As mergers and acquisitions are rapidly occurring in the Marijuana industry on daily basis, if you have a facility or operation and you are being courted by a larger conglomerate that is interested in either acquiring your business or is commencing talks about a merger and acquisition, there are some key points that you should keep in your outline for consideration and talking points during negotiations. In our experience, the tips outlined below are the most common considerations that clients must analyze in order to make a determination about whether the deal presented is truly worth materializing.
What considerations before designing your facility’s HVAC System will help avoid additional costs and challenges as you aim for scalability in your grow?
One of the biggest questions our clients face in the design and construction of a cultivation facility concerns the HVAC system and which type of system choices will provide the most efficiency, potential for scaling the operation up and be the best financial option to meet the facility’s needs now and later. This is an especially important consideration in Michigan, where we have the joy of four true weather seasons every year, but also the challenges of maintaining as close to a homeostatic environment as possible to ensure that the agriculture being produced is consistent, manageable and does not yield unwanted results as the end of the maturation cycle in all seasons.
Short answer: The MMFLA regulates the medical market, is fully established and has final rules in place. The MRTMA is still a work in progress. The statutory language is finalized, but we have no rules yet and no processes for implementation.
The marijuana industry in Michigan is getting more popular by the day. Investors recognize the potential it holds to create massive business opportunities. Among the many possible business ideas, a commercial growing company is one of the top picks. With this idea, you’ll start a Michigan marijuana business that grows marijuana and can also distribute it.
With the launch of the retail industry for marijuana currently ongoing, there’s a constant stream of news relating to the industry coming out of Michigan. It’s now been stated that the word ‘marihuana’, which the state has used most commonly in the past to refer to the drug, is now being retired. Instead, it will now be called ‘marijuana’ in most cases.
The Michigan marijuana industry is proving to be very interesting at the moment. There are more and more medical marijuana businesses popping up at all times, and it’s becoming a highly profitable business idea.
If you’re interested in investing in this market and starting a business of your own, then here are a few critical points that you must consider:
One of the most lucrative emerging sectors for investors and entrepreneurs right now is the marijuana industry. As more and more US states, including Michigan, legalise the drug for medicinal and recreational use, it’s becoming clear that the demand out there needs to be supplied. But how can you get on board and make some money? There are numerous ways to invest in the Michigan marijuana industry, and we’re going to discuss some of the best options today, so read on to find out more.
As many business owners are already aware, Proposition One has passed, and the ownership and use of recreational marijuana are officially legal as of December 6, 2018. Many anticipate that this will further stimulate the growth of the marijuana industry in the state and are looking to get their license to grow marijuana for personal or commercial purposes. But what do you need to know about obtaining a Michigan grower’s license?
The cannabis industry is still in its infancy. Not necessarily a “cottage industry” but certainly not nearly as advanced as many agriculturally dependent business marketplaces. However, that infancy has not led to a low-cost entry point when trying plan a commercial marijuana start-up. Equipment is expensive, renovations are often complex and costly because in many cases municipalities limit commercial marijuana businesses to industrial zones, occupied by old factories, which need a lot of work to bring them in line with their new purpose.
Short answer, yes. However, there are plenty of things you can do to help make the process easier. That’s where Hunter Green Consulting Group comes into play. Rather than talking about making things easier, though, this article focuses on some of the hurdles that investors and cannabis business owners face in almost every market where commercial licenses in the marijuana industry are available. Whether you are interested in a cultivation license, a processing and manufacturing license, or a retail sector license, there are some hurdles common to all of these license types that are important to understand.