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Simplifya is launching in Virginia

Denver, Colorado-based Simplifya on Thursday announced the launch of a suite of cannabis business compliance solutions in Virginia. The move makes Virginia the 22nd state within Simplifya’s business footprint.

Simplifya Hires New General Counsel

Simplifya announced its hire of Katrina Skinner as general counsel and chief banking officer.Skinner is a cannabis industry veteran who joins Denver-based Simplifya from Burns & Levinson, a Boston-based firm that’s one of an increasing number in the U.S. to launch cannabis law practices.

Simplifiya Closes $6M Series B Funding Led By Blue Zone Wealth Advisors

Simplifya, a provider of regulatory and operational compliance software for the cannabis industry, has closed a $6 million Series B funding round led by Blue Zone Wealth Advisors.

The round also included existing investor Merida Capital and several new investors, including Mercury Payment Solutions founder Jeff Katz, who also joins the company’s board of directors.

In conversation with Marion Mariathasan

The Morning Brunch reached out to Mariathasan to learn more about the journey that led him to Simplfiya and what plans he has for the future.

Drilling Down Into Simplifya Robust Cannabis Compliance From Marion Mariathasan: CEO

Warren Bobrow interviews Simplifya's CEO, Marion Mariathasan, on his origins, how he got into cannabis, and obstacles in the industry.

Web And Mobile Apps For The Cannabis Industry

Simplifya, a Denver-based software developer, is one of those “RegTech” players that help pot pros navigate the market. That’s especially the case now given the mounting devastation caused by the coronavirus outbreak, which has forced several companies in the space to furlough employees and close facilities. Simplifya has been improving its tech and even deepening its bench with engineering talent while so many other industries are cutting staff.

Simplifya Closes $1.5M In Oversubscribed Investment Round

Simplifya, a software firm helping cannabis business become legally compliant, closed $1.5 million in financing. The Denver-based compliance technology company will land another $1 million in the following month due to interest from investors, as part of an expanded over-subscribed bridge round.

Simplifya Raises $1.5 MIllion In Over-subscribed Round

Cannabis investors are still writing checks despite the ongoing bear market for the industry. Although it does seem like the bulk of that money is shifting towards software brands. The latest company to announce a successful fundraising campaign is Simplifya.

Simplifya Closes $1.5 Million in Over-Subscribed Bridge Round; Increases Round to $2.5 Million In Response to Strong Interest from Investors

Simplifya, the leading provider of regulatory and operational compliance software for the cannabis industry, announced today that it has closed $1.5 million of its currently over-subscribed bridge round. Based on strong interest and preliminary commitments, Simplifya expects to close an additional $1 million as part of the expanded round in the next 30-45 days.