Zack discusses driving distribution and retention at scale in the cannabis industry with fully automated self-containing kiosks, green Robotics‘ expansion into events, malls, and complexes, and his new video series with the Beard Bros, Pharm to Table.
Exclusive: Greenbox Robotics Inks Deal With Monfort Companies to Pilot CBD Robots in 7-Eleven Stores
CBD dispensing robots are coming to select 7-Eleven stores in Colorado, thanks to a pilot program launched by robot-maker Greenbox Robotics in partnership with prominent Colorado family business, Monfort Companies. “It's one of those defining moments as an entrepreneur, where this is what we hoped for ... placing our units in a location where they want to sell CBD, they want to introduce this trending product, but it has to be done the right way. We are hoping that Greenbox answers that call,” Greenbox Robotics CEO and founder Zack Johnson said.
CBD-Dispensing Robots Show Up At 7-Eleven Stores
CBD consumers in Colorado are now able to buy their favorite products at select 7-Eleven locations out of a robot. Yes, that’s right: a CBD dispensing robot. Starting this week, select 7-Eleven convenience stores in the state of Colorado will feature CBD-dispensing, high-tech vending machines produced by greenbox Robotics, the industrial automation company behind widely celebrated CBD and cannabis-dispensing robots found in Come Back Daily and Erba Collective, among other very cool places.
Greenbox Robotics’ CBD-Dispensing Robot Makes Its New York City Debut
CBD-dispensing robots have arrived in New York City with the debut of Greenbox Robotics' artificial intelligence-powered robots at CBD and wellness shop Come Back Daily. Founder Zack Johnson hopes his AI robots will not only boost business and speed up sales at retail shops and dispensaries, but also educate customers about hemp compound CBD.
why the fader installed cbd vending machines at its sxsw concerts
During a South by Southwest concert series hosted by The Fader, there was something other than music vying for the attention of fans at the popular venue: CBD. The niche music publication hosted its 17th annual three-day Fader Fort concert series and, this year, began a new partnership with Cura, a Portland-based cannabis company that also has its own line of cannabidiol products called Select CBD. For SXSW, Select stocked its CBD pens, patches and oils inside a pair of vending machines, created by Greenbox, in the backyard. The demand was so high that organizers had to reconfigure the barricades to accommodate the crowds.