Estimates that the industry could yield $1.2 billion per year for the state of California.

1. A job in the industry

Check classified ads for on sites like for local and nation cannabis jobs. This is a quick and easy way to get started in the industry and build relationships. check our site for local cannabis stores. This way is free and is an easy way to get stared in the cannabis business.

2. Entrepreneurship

Instead of merely applying for a job, why not go about trying to create some? The marijuana market is like any other. Start a cannabis delivery business.  place an ad on different website on the net and with local classified sites. Make sure you go through all the local legal regulations before getting started. Place store with product with pictures on quality websites. The cost is minimal as some site will let you place a free listing. Then watch you cannabis business grow.

3. Investing

Would you rather sit back and let your money do all the work? If you have some capital, there are those in the cannabis industry who would like to use it. And hopefully, provide you with a good passive return. The big caveat here is that the marijuana industry is still in its infancy — the gestation period, really — and the chances of explosive growth over the next decade are looking very good. There are individuals who are investing as little as $100 and getting 10 times returns. Image if you held on to that stock for 10 years? The ability to make money in the cannabis business is unbelievable!

  1. I want to start the business but I don’t know where to start from

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  3. You made some excellent recommendations for getting started in the Cannabis business. I have another one for ya. Perhaps the easiest way of all. Direct selling. CBD companies like CTFO and Hempworks allow people to join their business program and earn commission from direct and indirect sales. CTFO is actually free to signup right now.

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