EXCLUSIVE: Cognitive Harmony launches platform for cannabis license applicants in New Jersey

Cognitive Harmony Technologies (CHT) launches CHT Accelerator to streamline the cannabis business license application process, making it as easy as filing taxes online.

The business platform ooffers materials, resources, live support and guidance from industry leaders every step of the way to empower all candidatess – regardless of the amount of capital invested – an alternative to compete effectively and at an affordable pricepaving the way for a more equitable and fair cannabis industry where small businesses have a fair share.

The CHT Accelerator is now available to New Jersey Cannabis Business License applicants. Presales for New York candidates are also available, with expansion into other state licensed markets happening later this year.

History of the founders

Like most disruptive technologies, the co-founders, software engineer Walter Moore and physicist Charles Cherqui, founded CHT when they ran into their own set of obstacles. While launching their own cannabis business and social equity incubatorCollection farmsthe application process was not only daunting, but most applicants were set up for rejection from the start, even in states whose laws include restorative justice elements.

“Generally, the experience of applying for a commercial cannabis license for a small business or everyday start-up entrepreneur has been a convoluted and daunting process,” Charles Cherqui, co-founder and director of business development told Benzinga. “There are hundreds of pages of confusing legal documents, not to mention a ton of different regulations and compliance standards to sift through. Prior to CHT, consulting and templates cost candidates over $150,000, and many candidates would be forced to drop out before they even started.

This inspired them to create CHT Accelerator, which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to streamline the process of building a competitive app. The software automates redundant processes, allowing candidates to submit without running out of material or making other common mistakes.

“With the CHT Accelerator, we wanted to open our toolkit to a wider pool of entrepreneurs, allowing the average candidate to compete effectively against large enterprises and MSOs,” Walter Moore, co-founder, chief executive and chief technology officer of CHT, told Benzinga. “Our goal is to help pave the way for more representative ownership within the cannabis industry at all levels.”

The CHT Accelerator provides applicants with a master checklist, automated templates and live chat features that guide submission and are affordable – charge $30,000 for general applicants and $15,000 for social equity applicantss, with additional deep discount opportunities including their 20% off presale discount offer through June 30, 2022.

Partnership with Justice Cannabis Co

Additionally, Cognitive Harmony Technologies (CHT) will work with Justice Cannabis Co as a content partner to bring customers the same great content that has won dozens of licenses in multiple states. Co-founded by a civil rights lawyer Jon Loevyone of the most highly regarded attorneys in the United States, the Justice Cannabis team has spent its career fighting for the rights of those wrongfully convicted and currently has 11 dispensaries across the country, as well as an impressive lineup of world-class cannabis products. in development.

“CHT has the potential to drive social equity participation in cannabis,” said Jon Loevyco-founder of Justice Cannabis Co. “There is nothing quite like CHT in today’s market. Justice Cannabis appreciates the opportunity to partner with CHT and share our technical knowledge of the industry with candidates. to license.”

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