Many of the best opportunities for success in the cannabis industry are in emerging markets. Getting established early in a newly regulated state could enable you to become a dominant player in your region. If you attempt to enter a market later in the licensing process, the prospects for your business may diminish significantly.
At AmeriCann, we can help you identify the most promising markets and help you navigate and obtain a valuable license. Additionally, we can provide a comprehensive set of services and the capital to help you succeed once you obtain a license.
What is the Preferred Partner Program?
AmeriCann, Inc. develops, owns and supports advanced cannabis facilities. In an effort to advance the quality of cannabis and to promote greater access for patients and consumers, AmeriCann has initiated the AmeriCann Preferred Partner Program. We support local businesses that seek to serve cannabis patients and consumers in their communities.
AmeriCann does not currently cultivate, process, distribute or sell cannabis. Rather, we assist local partners to obtain licenses, to cultivate cannabis and to provide important access to patients and consumers. The company provides an essential set of resources including advanced cultivation facilities and access to a team of experts.
John Ray, managing partner of 4900 Jackson, LLC: “The combination of services that AmeriCann provided our company – cannabis expertise in conjunction with significant capital, is unprecedented in this industry.”
He added that, “Not only did AmeriCann provide a significant loan of $1,000,000 that will help us meet the growing needs of our patients, but we have ongoing access to the company’s team of experts. This has already helped us improve the efficiency of our operations.” Sept 2014
AmeriCann formed an alliance with BASK as a Preferred Partner in Massachusetts in 2016 and BASK is scheduled to be the first business to operate in AmeriCann’s Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center (“MMCC”). This alliance makes AmeriCann the only publicly traded company that has an operating partnership with an open dispensary in the Massachusetts market.
“We have been developing our expansion plans with the support of AmeriCann and the innovation and scale of the Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center will position our companies for tremendous growth,” said Chapman Dickerson, CEO of BASK. June 2018