Marketing THC products and businesses has legal restrictions which has made social media platforms the cannabis industry’s main marketing venue. The Marketing THC Products and Businesses course covers how to effectively use social media to promote products, services and companies to generate sales.
The course covers developing your branding. A company’s brand represents their market identity—who they are, what they do, what kind of quality they provide, and their reputation for trustworthiness. Your logo is the foundation of your brand. The logo promotes brand awareness and recognition. Your website, packaging, promotional materials and business cards integrate your logo to communicate your brand.
Marketing is defined by the American Marketing Association as “the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.
Marketing is how you promote your brand. There are several types and sub-types of marketing, digital and offline, including conferences, events, and print ads in cannabis lifestyle magazines. Marketing THC Products and Businesses course helps you develop a solid marketing plan and strategy.
Marketing is the key to an organization’s success. A solid plan can quickly grow your profits and your company.
The course covers creating a Pitch Deck and presentation for investors.
Instructors have cannabis marketing companies and have developed marketing campaigns for dispensaries, edible companies, and canna-centric products and services. They are knowledgeable in the regulations that restricts advertising.
Members & Mentors Marketing 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 marketing forum gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with other startups for both support and resources.
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.