” he said.
“It almost feels like an epidemic of companies of similar size going through similar processes,” Steinmetz said.
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