One of the most interesting phenomenon you’ll ever see with entrepreneurs is called the "hub-and-spoke" owner. A natural attribute among successful entrepreneurs, it's similar to being in the middle of your business like a hub is in a bicycle wheel.
The hub-and-spoke model is helpful for founders to get their cannabis companies up-and-running. At the same time, because acquirers generally avoid hub-and-spoke managed businesses, Chip talks in this week's episode about the nine ways to know if you're a hub-and-spoke owner and how to address it.
And, he shares why if you choose to address this model you can make your cannabis business more valuable and easier to run even if you never want to sell it.
Plus, we'll discuss listener feedback and have our "News of The Day" segment.
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What to listen to next:
Episode 12 - Nine Tips To Create a Valuable, Resilient and Scalable Cannabis Business
Episode 14 - Here's What's So Important About a $1 Million Cannabis Business
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