Dispensary

Dispensary March 21

Posted Posted in Cannabis Business Courses

Dispensaries, rather medical or recreational,  requires permits, inspections, licensing, real estate, building modifications, dispensary design, POS, SOPs, human resources, signage, suppliers, packaging, labeling, quality control, security, tracking, compliance, a multitude of details and unforeseen issues, and a large investment of money and time.

As of January 1, now 33 states plus the District of Columbia (D.C.) have legalized cannabis for medicinal use, with 10 states and D.C. permitting adult use.

Medical-use sales are slated to begin in four states (Arkansas, Louisiana, North Dakota, and Ohio).

Per the November 2018 midterm elections, plans proceed for medical-use sales starting by early 2020 in Missouri and Utah, along with adult-use sales in Michigan.

U.S. sales of medical- and adult-use cannabis in 2019 are expected to reach $5.9 billion and $7.0 billion, respectively, up 28% (from $4.6 billion) and 21% (from $5.8 billion) from 2018.

U.S. Medical Marijuana Market will exceed USD 8.0 billion by 2024; as per a new research report.

 

Module I How to Open a Dispensary

9:00 – 1:00 March 21th Denver





THC Edibles

Edibles March 21

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THC Edibles Company involves more than recipe and dosage development. It requires permits, inspections, licensing, real estate, building modifications,  POS, SOPs, human resources, suppliers, packaging, labeling, quality control, security, tracking, and compliance. Edible manufacturers are required to adhere to Health Department regulations covering food safety, handling, storage, commercial kitchen requirements and a multitude of details and unforeseen issues.

The course is taught by instructors experienced in opening and managing marijuana infused manufacturing companies.  Their expertise will eliminate the “learning curve” enabling you to open sooner. Their “real world knowledge” will help you avoid costly mis-steps that can sabotage your business’s success.

 

Module II How to Open a THC Infused Edible Company

9:00 – 1:00 March 21th Denver

 





Cultivation

Cultivation March 21

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Cultivation: the Business of Cannabis Beyond the Grow Course focuses on the process and profitability of growing and selling marijuana.

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

Women Cultivating Success Conference THC

Each 3.5 hour course is individually priced. Attendees can design their own curriculum.

 

Module III The Business of Cannabis Cultivation: Beyond the Grow

9:00 – 1:00 March 21st Denver

 





Extraction March 21

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THC oil extraction is a crucial part of producing a quality THC product. Cultivators and infused product producers are not normally extractors.

The increasing demand for THC oil extracts enables extractors to take a substantial portion of the cultivator’s profits.

Extraction has been used as a general term for cannabis/hemp processing. Processing is more than just extraction. It involves cultivation, analytics, extractions and biochemistry.

The THC Extraction Business Course teaches how to set up and run a successful extraction company.  

The business course covers every detail and solution. The course is taught by instructors experienced in opening and running a processing facilities.  Their expertise will eliminate the “learning curve” enabling you to open sooner. Their “real world knowledge” will help you avoid costly mis-steps that can sabotage your business’s success.

The Women Cultivating Success THC Business Conference focus is on business education and many valuable connections could be missed. So, we encourage attendees to bring a minimum of 100 business cards for the Chamber’s “Business in a Bag”. We will have a table of small bags set up. Attendee may drop a business card in each bag. During the courses’ break each person picks up a bag of business cards.

Course size is limited to 30. We believe this facilitates a better connection between the information being presented, the instructor and the attendee

You are serious about your business. We are serious about delivering the gold standard of cannabis, cbd, and hemp business education.

 To view all courses click on Members’ Course Registration.

Module IV How to Open a THC Extraction Company

9:00 – 1:00 March 21th Denver





Capital March 21

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Strategy for bringing in an investor, merging with another company or entering into a partnership may be part of your business plan.

Without investors or substantial working capital most businesses will fail in the early stages of development.  Working capital is crucial. It enables a business to move from the planning stages into a striving a company. Money is needed to hire key staff, purchase or manufacture inventory,  website design and management, and for marketing. 

Investors offer more than just financial backing. They come with expertise that can make your business more successful.

Do not confuse: “My business can be successful” for “My business is invest-able.” 

This course covers:

How to establish a viable business model to present to investor groups, private equity, and venture capital funds. 

Understanding the perspective of cannabis investors and how they view the industry from a macro, and micro perspective. 

Structuring an acquisition or merger, as well as integrated and multinational supply channels.

The Women Cultivating Success CBD-Hemp Business Conference focus is on business education and many valuable connections could be missed. So, we encourage attendees to bring a minimum of 100 business cards for the Chamber’s “Business in a Bag”. We will have a table of small bags set up. Attendee may drop a business card in each bag. During the courses’ break each person picks up a bag of business cards.

Course size is limited to 30. We believe this facilitates a better connection between the information being presented, the instructor and the attendee

You are serious about your business. We are serious about delivering the gold standard of cannabis, cbd, and hemp business education.

 To view all courses click on Members’ Course Registration. 

Instructor: Preston Gardner, Research Analyst, Attorney

Module V Strategy and Preparation for Working with Investors, Mergers, Partnerships

2:00 – 6:00 March 21th Denver





Contracts

Contracts March 21

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Contracts are legal agreements between two or more parties that define the functions, responsibilities and liability of all parties.

Business contracts are an integral part of business interactions.

This course covers the most common legal agreements:

  • Confidentiality Agreement (also referred to as a “Non-Disclosure Agreement” or “NDA”)
  • Confidentiality and Invention Assignment Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Letters of Intent
  • Leases
  • Service Contracts

Intellectual property can refer to logos and corporate identity through to products, services and processes that differentiate your business.

Intellectual property protects more than an idea or a concept. Intellectual property laws. protects genuine business assets. A company’s concept and ideas may be an integral part of of the core services and expansion.

Module VI Intellectual Property & Business Contracts

2:00 – 6:00 March 21th Denver





Writing SOP's

Writing SOP’s, Human Resources, Health & Safety

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Writing SOP’s (Standard Operating Procedures) establishes a benchmark for the quality of products and services provided. These written procedures are the manual that defines your daily business practices.

Writing SOPs save time and money by streamlining processes to complete tasks in less time.

A standard operating procedure ensures consistency in the performance of workplace duties and safety by all employees.

Having SOP’s in place eliminates any miscommunication between employers and employees. These include your training manual and employee manual and makes your employee accountable for their actions.

Rather you have 2 or 200 employees you need a Human Resource set of procedures, as well as, procedures to ensure you adhere to Health & Safety (OSHA) regulations.

This course teaches which SOP’s you will need, how to write them, how to set up a HR department, and Health & Safety regulations.

The Women Cultivating Success CBD-Hemp Business Conference focus is on business education and many valuable connections could be missed. So, we encourage attendees to bring a minimum of 100 business cards for the Chamber’s “Business in a Bag”. We will have a table of small bags set up. Attendee may drop a business card in each bag. During the courses’ break each person picks up a bag of business cards.

Course size is limited to 30. We believe this facilitates a better connection between the information being presented, the instructor and the attendee

You are serious about your business. We are serious about delivering the gold standard of cannabis, cbd, and hemp business education.

 To view all courses click on Members’ Course Registration.

Instructor: Amber Wick, Founder & CEO, Amber Wick LLC.

 

Module VII 

Standard Operating Procedures, Human Resources – Health & Safety

March 21th 2:00 -6:00 Denver