Greg Gamet, Leading Cannabis Entrepreneur, Unveils Inside Secrets of Marijuana Industry

Friday, May 20, 2016 Drug News J E 4
Cannabis industry's leading consultant provides tips on how to make it in America's fastest growing market

DENVER, May 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --  DCG (, the nation's leading cannabis industry consultancy, announced that company co-founder, Greg Gamet, appeared on a popular radio program, discussing the cannabis industry and his rise to the top as America's leading legal marijuana expert.

Gamet, who recently was awarded "Entrepreneur of the Year," is one of the leading consultants and entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry.

Gamet is the co-founder of CannaScore, Dank Dispensary, Kush Bottles Colorado, and Denver Consulting Group, as well as a real estate management company.

DCG helps their clients obtain licenses, optimize operations, maintain compliance, train staff, and improve profitability.

To hear the interview with Greg Gamet, Cannabis industry consultant and marijuana business expert, visit:  For information on DCG, call 720-890-7344, or visit:

To reach DCG's Northwest Office - serving Washington and Oregon, call: 503-862-3030.

About DCG

DCG is the nation's premier cannabis consulting service, helping marijuana businesses get established, stay compliant, and thrive. Services include license applications, location permitting, build-outs, grow optimization, training, and SOPs. The company also provides regulatory audits powered by CannaScore - the gold standard in compliance assurance.

DCG has offices in Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon.



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