Cannabis Retail Consulting

How You Can Handle Complaints in a Cannabis Retail Ontario Store

In business, keeping your current customers is just as important as attracting new ones. In fact, according to the Harvard Business Review, it can cost five to 25 times more…
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Pests and Plant Diseases Those in Cannabis Careers Should Watch Out For

When working with plants, pests and disease are always a concern. For professionals in the cannabis industry, it’s important to be familiar with the ones that threaten cannabis plants, in…
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What Does Cannabis Consulting Entail?

If you pursue owning or managing a business in your cannabis career, you will be interested to know ways that you can improve and make your company better. You will…
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Micro Cultivation and How it Might Play into Your Cannabis Career

Craft products and small batch production has become more popular in recent decades, from microbreweries full of interesting beer to small coffee roasters pushing quality over quantity. Customers enjoy products…
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What to Expect in Cannabis Quality Assurance Careers

In a tightly regulated industry such as cannabis, quality assurance is an integral element. Without it, pinpointing trouble areas or finding the cause of an issue can be nearly impossible….
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3 Things to Know About Topicals if You Want an Ontario Dispensary Licence

With topicals now legal in Canada, the Ontario cannabis industry is ready to adapt to the changes that come with new products and regulations. If you’re working or studying to…
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Supply Chain Facts and What They Mean for AGCO Cannabis Careers

Supply chains can be categorized into upstream, midstream, and downstream components. Canada’s cannabis industry is made up of: Growers, cultivators, and producers (upstream) Distributors (midstream) Retailers (downstream) To protect consumers,…
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How to Deal with Change in Cannabis Industry Careers

Recreational cannabis became legal for sale on October 17, 2018 in Canada under the Cannabis Act. The very short time that has passed since legalization means that the industry is…
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What Cannabis Quality Assurance Students Should Know About Audits

Audits from Health Canada and third parties prevent companies from relying solely on internal teams to judge quality. If internal assessments are all that a company has, standards can fall….
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What Cannabis 2.0 Means for AGCO Cannabis Dispensaries

Cannabis 2.0 brings with it edibles and concentrates, legal for sale in the Canadian market, as of October 17th, 2019. As this introduces new products, it will naturally change the…
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