CBD and Hemp-based oil offers unprecedented business opportunities. Products containing cbd, hemp oil, and hemp seeds can be found in Krogers, CVS Health, Walgreens, Ultra Beauty, Petco and Urban Outfitters, to name a few. The list of major beauty brands adding cbd infused products to their lines is extensive.
An excerpt from a Bloomberg article by journalists Craig Giammona and Kristine Owram hit the nail on the head: “The growing demand for CBD dovetails with Americans’ long-standing appetite for super foods and ingredients that promote wellness. In a divided and anxious nation, moreover, many people are willing to try products that claim to ease insomnia and stress. CBD is following a path already traveled by tumeric, acai berries, ginkgo biloba and so on. People tell each other the stuff works, word travels, and the cash registers keep ringing.” Green Entrepreneur
In 2018, sales of CBD hit nearly $600 million, and they’re projected to grow to $22 billion in just a few years more. This is the opportune time to open a cbd or hemp company. As more entrepreneurs move into the marketplace the more difficult it will become to find your audience and establish your brand.
The Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce has brought together seasoned cbd and hemp business owners to provide you with real world knowledge and insider information on starting a company. Their expertise will eliminate the learning curve and enable you to launch your company sooner.
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The Business Resource page lists links to states’ licensing requirements, regulations, free business plan templates, and other relevant links.
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