The Minnesota cannabis industry is governed by extremely strict rules and regulations. Very few medical marijuana dispensaries have received approval to operate. They were required to open up four distribution locations and handle all of their manufacturing, cultivation and harvesting in one central location. At the current time and without reform, no other cannabis retail licenses will be issued. However, there is hope and potential for change in the near future. Preparing ahead is absolutely essential. Remaining current is vital. Knowing exactly what type of business you want and how to go about succeeding are the first steps.
Opening a Cannabis Dispensary in Minnesota
At Canna Business Services, we’ve seen that the application is just the beginning. To build a viable business, you’ll need to secure real estate, follow safety and security measures, build a customer base, all while adhering to strenuous and ever-changing regulations. Our team brings together a wealth of background to firmly support your goals at each stage of the application process, commercialization and compliance, marketing, label and packaging review, branding and more.
Book an appointment with Canna Business Services to achieve forward momentum. Our experience, expertise and foresight create solid ground in an unsettled market. We are a cannabis consulting company and look forward to working as your guides, opening up networks of connections and providing tried and tested solutions. While the competition you’re certain to face when applications open up for medical licenses and potentially recreational as well, will make it more difficult to be visible, Canna Business Services positions you firmly at the forefront of the industry.
Cannabis Cultivation Business Plans in Minnesota
Canna Business Services is made up of a team of women who bring expertise from a variety of fields, including lawyers, state grant writers and auditors, former cannabis operators and compliance experts, procurers for the federal nuclear reactor program, educational providers, and nonprofit owners.