“We try to be agile all the time because we know these changes are coming,” said Rachael Speegle, CEO of the Verdes Foundation.
The Verdes Foundation, which has stores in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque, expects the market to grow five times as much as it does now. You are already preparing for new customers.
“We are expanding everything from our cultivation facilities to our manufacturing and our throughput in making products from cannabis. We are also adding new pharmacies and increasing our staff in our pharmacies,” said Speegle.
Speegle said they are making these changes now so that they will be up and running on day one. She also said that they were ready.
“There are some legislators who are unwilling to deal with the Chamber because they represent private interests instead. And I think that’s a real factor in the collapse of this year’s legislation, and why did we have to spend more time and money now? “, She said.
Speegle hopes lawmakers will pay particular attention to safety, regulating home growth, and engaging industry leaders in making decisions related to legislation.