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Start & Run a Marijuana Dispensary or Pot Shop

Wherever it is Legal!

by Jay Currie

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list price: $22.95
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ISBN:9781770402621
publisher: Self-Counsel Press
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As laws change, North Americans are gaining greater legal access to marijuana through local dispensaries. But the rise of the dispensary brings a mountain of challenges. This book treats the fledging industry as a serious prospect and identifies the best practices to start and run a dispensary. From business basics to ensure sufficient cash flow, to science basics to ensure proper sourcing and care of the products, author Jay Currie walks dispensary owners through the important and subtle steps to a successful and sustainable business. 'Start and Run a Marijuana Dispensary or Pot Shop' is a guide to create a business model and an operating plan to legally dispense marijuana and its related products.

About the Author
Jay Currie’s primary focus is writing and consulting – both journalism focused on the junior resource sector and content for various private and listed companies. Currie has spent a good part of the last decade creating Internet and social media-aware marketing solutions for resource companies, media companies and software/service providers. Prior to that he wrote and edited magazines and has a strong background in business, law and the arts. Jay has a strong overall background in business, law and the arts.
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