Pineapple Express Delivery Enters Into Agreement with Cannabis Management Resources

Published: July 4, 2018

Pineapple Express Delivery Enters Into Agreement with Cannabis Management Resources

Pineapple Express Delivery Inc. has engaged Cannabis Management Resources Inc. (CMR North) to a long-term contract. This will facilitate the rapid scaling and business strategy required to meet the needs of the ongoing medical and soon to be recreational cannabis same day delivery markets nationally.

Engagement services include creating internal operating organizational structure while providing external support for on boarding 50+ professionals across all departments.

Key areas of focus for CMR:

-Development of Business and HR Strategy
-Total HR Services
-Full Recruitment Services
-Digital Marketing Platform
-IT services

Sarah Seale, Managing Partner of CMR North Inc. said, “We are looking forward to this challenging opportunity to be a long term partner with Pineapple Express Delivery Inc. This sort of opportunity is exactly why we launched CMR and its unique go to market Human Resource strategy. We are looking at ways to provide long term assistance and support to the Cannabis Industry (both in and out of the LP environment) that helps solve the strategic problems that surround a rapidly evolving industry and ensure long term business success.”

Randy Rolph, President and CEO of Pineapple Express Delivery Inc. added, “We are extremely excited to be working with CMR North as we look to scale our business past 50 + staff before years end. CMR’s unique approach to forming and scaling Human Resource and Recruitment organizational structures differentiates significantly from standard recruitment firms and is tailored to our specific needs.”

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