DENVER, July 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MJardin Management, a turnkey third party operating company and one of the largest legal cultivators in the cannabis industry, today announced continued growth in operations and expansion into new markets during the 2nd Quarter of 2016. Throughout Q2, several MJardin clients received licenses to cultivate, including one client being awarded one of the eight medical marijuana licenses issued in the State of Hawaii and two Massachusetts clients being granted provisional cultivation licenses.
"I am very proud of MJardin's continued growth," said Adam Cohen, MJardin Co-Founder and Managing Director. "Our client-oriented focus and industry-leading cultivation expertise have allowed us to expand into exciting new markets."
In addition to participating in emerging markets in the U.S. and abroad, MJardin looks forward to further expansion in existing mature markets. "There is enormous opportunity in the current markets that we feel MJardin can play a major role in. We offer our clients a level of knowledge and service that no one else can in this industry," Cohen said.
As part of its continued expansion and as more MJardin-managed facilities move from the design/ramp-up stage to becoming fully operational, MJardin expects to increase its full time employees from 250 currently to over 300 by year-end.
ABOUT MJARDIN MJardin Management is a Colorado-based management company that provides select cannabis businesses across the United States with turnkey cultivation and processing management services including: licensure support, facility design, systems implementation, facility ramp-up, and the day-to-day operational management required to produce premium cannabis and related products in large-scale and professionally managed facilities. MJardin currently has 250+ employees, clients in 10 states, and has produced over 125,000 pounds of finished product to-date.
MJardin is headquartered in Denver, Colorado and, along with its strong base of clientele in Colorado, has clients in Nevada, Florida, Vermont, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, California, Pennsylvania, and Hawaii. The company is closely following other key markets such as Ohio, Arizona and Puerto Rico that are on the precipice of expanding or implementing meaningful medical and/or adult-use cannabis programs.