My job title was a Store Opening Site Manager, and what I did was to make sure the newest dispensary for my employer opened up with no problems.
Opening a cannabis dispensary is not a small amount of work, so I learned to handle the paperwork, filing for permits, surprising construction, and hiring of staff.
Over the course of three years I helped to open twelve different dispensaries, and I learned a lot. I learned so much, in fact, that soon after I resigned, and went to work for a cannabis dispensary consulting firm instead, and started making twice the money! Now I do the same job that I used to, only as a hired gun, so to speak. I handle the volumes of paperwork needed for the recreational marijuana business permit service, which saves people weeks worth of wait time. Any kind of business consulting can be valuable to a new business, but this is such a specialized market it is very hard to find people who do what I do. In the last six months I am aware of three other dispensary consulting firms opening up, so I know the market is growing, but it is still a very small niche. Even if you don’t hire a marijuana consulting service, I encourage you to reach out and make contact with one to see what they can offer you. Even if you don’t sign on as a client, they could still offer you tips on marijuana business permit services, which is one the biggest hurdles you will ever face.