Meet Kolab Project
Kolab Project is a company with a license to grow and sell medical cannabis. Its pharmaceutical-grade facility is located in Carleton Place, Ontario, and will total 20,000 square feet. Custom-designed and purpose-built specifically to cultivate cannabis for medical use, it has the room to grow as both a laboratory and a hub of innovation. Kolab Project is Canada’s 55th company to receive a license to grow and sell cannabis from the Cannabis Act.
In conversation with Robert Maxwell
Q:What does Kolab Project do?
A:Kolab Project isn’t really a project as much as it is a concept. It’s quite visionary on Auxly’s part, actually, reimagining the idea of wellness and what it means as a brand. As a result, we have created the anti-brand: using regulation as design, and by extension, a platform to share thought-provoking ideas and innovative products.
Our team works alongside health care practitioners, physicians and their patients to provide the best cannabis and experience possible. It’s not about us—it’s about them. At the end of the day, your business is only as happy and healthy as your customers and patients.
Q:How do Auxly and Kolab Project work together?
A:The team at Auxly have been welcoming and supportive from the very beginning. Leaders within their industry, it was their business model that really attracted us to them: unique, non-traditional, and engaged throughout the entire process. Their great team is truly a testament to the great leadership they have.