Earlier this month, Eaze CEO Keith McCarty traveled to Austin to speak at SXSW about ending cannabis prohibition. As part of the Austin tour, the Eaze Team attended the local Women Grow chapter where we learned about MAMMAs - Mothers Advocating Medical Marijuana for Autism.
Keith McCarty, Eaze Founder and CEO, has made San Francisco Business Times' “40 Under 40” class of 2016! The SF Business Times searched for the most influential young leaders across the spectrum of Bay Area businesses. Their 2016 class of achievers — all under 40 — are “leaders within their companies, industries and communities”.
Eaze CEO at 40 Under 40 Gala: “We will…make medical marijuana accessible and accepted for all Americans.”
Earlier this year, Keith McCarty, CEO and Founder of Eaze, made the San Francisco Business Times's prestigious 40 Under 40 list. Keith shares this honor with past winners such as Travis Kalanick (CEO of Uber), Nick Woodman (CEO of GoPro), Fran Weld (head of real estate for the Giants), Lyndon Rive (CEO of SolarCity), and other executives from iconic companies such as Salesforce, Apple, and The Gap.
The 9th Annual Crunchies are known as "the Oscars of the startup and technology world". This year, there are 12 categories that recognize a variety of significant accomplishments by the startup community, ranging from "Fastest Rising Startup" and "Best Founder" to the inaugural "Include Diversity Award". We're humbled to be included in this all-star list.
Eaze is passionate about helping patients access medical marijuana safely and professionally. We believe technology and common sense regulations will help keep communities safe while also ensuring critical access to patient medications, and we have been reaching out to regulators and lawmakers to contribute to this discussion.
On behalf of the Eaze Team, we would like to extend a big holiday “thank you” to everyone who participated in “Refer a Friend, Give a Toy” over the past week. Thanks to your participation and generosity, we were able to donate over 150 toys to families in need this Christmas.