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January 2017 | By ACQ5

Quantum 9’s CEO Michael Mayes featured on the cover of Gamechangers magazine. Gamechangers is a magazine that features entrepreneurs from around the world making an impact in their industry. The company is built of a team of 35 employees and has worked in 12 different countries. Quantum 9 was awarded with the 2016 US Niche Consultancy Firm of the Year.

International Government Work

The firm received this award by working directly with the German ministry. While working with them, they determined the tax on marijuana sales. Quantum 9 has also worked with the United States Department of Transportation. Through the partnership, they were able to provide information to test impaired drivers.

Michael usually works with other CEOs from all around the world. The cannabis industry is expecting to grow to a $36.8 billion industry by 2020 and Quantum 9 is owning the international cannabis licencing space. The firm has received licences for their clients at a 92% rate. The high success rate is due to many factors. Such as, Quantum 9 only takes on projects where the executives are pillars in the community and are very selective in choosing which clients to work with. They also typically spends 6 months per project to ensure every aspect of the project is at its best.

Michael has plenty of experience in this emerging field. Since 2009, he has worked in the marijuana field. Michael is currently the owner of businesses in Colorado and Michigan. His company, Greenwave, has grown a lot in the first 10 months.

The results of the past election has caused some executives to feel uncertain about the future. Michael’s attitude is to still operate as business as usual. He says, “I have built my business by swinging for the fences and luckily that has paid off big.”

Quantum 9 specializes in international cannabis business consulting. To learn more about their services, click here.

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