Investors interested in getting into the cannabis industry have the option to place money into the public markets or directly into private companies. And, while the appetite for each is personal, the reality is that investors who take a risk on directly investing into companies have a greater potential upside than what public markets can offer. But getting it right is the key.
Disclaimer: The information in the below article should not be taken as legal advice. Always consult an attorney on these matters before taking any action.
ZolTrain educates consumers and retailers on cannabis brands and products. Throughout the progression of COVID-19, ZolTrain has been partnering with key organizations to bring information to consumers when they can’t shop in person. Read their full blog post below.
No industry is immune to the Coronavirus pandemic. In the cannabinoid industry, consumers are buying and most businesses are responding to this demand with health and safety in mind. Declared “essential businesses” by many state and local governments, customer demand generation, customer retention, order ahead, delivery tech and order tracking are a few of the ancillary businesses seeing sales inquiries spike.
Happy Cabbage provides data analytics and insights for the cannabis industry. Throughout the progression of COVID-19 Happy Cabbage has been able to track the data of dispensaries and delivery services in the San Francisco Bay Area. Read their full blog post below.
Somehow, the secret got out. You know what secret I’m referring to - the one about CBD and hemp being the next big thing.