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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 to acquire a new customer than to retain a current one. So, if you’re thinking about getting into cannabis retail in Ontario, you need to make sure your customers are happy. However, no matter how well you run your retail store, you’re bound to encounter customer complaints from time to time. Knowing how to handle these complaints goes a long way towards retaining customers—and towards giving your business a reputation.. READ MORE »

2 Things to Know About Grinding Cannabis If You Want to Become a Cannabis Retailer

Grinding cannabis is important and allows for even burning. If you want to apply for a cannabis retail licence, read on to learn more about cannabis grinding!

3 Facts About Why Terpenes Matter If You Want to Apply for a Cannabis Retail Licence

Terpenes are fragrant oils that give cannabis its scent. These oils aren’t just found in cannabis—they are all over nature in a variety of plants, for the purposes of luring pollinators and repelling predators. Most commonly, terpenes are found in coniferous plants, which are: Evergreen trees like pine, hemlock, and spruce Have needle leaves Feature seed-bearing cones Terpenes secrete chemical compounds and are what create unique smells in fruits and vegetables, flowers, and herbs. How a plant smells is determined by: The number of terpenes in it The variety of terpenes that it has Which types of terpenes are most.. READ MORE »

A Quick Introduction to Cannabis Anatomy for Those Who Want to Become a Cannabis Distributor

Cannabis plants have beautiful features, with dramatic fan leaves and tiny crystals covering their buds. For anyone working with these plants, anatomy is a part of understanding quality, function, and how to determine the sex of the plant. Potent cannabis plants for consumption come from female plants. Male plants, which pollinate the females, are not consumed as cannabis products, but serve the purpose of breeding new strains. Hermaphrodite plants can emerge due to environmental stress, producing both male and female flowers. These plants need to be removed from the grow. Factors on stress include: Timing of pruning Lighting Irrigation Read.. READ MORE »

What to Know About the Endocannabinoid System If You’re in Cannabis Retail Training

Each person’s body contains an endocannabinoid system. It’s a complex system that is just beginning to be understood, having only been discovered a few short decades ago. In fact, it was first discovered in the 1980s, and only found in the human body during the 1990s. While much work and research is still needed to fully comprehend the endocannabinoid system, there are several aspects that we currently understand. Read on to learn a little more about why these discoveries are so important. The Edocannabinoid System Explained for Students in Cannabis Retail Training For those interested in cannabis retail training, it’s.. READ MORE »

Want an Ontario Dispensary Licence? Here Are 3 Types of Cannabis You Can (and Can’t) Sell

Wondering what cannabis products can legally be sold at stores in Ontario? Here’s a brief guide for anyone who wants to apply for a cannabis retail licence.

4 Common Challenges to Address as You Apply for a Cannabis Retail Licence

While recreational cannabis was legalized across Canada in October, the first brick-and-mortar cannabis retail stores in Ontario won’t launch until April 1, 2019. That means if you want to be among the first cannabis retailers in Ontario, you still have time. In 2017, Canadians spent $3 billion on cannabis, more than what we spend on tobacco and about the same as we spend on beer. Clearly, cannabis represents a significant and rare business opportunity for ambitious entrepreneurs. However, cannabis sales are tightly regulated and to get started in this industry you will need to have the required government licences. Here.. READ MORE »

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