Bloom Medicinals Selected as Finalist for MJBizDaily Awards
Posted: November 11, 2019 in Uncategorized
Bloom Medicinals is proud to announce we’ve been selected as a finalist for the first-ever Marijuana Business Daily (MJBizDaily) Awards. MJBizDaily is the leading news source and trade show sponsor for the marijuana industry.
“The inaugural awards will recognize the excellence and impact of individuals and businesses who are setting the standards and propelling the industry forward. We will be awarding for sustained growth, unique influence in a specific market or overall impact on the community and industry at large,” stated mjbizdaily.com.
The awards also recognize thought leadership and the impact of people and companies “setting the business standard and helping drive the cannabis industry forward. The awards program will highlight those companies and individuals who rise above the competition, based on a variety of criteria.”
The awards will be presented at MJBizCon, hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center Dec. 11 – 13. Sponsored by MJBizDaily, the conference is the biggest gathering of cannabis business professionals in the world.
“Whether based on market influence, success within a category or segment, or advancements that have pushed the industry forward, the list of finalists have all encompassed achievements worth celebrating,” noted mjbizdaily.com.
Fifty-seven finalists were chosen for the awards five main categories: Regional Game Changer Award, Community Impact Award, U.S. Market Leader Award, Hemp Game Changer Award and Industry Impact Award.
Bloom Medicinals was selected as a finalist in the U.S. Market Leader Award category.
“We are thrilled to make it to the finals,” said Nicole van Rensburg, CEO of Bloom Medicinals. “It’s an honor to be recognized for our hard work, especially by MJBizDaily. Now we just have to keep moving forward, keep pushing the envelope with our value-based, compassionate approach to delivering medical marijuana care.”
The awards gala and after-party, considered two of the premier events at MJBizCon, will be held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on December 12.
They’re definitely two of the “it” events, featuring Las Vegas entertainment that includes DJ Shai, several food stations to satisfy everyone’s taste and complimentary drinks. The awards gala and after-party are also great opportunities to network with the folks making the biggest strides in the marijuana industry.
Thirty-five thousand attendees are expected to show up for this year’s MJBizCon. There will also be 1,300+ exhibitors, over 1,500 CEOs, 1,250+ investors and 70 countries represented.
The trade show also features 10 conference tracks and more than 180 speakers. The keynote speaker will be Marc Randolph, veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur and co-founder of Netflix.
Bloom Medicinals is based in Boca Raton, Florida and manages several medical marijuana businesses with existing and intending operations in multiple states. The company was an early licensee in Maryland, Ohio, Arkansas and Illinois and is actively expanding its footprint throughout the United States.
By using a personal and compassionate approach, Bloom Medicinals has built a loyal patient base benefitting from successful treatment outcomes and improved, overall quality of life.
Bloom Medicinals is a family-based company founded by sister and brother Nicole van Rensburg and William Hollander. For over three decades the Hollander family has sought innovative ways to help people dealing with serious medical issues.
Their businesses have grown to serve nearly a thousand doctors in several states with a fleet of mobile MRI and neurological testing units, and continues today as American Imaging based in Boca Raton, Florida.
With the desire to leave options open to patients, the medical marijuana business was a natural fit for the Hollanders. “When we first began speaking with patients, I was taken aback at just how sick many of these folks really are,” said William Hollander. “For many, medical marijuana is their last hope to experience relief, as traditional medicines have failed.”