No matter what business you're in, pricing is always a key consideration. But when it comes to the cannabis industry, pricing can be especially tricky.
There are countless factors to consider, from regulatory compliance to supply and demand. In this week's episode Chip outlines some of the most important considerations when setting prices for cannabis products and services.
You'll learn how to price your product or service so that you can win in the competitive cannabis market!
We all know that humans are irrational creatures. And as such, pricing a product can be just as much an art form than it is science! So, we'll also break down the psychological side of how to price your products so you get more sales.
Plus, we'll have our "News of The Day" segment.
Want to learn more about anything discussed in this week's episode? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let's discuss!
What to listen to next:
Episode 07 - How to Build and Sell Your Cannabusiness Like A Boss
Episode 01 - The 10 Reasons Why Investors Pass on Investing in Your Cannabis Business
Episode 13 - Avoid These 5 Mistakes In Setting Up Your Cannabis Company
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