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Strictly Business: Instacart, new vet, pot resources and more in this week’s column.

Online pot resources: Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the launch of Cannabizfile (sos.ca.gov/business-programs/cannabizfile), a new online portal with useful information about cannabis-related business filings with the Secretary of State’s office. Entrepreneurs seeking to start a cannabis-related business in California will need to register their business entity with the Secretary of State. The new site also includes information about registering a business, trademark or service mark. Meanwhile, Sonoma County issued its first Cannabis Cultivation Permit on Dec. 4 to Shannon and Cameron Hattan of Fiddlers Greens. Their permit allows up to 10,000 square feet of outdoor medical cannabis cultivation on their property outside of Sebastopol. Learn more at sonomacounty.ca.gov/Cannabis-Program/.

New cannabis CEO: William Silver, former dean of Sonoma State University’s business school, has been picked to lead CannaCraft as the fast-growing Santa Rosa cannabis manufacturing firm continues to expand.

Same news, different name for 2018. Movers & Shakers is now Strictly Business. Send news to businessnews@sonomanews.com.