Intellicast S3E40 – Talking Cannabis Research with Arundati Dandapani of

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Intellicast S3E40 – Talking Cannabis Research with Arundati Dandapani of


Welcome back to Intellicast! On this episode, we are joined by Arundati Dandapani, Founder of and the Chief Editor of MRIA-ARIM. 

Before the interview with Arundati, Brian Lamar and Producer Brian kick off the show with a couple of games, all about Canada. 

Then we jump right into the interview with Arundati.  We learn about her background in journalism, and what led her to Toronto and the market research industry. 

Arundati then talks about the multitude of organizations she is involved in, both in Canada and around the world.  (Trust us, it’s a lot!)

Then we dig deep in the Cannabis research that Arundati conducts, including some cool stats that surprised Brian Lamar, as what she has upcoming.

In the final segment of the interview, we get to know more about the personal side or Arundati.  We learn her hidden talent, and well as the top 3 summaries of books she has read in 2020.

If you are interested at all in Cannabis research, you don’t want to miss this episode.

You can connect with Arundati on LinkedIn here or by visiting

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