For the prospective grower that means knowing both the production side of the industry as well as the sales: you’ve got to be as good at producing pot as getting someone else to pay for it and smoke it.
The course promises to be a rigorous survey of the landscape of marijuana production and sale, educating prospective growers in everything from irrigation to marketing.
“I’ve done a lot of consulting work,” Adams says, “and one of the main issues that I see, especially in startups, is that there’s a knowledge gap between the marketing guys and the people on the ground. The people who work in the facility really need to be able to communicate with the patients and marketing side of things, and vice versa. It’s important that both sides understand each other.”
4. Build a boutique brand
She continues: “A lot of people have been growing for 20 years. That’s great. Chances are they are very knowledgeable about growing the plant. But when it comes to regulations, financials and everything to do with exchange, they have no idea how that part works.”
“A lot of people are buying marijuana,” Adams says. “There’s no doubt about that.” But does that mean the would-be marijuana seller has a built-in clientele? Not necessarily. “It’s going to be quite competitive,” she warns. “There are conglomerates who have already joined. There’s some big money involved. And I think you’re going to see a lot of it move more in that direction.”
If you’ve got a good product, you’ve got to get it into your customer’s hands and have them come back.
The solution? “We need to focus on consumer satisfaction. How do you get your messaging out to your patients? How do you retain them, make them happy, answer their questions? How do you get their loyalty?” Answering those questions, Adams says, is “how you’re going to stay in business in the end”.
As someone above said it’s all about the profit margin, don’t just try and get the best bud possible. Try and get the best DEAL possible on whatever quality bud is available. Have cheaper prices then your competitors, they make more in one sale and leave people feeling ripped off then those people become steady customers to you and you make more money over time selling as much product as possible.
would being a rip-off for a bit be an option? lol
First of all smoke less.. The reason one would feel like they’ve made nothing after buying a quarter for 50 dollars and selling it is probably because he smoked more then 2 grams and actually aquired a loss.
sorry if this question seems like common sense but i just want to get some opinions.. thanks guys
You buy a product, you add a markup, you sell for profit.I could get really technical and talk about how consuming your stock instead of selling it will lower your profit and possibly lead to loss
My advice is to forget about dealing until you can afford to attend business school ,after you finish high school of course.
ps. i dont really have trouble finding weed for myself
Buy the physical copy to show to your boys and other dealers that work under you. It’s good shit, I remember seeing a long long time ago and everything that’s in it, we’ll explain out here and expound on it.
$100-300 per ounce $1200-$4000 per pound
Barry Cooper’s Never Get Busted – Volume 2: Never Get Raided
Over a week: $300-$800
Over a Month: $3000 – $6000
Do yourself a favor. Buy this fucking DVD. If you’re dealing with more than an ounce or around that amount, buy this. Even if you just plan on it. It covers everything you’ll ever need to know to avoid Narcos, avoid getting raided and avoid the motherfucking fuzz kicking in your door. Shit is no joke. A former DEA agent flipped and lets you know all the little secrets for how he busted dudes. If you’re serious about the game, watch this and you’re already ahead of 90% of other dealers.