The law of supply and demand takes on outsized importance, to the detriment of thinner wallets
Jostling for position and influence are the disadvantaged candidates, existing industry participants, and municipalities
There’s always been delivery, but this is how regulated Home Delivery Operators will work
In this third part of the series, our focus turns to the controversial Marijuana Delivery Operator, the licensee that will receive and fulfill consumer orders.
The handwriting on the wall was clear, COVID had changed buying habits, and more consumers were opting for home delivery—and that behavior would easily translate to cannabis
The long road to the controversial new cannabis license class.
In forecasting what’s coming next regarding the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), it is important to understand the lending environment. We thought it might be helpful to look at the lender’s role, why there may have been so much lender confusion.
Nearly three-quarters of the loans went to the smallest of companies—those needing $150,000 or less. While slightly more than a quarter of a point of these loans went to the big players, those big borrowers took slightly more than 9% of the available funds.
At reported application rates, the $349 billion will be gone within a few weeks, and even if an additional $251 billion is approved by Congress, it is unlikely that will last past the first week of May. Once lenders have completed issuing these loans, expect them to turn their attention to the forgiveness with a fine-tooth comb.
This is a sequel to the popular articles: “COVID-19 Crash Course for Small Biz Payroll Protection Plan Applicants,” “A Quick, Easy Update on the CARES Act,” and “CARES Act Potholes”