In 1998, Oregon became one of the first to legalize medical marijuana. The Beaver State approved adult-use cannabis in 2014. The Oregon Health Authority, presides over licensing and regulation of the medical program. The recreational marijuana market is regulated by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), which has intensified licensing rules. In 2019, the OLCC received permission to refuse initial production licenses at their discretion.
Cannabis Business Licenses in Oregon
If you’re interested in the many opportunities of the cannabis industry, you need to be aware of regulation and compliance requirements. A comprehensive business plan is not only necessary to even get started but to compete with well-established competitors. With early legalization of marijuana in Oregon, it’s especially important to remain ahead of compliance issues and trends.[h2]
In the cannabis field, businesses rarely find traction without the help of a qualified consultant. Because of the strictly regulated industry and considerable financial investment, the services of Canna Business Services prove essential. We champion your best interests with experience, resources and determination. Let our professionals guide you through each stage of the application and licensing process, resolving issues before they result in devastating consequences. We not only assist in launching your business but in branding, compliance, growth and everything you need to thrive.
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.