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April 5, 2022

How Being Like The Swiss Can Make Your Cannabis Business More Valuable


You probably already know that a customer or employee dependency can undermine the value of your cannabis business, but have you ever stopped to think how one of your suppliers could also lead to a valuation drop if you ever want to sell your business?

In our study of over 55,000 business and thousands of actual transactions, we know that acquirers want to invest in businesses that inoculate themselves against danger. And, being dependent on a supplier can be a risk.

So in this week's episode, Chip talks about why being like Switzerland can make your cannabis business more valuable and how to achieve that neutral independence.

Plus, we'll have our "News of The Day" segment.

Want the complimentary e-book, "The 4 Degrees of Delegation" we discussed in this episode? Just send an e-mail to chip@thegreenleafcpa.com and we'll get it right over to you!

What to listen to next:
Episode 10 - The 5 Things You Absolutely Must Do Before You Even Think About Selling Your Company
Episode 13 - Avoid These 5 Mistakes In Setting Up Your Cannabis Company

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