Category: Business

Has CBD jumped the shark?

April 21st, 2020

Over the past few years, the number of CBD-related products has increased, seemingly, exponentially. And while the various tinctures, topicals and edibles have become commonplace, there have been a few items that have made us wonder if perhaps the CBD market has jumped the shark, so to speak. Let’s start…

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Presentation Matters

April 21st, 2020

Packaging is the ambassador of a product. Everything from the shape of the package to the colors, fonts and copy should convey the goals of the product and reflect the interests of the target demographic. In an industry as crowded as CBD, packaging could be the factor that propels one…

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Labeling Accuracy

April 21st, 2020

Since the first CBD products began hitting the mass market several years ago, there have been questions about whether they actually contained the amount of cannabidiol listed on the packaging. Numerous studies over the years have shown that many products fall well short of the listed CBD, and some even…

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Bang for the Buck

April 21st, 2020

Anybody who’s ever shopped for, or sold, CBD products at retail knows there’s a tremendous price disparity between the highest priced brands and the lowest priced — even within similar product categories, such as tinctures. In analyzing data from about 1,600 CBD oils on the market, CBD Validator CEO Robert…

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CBD at Retail

April 21st, 2020

In many ways, manufacturers and consumer demand remain well ahead of government regulators when it comes to CBD and CBD-infused products, creating some confusion in the marketplace and forcing retailers to decide if they should sell CBD products and if so, which ones. Current regulations allow for the sale of…

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Demand for CBD

April 17th, 2020

Ingredient du jour or something more lasting?

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CBD Market | Fitness Supplements

April 17th, 2020

It’s painful to read, but the United States has one of the highest obesity rates in the world. As a hyper-industrial society that’s obsessed with celebrities, social media and has a bit of a weight problem, it comes as no surprise that the U.S. has the largest fitness market in…

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CBD Market | Beverages

April 17th, 2020

The beverage industry is possibly the most ubiquitous market that CBD could possibly enter. Everyone drinks a beverage of some sort; it’s a fundamental human necessity, and CBD beverage companies are racing to capitalize on every opportunity. The U.S. beverage market neared $180 billion in retail sales in 2018, which…

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CBD Markets | Skin Care

April 17th, 2020

With skin being the largest organ in the human body, it makes sense that skin care would be a massive industry — one with a market value of $134.8 billion and an estimated compound annual growth rate of 4.4%, according to Grand View Research. Sales in the U.S. accounted for…

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CBD Market | Pet products

April 17th, 2020

Considering pets can be found in 67% of American households and the pet products industry has grown annually by roughly $2.77 billion since 1994, it’s not surprising to see so many CBD businesses pursuing the pet demographic. In addition to foods and over-the-counter tinctures, manufacturers are finding an assortment of…

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Marijuana has always been a hot commodity, albeit a taboo one, but regardless of whether the market is recreational, medical, grey or black, the product has never been a tough sell. Now more than ever cannabis is in the mainstream and public demand has spread from millennials to baby-boomers. But alongside the demand for product comes the demand for producers, retailers, processors and hundreds of ancillary businesses that have long-existed as packaging suppliers, design firms, soil producers and countless other roles that could easily transition to the new industry.

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Growing cannabis, as it turns out, isn’t the hardest part of operating in the new industry. The appeal of the new industry has depleted plenty of bank accounts and 401ks from enthusiasts who never thought the day would come when cannabis could be legally bought and sold. Believing that the plant would remain underground isn’t the greatest oversight, but opening a business in one of the most regulated industries without any preparation or experience could be aptly described as “disastrous.”

Marijuana Venture is the densest, monthly magazine dedicated to those brave individuals who are willing to walk along the bleeding edge of legalization and help normalize cannabis businesses.  Every issue is packed with useful articles that help business owners navigate through their specific recreational and medical markets.

Part of what makes Marijuana Venture successful was the editorial decision to keep valuable content as the number on driving force behind each issue. While many other magazines have followed the Internet’s “quick and digestible” model, Marijuana Venture has opted to boycott cartoony graphics and “top 5” lists out of the magazine in order to keep long-form articles with actual useful information for current and potential business owners. The decision has earned the magazine both critical and public acclaim.

Every month Marijuana Venture provides solutions for industry business owners. Drawing answers from experts across the globe to contribute original content that cannot be found anywhere else. Marijuana Venture was built to satiate the needs of licensed marijuana business owners regardless of what state, county or city they operate from. The magazine features articles on the following:

Marijuana Venture is an award-winning, nationally distributed magazine dedicated to helping marijuana business owners stay legal and profitable. MarijuanaVenture.com takes the articles on all of the above and more from the monthly publication and re-publishes them for growers searching for an online-hub of reliable information.

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