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Author: D. J. Summers
Category: Business & Economics
What happens when corporate culture takes over counterculture? This book explores the contradictions present within the cannabis industry from a business and policy perspective. • Treats the new and growing cannabis industry in the context of more established ones, such as the alcohol, pharmaceutical, and tobacco industries • Collects experiences and experiments from all of the regions, states, and municipalities in which marijuana has been legalized • Explains how federal regulations or lack thereof (e.g., lack of access to banking) affect the industry • Explores the interactions of federal, state, and local laws • Sheds light on the evolution of public policy on legalized marijuana
Our book is far too short to be a comprehensive volume on the laws impacting the
cannabis industry. The goal of The Business of Cannabis is not to provide a
comprehensive review of each state and local law applicable to the cannabis ...
Author: Charles S. Alovisetti
Category: Business & Economics
As the largely illicit cannabis market transitions to a legal, regulated industry, the "canna-curious" and experienced industry participants alike are experiencing the harsh truth: Making a fortune in the legal cannabis industry is a challenge made even more difficult by a complex patchwork of state and federal laws. The Cannabis Business clears the confusion around topics such as the distinction between hemp and cannabis and why it matters for consumers and regulators, why CBD isn’t completely legal in the U.S., why and how states differ in their licensing processes, and how deal structuring is impacted by state regulations. Written by attorneys from the nation’s leading cannabis law and policy firm, this comprehensive primer on all things cannabis law is a must-have for anyone seeking to understand the major practical legal issues facing the cannabis industry in the U.S.
As there are dozens of (new) opportunities in this emerging industry such as providing security and courier services; making concentrates and edibles; growing and distribution and sales, and many more, this book sheds light on all of the ...
Author: Neev Tapiero
Publisher: Self-Counsel Press
Category: Business & Economics
There are books out there for marijuana entrepreneurs opening retail locations; there are also books about how to grow cannabis. 'CannaBiz' is the only book at the moment that is for the retailer and also for growers/producers/suppliers of marijuana, and everything in between. As there are dozens of (new) opportunities in this emerging industry such as providing security and courier services; making concentrates and edibles; growing and distribution and sales, and many more, this book sheds light on all of the business opportunities available in this industry that emerges as it becomes more legal and/or regulated everywhere in North America.
In Start Your Own Cannabis Business, cannabis, biotech, and entrepreneurship reporter Javier Hasse introduces forward-thinking entrepreneurs lie you to the industry and shares hard-earned tips and success stories from pioneers and ...
Author: Javier Hasse
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
Category: Business & Economics
Lifting the veil on all facets of the marijuana industry, Start Your Own Cannabis Business sheds light the business opportunities available as it becomes legal and regulated across the globe. From retailers to growers, producers, and suppliers there’s a seemingly never-ending list of startup opportunities in this emerging market such as providing security and courier services; making concentrates and edibles; growing, distribution, and sales to list a few. In 2016, cannabis sales in North America reached about $6.7 billion and is expected to surge to $30 billion by 2021. Add in the fact that 70 to 80 percent of startup cannabis businesses reach break-even within the first year and that makes for an unprecedented opportunity for business ventures of all sizes. Cannabis, biotech and entrepreneurship reporter Javier Hasse introduces forward-thinking entrepreneurs, like you, to the industry and shares hard-earned tips and success stories from pioneers and visionaries in the marijuana industry. You’ll also learn how to: Evaluate your cannabis business idea, build a business plan, and find funding Grow your business into a multi-state company Comply with the IRS and regulations with the guidance of cannabis-savvy lawyers and accountants
This friendly guide delivers all you need to know — from buying, using, and growing cannabis to getting a job in the industry, starting your own business, and even investing in it. Inside.
Author: Kim Ronkin Casey
Publisher: For Dummies
Make informed decisions about the benefits of using cannabis Pot is hot—for good reason. To date, 30 states have legalized medical marijuana to the tune of nearly $11B in consumer spending. Whether it’s to help alleviate symptoms of an illness or for adults to use recreationally, more people every day are turning to marijuana. Cannabis For Dummies presents the science behind the use of this amazingly therapeutic plant. Inside, you’ll find the hands-on knowledge and education you need to make an informed decision about your cannabis purchase, as a patient and a consumer. Decide for yourself if marijuana is right for you Manage aches and pains Gain insight on the effects and possible symptom relief Enjoy both sweet and savory edibles Navigate the legal requirements If you’re curious about cannabis, everything you need to discover its many benefits is a page away!
The Business Year's Special Report on Medical Cannabis in Latin America and the Caribbean is the second entry in our medical cannabis series, building upon our inaugural report on the Colombian market.
Publisher: The Business Year
Category: Business & Economics
The Business Year's Special Report on Medical Cannabis in Latin America and the Caribbean is the second entry in our medical cannabis series, building upon our inaugural report on the Colombian market. While legislative progress did not move as rapidly as hoped in some markets, such as in Mexico, 2019 also witnessed other markets such as Brazil reaching long-awaited liberalization milestones. This 92-page report is a comprehensive examination of that progress and of the current investment climate throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. To understand how these developments are shaping local markets and global investor attitudes on the region, The Business Year sat down with the industry leaders, local entrepreneurs, regulatory administrators, government legislators, legal advisors, medical researchers and global investors that are driving medical cannabis forward.
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You've decided that you're going to tackle this challenge head-on and start your own legal marijuana business. This book will make your journey that much easier.
Author: Chris Maxwell
DIY Cannabis Business Stratup How to Legally Start, Run, and GROW Your Own Marijuana (Weed, Hemp, Cannabis & CBD) Based Business: A REAL Success Story - Be Your Own BOSS Table of 2019 Updated State Laws Have you ever wanted to start your own company and be your own boss? Have you wanted to break into an ever-changing and brand new industry? Do you crave excitement? Are you already interested in weed (maybe even recreationally) and are thinking about how to break into this market? Did your state just pass legislation creating a legal way to partake in marijuana and you're thinking about ways to get in on that business? Coming up with an idea to make money is easy. Finding a way to take your thoughts that are on paper and making them a reality is the key. You've decided that you're going to tackle this challenge head-on and start your own legal marijuana business. This book will make your journey that much easier. Instead of throwing a ton of information at you, I will breakdown the process of starting your business step-by-step making it easier than you ever thought possible. I decided to put everything I know about Marijuana and starting your own business selling it into one cohesive guide. This book provides you with all you could possibly need- or want - to know about marijuana: smoking it, selling it, the history and commercialization of it - everything! I took the plunge that you're contemplating and now almost three years later, I've been able to pay off all of my debt and completely change my life. In this book, I give you as much knowledge as I think you can digest in bite-sized pieces. (Edibles- get it?) We discuss a brief history of Marijuana. It's important that you understand as much as you can about this drug. We will also discuss the science of "getting high." Sativa vs. Indica Why Strains Matter THC and CBD What Happens When You "Get High" What it Means to Feel "High" The Commercialization and Legalization of Marijuana We will discuss Marijuana references in pop culture and how that influences your current consumers' ideas about weed. Weed use in the entertainment industry In Music Infiltration into Social Media Understanding Pop Culture and Weed Usage Most importantly, however, we must examine legislation and how it relates to your new business. Examining State Laws by State What new laws are attempting to remedy Medicinal applications of marijuana That was all in the FIRST part of this amazing book! In the second half, we'll talk about the nitty gritty of actually starting your own cannabis-based business. Starting your legal marijuana business Find a niche Know what the rules are Tips for raising capital Creating your business plan Define the purpose of your business plan Marketing to the new target audience Customer data you need to know Facebook specific marketing Maybe you're not a salesman, and that's ok! I have included an entire section dedicated to exploring the many facets of other cannabis based businesses. Branded Weed Products Investing Crypto Currencies Getting Involved in Other Jobs Within the Market Real Estate Opportunities Outdoor Grow Operations Promoting Cannabis Based Products Funding and Financing in Cannabis Ventures As an added BONUS, when you purchase the paperback book on Amazon, you can get the eBook version for FREE!
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“From the first chapter to the last, Ron Seigneur, Stacey Udell, and Brenda Clarke lead the reader through the labyrinth of the cannabis industry.
Author: Ronald L. Seigneur
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Business & Economics
“From the first chapter to the last, Ron Seigneur, Stacey Udell, and Brenda Clarke lead the reader through the labyrinth of the cannabis industry. Starting with the fundamentals of the cannabis industry and proceeding through the myriad of state and federal regulations, legal structures, taxes and accounting, The Cannabis Industry Accounting and Appraisal Guide does just that, guiding the reader step by step to an ultimate conclusion of understanding regarding a cannabis business. Having performed many cannabis company appraisals myself, I can wholeheartedly recommend this comprehensive – yet easy to read – guide to the fast-emerging cannabis industry.” —Neil J. Beaton, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA, CVA Alvarez and Marsal Valuation Services Three business experts with almost twenty years of combined experience in the cannabis sector explore everything you need to know about building and managing a cannabis business.
The book includes: - Insight on legal challenges from state-to-state and how to navigate them to maximize earning potential.
Author: Debby Goldsberry
Category: Business & Economics
In this comprehensive overview, Idiot's Guides: Starting & Running a Marijuana Business teaches readers how to end up on the lucrative side of the Green Rush, whether they plan to grow, sell, or both, by learning the best practices for securing locations and permits, dealing with the financial restraints from the U.S. Government, in addition to all of the day-to-day aspects of managing a business. The book includes: - Insight on legal challenges from state-to-state and how to navigate them to maximize earning potential. - Expert advice on locating cultivation/dispensary sites, creating a business plan, securing finances, training staff, dealing with security measures, paying taxes, and offering medical patient counseling. - Marketing strategies to ensure the business grows and operates legally and effectively. - Checklists for any owner and manager to incorporate in their business and training to ensure all systems are covered.
Marijuana legalization is the hottest story in the US today. 22 states have authorized sales in some form; Denver has more legal marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks franchises.
Author: Christian Hageseth
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Business & Economics
Marijuana legalization is the hottest story in the US today. 22 states have authorized sales in some form; Denver has more legal marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks franchises. We are witnessing the dawn of a new industry. And like the early days of gourmet coffee chains, the rules and players are being established on the fly. Christian Hageseth is the face of the revolution-an entrepreneur and father of three who worked in the white-collar professional world for 20 years before opening his first dispensary. The Founder and Chairman of Green Man Cannabis, the fastest-growing legalized marijuana company in the country, he's the perfect tour guide through the wild frontier, where police hardly know what laws to enforce, or parents what to tell their kids. He paints a colorful picture not only of how he got into the business, but of the big interests that are eager to do the same-namely Philip Morris, Monsanto and a who's who of Big Pharma. He predicts a future where the marijuana market splits in two: the high-end, artisanal market, supplied by individual growers and small farms, and the mass market, covered by the cigarette giants and anyone bold enough to compete with them. Much like beer and coffee, your brand of weed will be just one more reflection of your lifestyle. It's an entrepreneur's dream, and Hageseth invites us along in Big Weed as he pitches skeptical investors, negotiates a shaggy cast of colleagues, and builds the biggest business he can.
In this guide you'll learn: Legalization American States Where Cannabis Remains Illegal: The Red Trident Coffee Shop /Dispensaries /Grow Shop /Head Shop The Core of Dutch Tourism Us Cannabis Stores Collective: Non-Profit Organizations ...
Author: Oscar White
◆ CANNABIS/MARIJUANA BUSINESS INFORMATION (R)◆ The cannabis industry is huge and continues to grow. If you're interested in starting a cannabis business, here's how to start and what to keep in mind. OSCAR WHITE's focus is to help accelerate the success and acceptance of the legal cannabis market by providing actionable intelligence to HELP ALL ASPECTS OF THE BUSINESS - from seed to sale - SUCCEED AND GROW. He focuses strictly on the business of legal cannabis for medical and recreational use and aims to provide timely information to help the reader make timely, informed decisions to help them run their business BETTER AND MORE PROFITABLY. (c) GLOBALLY! (c) ◆ COFFEE SHOP /DISPENSARIES /GROW SHOP /HEAD SHOP ◆ If you are one of the many entrepreneurs interested in opening a marijuana dispensary, this book can guide you through the necessary steps. ◆ 33 IDEAS TO MAKE MONEY IN THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY ◆ So, how can you get in on this Green Rush? The possibilities are only limited by your creativity. In order to stimulate your imagination, here are 33 ways for people to make money in the cannabis industry RIGHT NOW. In this guide you'll learn: Legalization American States Where Cannabis Remains Illegal: The Red Trident Coffee Shop /Dispensaries /Grow Shop /Head Shop The Core of Dutch Tourism Us Cannabis Stores Collective: Non-Profit Organizations Social Clubs in Spain - Starting A Cannabis Social Club In 4 Steps How to Start A Marijuana Business In 5 Steps? How to Obtain A License for A Medical Marijuana Dispensary? Licenses and Bureaucratic Procedures in the USA Packaging, Advertising and Marketing A Cannabis Business Plan (Team) Can Control Startup Costs How to Apply for A License in Massachusetts License for Hemp Distributor In New York Georgia Medical Cannabis Production License Cost of Medical Cannabis Production License in Georgia Questionnaire for Candidates Getting A License in Mississippi Pennsylvania How to Get A License In South Dakota? How to Get A License in Fresno In California? How to Obtain A Commercial License of Cannabis in Montana? How to Become A Budtender? How to Open A Consumer Room in Detroit? New Jersey Cannabis Micro Enterprise License Growing Marijuana in Canada 32 Ideas to Make Money in The Cannabis Industry And much more! WITH THIS INFORMATION, YOU HAVE A GOOD CHANCE OF OPENING A SUCCESSFUL, LUCRATIVE DISPENSARY! BUY NOW AND YOU CAN GET STARTED ON YOUR NEW BUSINESS TODAY!
Individual legal, compliance and tax issues are covered, where relevant, as the book examines existing recreational and medicinal cannabis laws and regulations, and where and why they are changing.
Author: Mark Taylor
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
The business of cannabis is exploding as: adult recreational markets open in some of the world's largest economies in defiance of international treaties; and governments increasingly approve research to develop medicinal forms of the drug. Cannabis Law and Regulation is a comprehensive analysis of the changing cannabis laws of more than 50 of the largest and most significant global markets, with insight from legal experts, political and government figures and public health officials. The business of cannabis is exploding as adult recreational markets open in some of the world's largest economies in defiance of international treaties and governments increasingly approve research to develop medicinal forms of the drug. Individual legal, compliance and tax issues are covered, where relevant, as the book examines existing recreational and medicinal cannabis laws and regulations, and where and why they are changing. The shift from black market product to regulated entity has legal ramifications for several service industries, from financial services and insurance to farming, cultivation, marketing, IP, copyright and trademark law. Cannabis Law and Regulation covers the US, Canada, Uruguay and other emerging areas where recreational use has been legalised, and the rapidly transforming European, African and Asian landscapes where a rush to become the top global medicinal cannabis hub is taking place. Where recent court cases, rulings, directives, government initiatives, trials and, in some cases, total decriminalisation have created a patchwork of global markets for participants to navigate and serve, Cannabis Law and Regulation is an essential legal guide. At approximately 150 pages, criminal and medical law practitioners, consultants, professors, doctors, business executives and drug regulators will find this a crucial, but quick read. Bloomsbury Professional Insights provide guidance for legal and tax practitioners on developing, specialist areas or existing, complex areas where understanding is required after recent changes in legislation or court decisions.
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Why is this? Well, it's because they don't have the steps laid out for them. They have no map to success they can follow. Without any kind of guidance, you're destined to fail. That's why this book was written.
Author: David Light
Publisher: Self Publishing L.T.D.
Cannabis is a growing industry. Though the time to jump on the trend and make some real money from it is dwindling. If there was any better time to get involved in the sector it's right now. Before it becomes oversaturated. It's possible for anyone to start their own cannabis business. Though very few actually succeed at it. Why is this? Well, it's because they don't have the steps laid out for them. They have no map to success they can follow. Without any kind of guidance, you're destined to fail. That's why this book was written. To help the aspiring cannabis entrepreneurs of tomorrow thrive in the industry today. There are many hurdles new starters face when first trying to enter the cannabis industry. How do you keep it all legal and above board? How do you get sales? What are the best strains to grow? The questions are endless. And without anyone there to hold your hand along the way, you'll be forced to go through a painstaking process of trial and error until you get it right. Do you really have the time and the patience to repeatedly fail and have to start all over again? Probably not. That is why this definitive guide is here to help you right from the start-up period to securing your first sale. Inside you will learn: Everything you would ever need to know about cannabis. It's history, how it's consumed and the ways in which the different chemicals affect its user A concise rundown of all the kinds of strains that can be harvested and how to find the best ones for your customers The definitive guide to growing marijuana both indoors and outdoors, including tips and tricks on the best soil to use so you can ensure high yields How cannabis can be used therapeutically for medical reasons A thorough run-down of all the legality issues you may face when setting up your business All the vital need-to-knows on ensuring your business succeeds from find investors to opening your own dispensary Everything tax related, how to remain above board and reduce your outgoings How to take your brand internationally and sell across multiple regions And much, much more! This easy-to-follow guide is perfect for beginners. No experience is needed. Simply follow the fantastic formula outlined in the book and begin reaping major profits from your cannabis business right away. Grab a copy now and begin legally making money from marijuana today! So, what are you waiting for? Scroll up and click the "BUY NOW" button!
Cannabis has crept out of the shadows of the stoner culture and emerged as a multi-billion dollar industry that has taken root in sectors including health care, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods and agriculture.
Author: Lisa H Gregory Ph D
Cannabis has crept out of the shadows of the stoner culture and emerged as a multi-billion dollar industry that has taken root in sectors including health care, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods and agriculture. Public companies with ballooning valuations are racing to be the most innovative, while established blue chip firms are partnering or buying marijuana-related businesses to gain access to the industry.As the legal cannabis industry continues to develop and public support for the legalization of recreational and medical marijuana use grows, an increasing number of investors have taken note. Public and private cannabis-related companies raised nearly $13.8 million in 2018, compared to $3.5 billion in 2017, according to data from Viridian Capital Advisors cited by Fortune. Shares in cannabis companies like Canopy Growth (CGC), Tilray (TLRY), and Cronos Group (CRON) soared last year as experts compared them to bitcoin. With interest in pot stocks rising, many outsiders without intimate knowledge of the business are considering making investments in the space. As with any new industry, though, learning about the ins and outs of the marijuana landscape can be overwhelming. Below, we've broken down some of the most common and important terms that you're likely to encounter if you follow the cannabis market.Market valueThe world economic market has been broken down as follows, showing that the cannabis industry can be considered a multibillion dollar component of a larger pharmaceutical industry. The exact value of cannabis sales worldwide remains unknown as the vast majority of the market remains illicit. With movement around legalization of Cannabis, it is attracting more investments from alcohol and drug companies.
Renowned cannabis journalist Alex Halperin is your guide through the many facts and falsehood surrounding the subject, giving an intelligent, in-depth but accessible overview of a fascinating, ever-changing topic.
Author: Alex Halperin
Publisher: Hachette UK
A cannabis revolution is taking place. As people embrace it like never before, The Cannabis Dictionary looks at every aspect of this special plant. Hundreds of entries cover the key information from the cannabis world, from health effects, CBD oil and varieties of the plant, to legalization, big business and psychological impact. Renowned cannabis journalist Alex Halperin is your guide through the many facts and falsehood surrounding the subject, giving an intelligent, in-depth but accessible overview of a fascinating, ever-changing topic. Entries include: 420 Big Weed Budtenders Cannabidiol (CBD) Cannatech Dabbing Green Out Green Rush Hash Medical Marijuana Microdose Paranoia Strains THC ... and many more.