Think for a moment about what does the word valuable mean for you and your cannabis business? Maybe it’s a business you can pass along to your kids or other family members? Maybe it’s one that you can use as a platform to acquire other cannabis businesses in different markets or geographies, or as a means to vertically integrate.
Often when we talk about a valuable cannabis business we’re talking about one that’s a million dollar business. In this week's episode, Chip talks about what’s so special about owning a million dollar cannabis business and why it's so important if you're thinking about exiting your business someday.
And, we'll talk about a key consideration for you in creating that truly valuable business. Plus, Chip answers listener questions and we've got our "News of The Day" segment.
What to listen to next:
Episode 07 - How to Build and Sell Your Cannabusiness Like A Boss
Episode 12 - Nine Tips To Create a Valuable, Resilient and Scalable Cannabis Business
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