Our Executive Summary outlines the opportunity ahead for potential medical marijuana dispensary operators in Nevada
In this summary you will find information about the Kind Clinics business plan for the Nevada medical marijuana dispensary market. Kind Clinics assists with all aspects associated with applying for, opening, and operating a legal and compliant medical marijuana dispensary in the state of Nevada.
This summary is intended to provide potential future medical marijuana dispensary owners with the most accurate and detailed market research on the Nevada market. This information is designed to help you make an educated and informed decision on pursuing a business opportunity in this budding industry.
This document includes:
- What is the Medicine Dispensing System? (MDS)
- Projected Sales Numbers Compared
- Positive Factors for Dispensary Applicants
- Chooses Who Gets a License
- How Our Company Can Make a Difference
- The Costs of an Nevada Medical Marijuana Dispensary
- The Costs of Starting, Owning & Operating a Medical Marijuana Dispensary
- Financial Analysis with Sample Profit & Loss
Application for a Nevada dispensary
Under Bill 374, Nevada medical marijuana dispensary applicants are going to be required to pay a minimum fee of $5,000.00 for a a license. As it stands, the amendment is calling for three dispensaries in Washoe County and one in every other county except for Clark, where ten are being called for.
Selected applicants are also going to have to pay $5,000.00 per year to renew their license in addition to a license issuance fee of $20,000.00. There will be very limited opportunity for entrepreneurs that are interested in becoming a dispensary operator. It will be paramount that applicants have assistance preparing an application that will give them the best chance at success if selected in the lottery.
Kind Clinics will help you develop plans, complete applications, select your site, design your facility, and coordinate construction after approval from Nevada community leaders and zoning officials.
Dispensaries will only accommodate registered medical marijuana patients.
Caregivers, in addition to registered patients will be able the only ones allowed to purchase marijuana from a Nevada dispensary. In order to obtain a state approved medical marijuana card, patients and caregivers must first get a prescription from an approved physician stating the patient is being treated for a serious illness or chronic disease such as cancer, glaucoma, or HIV. Patients are also required to pay a $50.00 application fee for the card to the state of Nevada which has issued approximately 3400 cards to date.
If you are interested in opening and operating a dispensary please do not wait, contact us today. The market in Nevada to open a dispensary is going to be unlike any other and will be fiercely competitive. Allowing Kind Clinics to help you navigate through every step of the process involved with applying for, to opening and operating a dispensary will give you the best chance at success.
How the Medbox dispensing system will work for Nevada medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Medbox machine, stationed behind-the-counter, will allow future dispensary operators to document that the user has the proper authority (physician’s recommendation or age requirement in recreational usages). Each transaction is tracked internally for accounting and compliance purposes. Consumer information is all kept securely on site and is not online as the software is completely self-supportive and does not require an internet connection. The Medbox dispensing machine will be at the control of the dispensary/retail employee as an inventory management and compliance tool.
Connect with me on Google Plus at +Bruce Bedrick DC