Business Planning 2018-02-14T18:45:21+00:00

Cannabis Business Planning & Plans

It all starts with an idea and a vision.  How that vision is executed can be related to how well you planned your idea.  You’ve decided you want to venture into the new emerging cannabis sector.  There are unlimited opportunities with in this area but we will highlight the top categories.

Looking at the cannabis sector as a whole you can be involved in medical cannabis, industrial hemp, adult use and or an ancillary provider.  Within those categories based on States availability you can be a retailer, cultivator, processor, wholesaler, lab and or an ancillary provider. It is important to note that some States may limit the amount of integration you can have.

Our team has assisted numerous clients with all types of marijuana business and or cannabis business planning and developing.  With our assist we’ve successfully helped the start up and roll out of many familiar brands today.  Some of our services can include creating custom business plans and financials to strategic planning based on markets. This could include pitch decks or any other accompanying business plan documents as well.

Remember each project is unique as well as each State implementing cannabis regulations, you will want to check with your State to see what is required and or allowed when planning for your cannabis business.

For more information on how we can help you, give us a call today.

What is Business Planning?

The process of determining a commercial enterprise’s objectives, strategies and projected actions in order to promote its survival and development within a given time frame. Business planning typically has two key aspects, one focused on making profits and the other focused on dealing with risks that might negatively impact the business.  Read more at business dictionary dot com

What are Business Plans

Set of documents prepared by a firm’s management to summarize its operational and financial objectives for the near future (usually one to three years) and to show how they will be achieved. It serves as a blueprint to guide the firm’s policies and strategies, and is continually modified as conditions change and new opportunities and/or threats emerge. When prepared for external audience (lenders, prospective investors) it details the past, present, and forecasted performance of the firm. And usually also contains pro-forma balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement, to illustrate how the financing being sought will affect the firm’s financial position.  Read more at business dictionary dot com

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