Medical Marijuana Consultants
Licensing, Business Development & Facility Design
How can Canna Advisors help you?
Medical marijuana is considered the fastest-growing industry in the United States. The potential for sales as well as ancillary businesses surrounding the growing, manufacturing and distribution of cannabis is enormous and being expanded by legitimate research, new regulations and medical breakthroughs.
The first step in starting a medical marijuana business is often to win a license in your state. It is typically a complex application process, similar to a giant government RFP, reviewed in every detail, and requiring an expert understanding of not only the process, but all the design, security, cultivation, distribution, labeling, packaging and tracking details of compliance.
Canna Advisors is committed to helping you get your license application approved – and then assisting you in all the particulars of getting your operation up and running as quickly as possible. Using our personal experience, expertise and proven methods, you can avoid many of the costly pitfalls and maximize your return on investment.
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What our clients say
The Canna Advisor team helped us review millions of square feet of warehouse inventory and identify the best cultivation solution for our application in Massachusetts. Their hands-on, practical experience in the cannabis industry also assisted our team with building relationships with local officials.
Applying for and obtaining your local and state licenses is your first hurdle to starting your own cannabis business.
We have partnered with subject-matter experts who can contribute to your success along with our own advisors who have already built operations, installed the required processes and won licenses in multiple states.
One area where Canna Advisors outshines the rest is in facility design and construction. We have in-house experts in cannabis cultivation and a background in commercial construction and development.
The marijuana industry is new. There may not be reliable financial statements to analyze, you may not know what credentials or experience the management needs, or what regulations may impact your investment.