U.S. Cannabis Industry's Economic Impact Could Hit $130 Billion By 2024
Estimates published in the newly released Marijuana Business Factbook show the total economic impact of legal cannabis sales increasing 181 percent by 2024.
As More Brands Enter Cannabis, Retailers Charge 'Pay-to-Play' Fees For Shelf Space
Known as slotting fees, the practice requires brands to pay anywhere from $500 to $15,000 a month for premium space on cannabis retailers' shelves.
U.S. Retail Cannabis Sales On Pace To Rise 40 Percent, Eclipsing $15 Billion In 2020
Total U.S. sales could rise as high as $37 billion by 2023, Marijuana Business Daily data finds. Meanwhile, the coronavirus pandemic has thrown a huge curveball at projections.
This State Sold Record $1.4 Billion in Cannabis Last Year
Recreational marijuana sales in Colorado were up 16 percent in 2019.
How Medical Cannabis Programs Fare In States With Recreational Markets
Recreational marijuana has impacted how medical marijuana has been used, and this chart shows the effect.
Chart: Women Account for More Than a Third of Marijuana Business Executives
The percentage of women top executives in the cannabis space is still far higher than the national average for all businesses.
Research: Most U.S. Cannabis Cultivators Choose to Compete on Quality Rather Than Cost (Chart)
Many wholesale growers are focusing on cannabis quality, though market forces tend to favor those who reliably supply low-cost cannabis.