Biz Plans, License, SOP's


Business Plan
Clients can select from an abridged or unabridged version of a customized, formal Business Plan that can be used throughout the business lifecycle and/or submitted in license applications in any market.  Production of the document requires a full review and discovery of the respective market regulations and any relevant materials that the client possesses. Executive Summary documents are extrapolated from the Business Plan, and they include but are not limited to the following topics: SWOT analysis; team; key metrics; operations plan; compliance; use of funds; economics; capital structure; target market; competition; sales & marketing; pro forma; valuation; financial ratios; exit strategy; board and advisors; strategic partnerships; growth strategy; governance; sensitivity analysis; risk management; regulatory issues; investor relations. Deliverables included.

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) 
Our proprietary set of Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) are categorized like a user manual and step-by-step guide to operating a marijuana business, which is complete with pictures, numbered steps, diagrams, charts, examples, and log sheets. The SOPs are organized by function (i.e. cultivation, extraction, dispensary) and contain detailed instructions for every area of the cannabis operation at a granular level. Cultivation SOPs, for example, include sections like: transplanting; vegetative growth stage; cloning; operating trim machines; integrated pest management (“IPM”); electronic manifests; product recalls; product transfers; reporting; record retention; logs and checklists; hazardous materials; crisis management; food safety; contamination; industrial hygiene; equipment maintenance; utilities management; seed-to-sale systems; responsible vendors; fiduciary duties; human resources; waste disposal. These highly valuable documents have been drafted and refined over years of implementation across multiple cannabis markets, and we go to great lengths to protect them. We will present, train, coordinate, monitor, and assist in the implementation of SOPs as needed.