Chris DeWildt

January 9, 2019 13 min read
January 9, 2019
13 min read

A Safe Space for Cannabis: An Interview with Canna-Hub CEO, Tim McGraw

We spoke with Tim McGraw about his transition from professional operator to CEO of Canna-Hub, a firm specializing in business parks exclusively for cannabis professionals.

The following is an interview with an industry expert. Growers Network does not endorse nor evaluate the claims of our interviewees, nor do they influence our editorial process. We thank our interviewees for their time and effort so we can continue our exclusive Growers Spotlight service.

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  • About Tim McGraw
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  • On the Industry
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    Great information! Thank you Tim McGraw, CEO of Canna-Hub for taking the time to speak with us. It certainly is an exciting time to be in the cannabis business.

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    About the Author

    Chris DeWildt is a graduate of Grand Valley State University and Western Kentucky University. He worked in education and publishing for ten years before joining the team at Growers Network.