The Business of Cannabis Cultivation: Beyond the Grow January 17, 2020
Cannabis Cultivation: Beyond the Grow, covers the elements and processes of building a company after licensing. It includes: cultivation facility design and construction, security, standard operating procedures, inventory control, compliance, testing, packaging, transportation, human resources. Instructors share the details and issues of running a successful business.
Cannabis Cultivation: Beyond the Grow is taught by cultivation facility owners, with years of experience and real world knowledge. Their expertise will eliminate the “learning curve” enabling you to open sooner. Their “real world knowledge” will help you avoid costly missteps that can sabotage your business’s success.
The six hour course download also includes how to understand the most common contracts you will be dealing with. The course download includes the basic techniques and strategies of win-win negotiations.
Members & Mentors Cannabis Business Forum provides continual support to everyone who downloaded the courses. Mentoring from established experts is invaluable and provides immediate solutions. Business questions and concerns will be addressed within the forum by course instructors.
The online cannabis business forum gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with other startups for both support and resources.
The business course does not cover business plans, corporate structure, or individual state licensing requirements. Links to that information are available on the Business Resource Page.
Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce members receive $425 off one business course per year. Please refer to the membership page for a list membership benefits.
According to Arcview Market Research and its research partner BDS Analytics, over the next 10 years, the legal cannabis industry will see much progress around the globe. Spending on legal cannabis worldwide is expected to hit $57 billion by 2027. The adult-use (recreational) market will cover 67% of the spending; medical marijuana will take up the remaining 33%. The largest group of cannabis buyers will be in North America, going from $9.2 billion in 2017 to $47.3 billion a decade later. Read more at Forbes.com