The cannabis industry changes fast and the trends and opportunities that come along with this nascent industry change right along with it.
When taking on venture capital, your job as an entrepreneur is to build a company that can return that capital (and then some) to investors. Sure, there are a lot of other responsibilities that come with building a startup, but this is a big one. And it shouldn’t be taken lightly. But, how does an entrepreneur go about that?
Getting a new company started is a large undertaking and most startups don’t even make it. So, when getting your young business off the ground, anything you can do as founder to give your company an advantage should be taken.
A few weeks ago, we held our annual Jumpstart Conference where we brought together industry professionals from different verticals to talk about issues related to starting-up and operating in the space.
Navigating potential cannabis deals is incredibly complex, time-consuming, and expensive
Investors with a data-driven deal flow methodology will yield higher returns with less time and money wasted on poor fits
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