The first annual Marijuana Industry Awards have named Keith McCarthy the entrepreneur of the year. McCarthy is the CEO and founder of Eaze, the leading marijuana technology corporation. He received the award for demonstrating impressive success in the cannabis industry, particularly in new technology and innovations, financial performance, and loyalty to the cannabis community. The president of MJIC, Randy Shipley, was very pleased and proud to give Keith McCarthy the Entrepreneur of the Year award. The professional work of Eaze and its substantial contribution to the cannabis industry through new technology made Keith a clear and unquestioned choice for the award. McCarthy founded the company in 2013 as a portal for those who want to receive medical marijuana without obstacles. Eaze was the first company that allowed medical marijuana patients to get weed from local dispensaries on demand. People use Eaze to receive medical marijuana discreetly and safely. Nowadays, the company operates in more than 100 cities, and due to the recent election win for marijuana, the number should grow quite rapidly. Keith McCarthy confessed that he was very honored to get the Entrepreneur of the Year award. It was not easy for him to create a company of such type, but the experience is really rewarding. Now he can see his technology helping medical marijuana patients in California get their medicine. Before Keith founded his company, he had been a founding member of Yammer, a social enterprise platform, where he helped organize the selling of the company to Microsoft for $1.2 billion. Today, the life-long entrepreneur is trying to look forward to the new opportunities that appear in the cannabis industry as a result of the recent passing of recreational and medical marijuana bills in eight additional states of America. The market continues to mature, and the scale of Eaze puts the company in a great position. McCarthy said that today Eaze has everything to uncover unprecedented data around medical marijuana consumption.