The upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada will soon unlock an unexploited market estimated by Deloitte to be worth up to 8.7 billion dollars of base retail market value. TokeOut’s objective is to seize this unprecedented opportunity by creating a mobile-app, connecting users to local government-licensed cannabis stores with the touch of a button, and delivering the product within 30 minutes. The primary market for this service will be frequent users seeking the convenience of delivery after the closure of unlicensed dispensaries. Many branches of government should also be interested in the potential of an on-demand delivery service in limiting the cases of cannabis-related impaired driving, which research from Colorado suggests become more common with legalization. Furthermore, the over 230,000 registered medical marijuana users registered by Health Canada would greatly benefit from the convenience of an on-demand delivery service, particularly those with a severe illness or p...
The upcoming legalization of cannabis in Canada will soon unlock an unexploited market estimated by Deloitte to be worth up to 8.7 billion dollars of base retail market value. TokeOut’s objective is to seize this unprecedented opportunity by creating a mobile-app, connecting users to local government-licensed cannabis stores with the touch of a button, and delivering the product within 30 minutes. The primary market for this service will be frequent users seeking the convenience of delivery after the closure of unlicensed dispensaries. Many branches of government should also be interested in the potential of an on-demand delivery service in limiting the cases of cannabis-related impaired driving, which research from Colorado suggests become more common with legalization. Furthermore, the over 230,000 registered medical marijuana users registered by Health Canada would greatly benefit from the convenience of an on-demand delivery service, particularly those with a severe illness or physical impairment.
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