Heading to the DispensaryNext Expo in Portland, OR next week? If so you’re in for a treat! Our own VP of Retail, Stephen Spinosa, is the opening Key Note speaker. His presentation “From Waiting Room to High End Retail Experience: How Dispensary Culture has Changed from 2009 to Now” is going to touch on everything from the pre-legalization culture to what we should see in 2016.
Steve will share his knowledge and expertise on:
- How to transition your store from a medical dispensary to a high-end retail store
• Creative ways to gain loyal consumers and bring in new consumers
• Education techniques for both consumers and employees
Steve will explain how three major components of retail can make or break the business in this booming industry; the quality of product, the importance of culture, and the process behind a solid retail front. These are the foundations Good Chemistry is built on. Without a quality product to stand on, it will be rough to sustain a business in an industry that is growing rapidly day-by-day. Good Chemistry prides itself on remarkable, high-quality cannabis products. We wouldn’t be where we are today if Good Chemistry Nurseries didn’t take such pride in the flower we grow. Our extensive daily flower menu includes our exclusive strains Ingrid and Mr. Good Chem, and our highly acclaimed Sour Diesel, Blue Dream, OGer, Durban Poison and many others. We also offer an assortment of edibles, pre-rolled joints, bubble hash, and our new solvent-less rosin. Because we believe we are leading the way, every strain is priced at $30 per 1/8, every day. We do not have pricing tiers or shelf tiers. Just a great product at a great price.
Culture not only helps keep employees happy, but it is a big part of the industry itself. The Good Chemistry culture can be seen behind the scenes and from the retail space itself, making it an important piece of our business.
And lastly, the retail process is a huge component to having a successful cannabis business. Without processes such as education and training, inventory tracking, and compliance, you cannot run your cannabis operation legally.
We look forward to seeing you in Portland next week! Make sure to go to Stephen’s Key Note presentation on Monday, February 1 at 10:00 am!