Cannabis Business: Step-by-Step Startup Guide

 
 
Entrepreneur Press
  • erschienen am 20. April 2018
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  • 877 Seiten
 
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Lifting the veil on all facets of the marijuana industry, this step-by-step guide sheds light on business opportunities available as cannabis becomes legal and regulated across the globe. From retailers to growers, producers, and suppliers, there's a seemingly never-ending list of startup opportunities in this emerging market, and we'll give you the tools you need to succeed.

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  • Intro
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Cannabis Business
  • Title Page
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Recognizing a Light-Bulb Moment
  • A Wide-Open Industry
  • Effort + Vision = Success
  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Cannabis and the Marijuana Industry
  • Cannabis by the Numbers
  • How We Got Here: A Bit of History
  • The "War on Drugs" and What It Means Today
  • THC and CBD
  • The Current Legal Landscape
  • Understanding Cannabis Legalization in the U.S
  • The Cannabis Market
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Intake Methods
  • The Rise of a New Paradigm
  • Intake Methods and Market Opportunities
  • Another Option: Industrial Hemp
  • Chapter 2: The First Major Decisions
  • Is This Business the Right One for You?
  • A Unique Business Model
  • The Only Constant Is Change
  • Are You Welcome?
  • To Touch or Not to Touch?
  • Picking a Subsector
  • Realistic Possibilities
  • Your Skills
  • Your Competition
  • Conduct Initial Market Research
  • Research by Talking to Investors
  • Research by Working in the Trenches
  • Chapter 3: The Initial Planning
  • Getting Started
  • The Mission Statement
  • Getting to Know the Business Plan
  • The Financial Plan
  • Tax Code 280E
  • Go-to-Market Strategies
  • Your Legal Status
  • Chapter 4: The Financing Issue
  • The Banking Problem
  • Seed Capital and Series "A" Raises
  • Valuation
  • Chapter 5: Funding Alternatives
  • Family Offices
  • Funds, Angel Investors, and Individuals
  • What Investors Want to See
  • Follow the Leaders
  • Accelerators as Unique Financers
  • The Canopy Model
  • The Gateway Model
  • Picking Mentors' Minds
  • Crowdfunding Alternatives
  • Regular Crowdfunding
  • Initial Coin Offerings
  • How to Attract Capital
  • Capital-Light Options
  • Chapter 6: The Licensing Issue
  • The Cannabis License
  • The Real Cost of a License
  • Procuring a Cannabis License
  • Surging Complexity
  • Product Licensing and Final Advice
  • Chapter 7: Setting Up Shop
  • T Minus 5: Building Your Team
  • T Minus 4: Branding Yourself
  • Crafting Your Story
  • A Good Story
  • Naming
  • A Strong Identity
  • Graphic Aspects
  • B2B Branding
  • Design on a Budget
  • T Minus 3: Getting Your Physical Location Ready for Business
  • T Minus 2: The Soft Launch
  • T Minus 1: The Final Audits
  • Chapter 8: Getting the Word Out
  • Marketing and Public Relations
  • Understanding How Public Relations Work
  • Does the Glove Fit?
  • The Importance of the Message
  • How to Reach the Media
  • Fancy a Mainstream Feature?
  • Print and Digital: Getting on High Times
  • Social Media
  • The Full Ecosystem
  • Ways to Engage Customers
  • Celebrity Endorsements
  • Chapter 9: Common Post-Startup Issues
  • Watch Your Back
  • Bankruptcy and Receivership
  • Navigating Turbulent Waters
  • Planning Ahead
  • Paying Taxes
  • Compliance: The Never-Ending Concern
  • Chapter 10: Growing and Becoming a Multilocation or Multistate Company
  • Differentiate
  • Raise More Money
  • Get More Help
  • Customer Service
  • Give Back
  • Going Multilocation
  • Going Multistate
  • Chapter 11: Get Fired Up
  • Appendix: Cannabis Business Resources
  • General Resources
  • Data Analytics Companies
  • Compliance Software
  • Family Office Experts
  • Venture Capital Funds, Angel Investing Organizations, and Private Equity Firms
  • Industry-Specific Holding Companies
  • Cannabis Business Accelerators and Incubators
  • Traditional Accelerators Accepting Cannabis Businesses
  • Cannabis Crowdfunding Platforms
  • Recommended Reads
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Cannabis-Focused Customer Engagement Firms
  • People Interviewed for this Book
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Start Your Own Business
  • Title Page
  • On Your Mark . . .
  • Part 1: Think
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Taking the Plunge: Get Ready to Be an Entrepreneur
  • Chapter 3: Good Idea!: How to Get an Idea for Your Business
  • Chapter 4: Good Timing: Should You Launch Your Business Part or Full Time?
  • Chapter 5: Build It or Buy It?: Starting a Business vs. Buying One
  • Part 2: Plan
  • Chapter 6: Choose Your Target: Defining Your Market
  • Chapter 7: If You Build It, Will They Come?: Conducting Market Research
  • Chapter 8: The Name Game: Naming Your Business
  • Chapter 9: Make It Legal: Choosing a Business Structure
  • Chapter 10: Plan of Attack: Creating a Winning Business Plan
  • Chapter 11: Call in the Pros: Hiring a Lawyer and an Accountant
  • Part 3: Fund
  • Chapter 12: All in the Family: Financing Starts with Yourself and Friends and Relatives
  • Chapter 13: Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: How to Find and Attract Investors
  • Chapter 14: Looking for Loans: The Ins and Outs of Debt Financing
  • Chapter 15: Fed Funds: How to Get Government Loans
  • Get Set
  • Part 4: Prepare
  • Chapter 16: What's Your Deal?: Negotiating Successfully by Cliff Ennico
  • Chapter 17: Site Seeking: Choosing a Location for Your Business
  • Chapter 18: Looking Good: Creating a Professional Image
  • Chapter 19: Stock Answers: The Lowdown on Inventory
  • Chapter 20: It's in the Mail: Setting Up Mailing Systems
  • Chapter 21: Charging Ahead: Offering Your Customers Credit
  • Chapter 22: Cover Your Assets: Getting Business Insurance
  • Chapter 23: Staff Smarts: Hiring Employees
  • Chapter 24: Perk Up: Setting Employee Policies and Benefits
  • Part 5: Buy
  • Chapter 25: Buyer's Guide: Business Equipment Basics
  • Chapter 26: Business 24/7: Using Technology to Boost Your Productivity
  • Chapter 27: Net Works: Building Your Company Website
  • Chapter 28: Keep in Touch: Using Technology to Stay Connected
  • Go
  • Part 6: Market
  • Chapter 29: Brand Aid: Building a Brand
  • Chapter 30: Marketing Genius: Advertising and Marketing Your Business
  • Chapter 31: Talking Points: How to Promote Your Business
  • Chapter 32: Sell It!: Effective Selling Techniques
  • Chapter 33: Now Serving: Offering Superior Customer Service
  • Part 7: Engage
  • Chapter 34: Net Sales: Online Advertising and Marketing
  • Chapter 35: Social Studies: Social Media Marketing
  • Chapter 36: Can You Relate?: Social Media Networking
  • Part 8: Profit
  • Chapter 37: Keeping Score: The Basics of Bookkeeping by J. Tol Broome Jr.
  • Chapter 38: Making a Statement: How to Create Financial Statements by J. Tol Broome Jr.
  • Chapter 39: On the Money: Effectively Managing Your Finances by J. Tol Broome Jr.
  • Chapter 40: Pay Day: How to Pay Yourself
  • Chapter 41: Tax Talk: What You Need to Know About Your Taxes by Joan Szabo
  • Appendix: Business and Government Resources
  • Glossary
  • Index
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