Hall of Flowers Season 3 was notable for so many things we’ve already covered, but the main question we keep on getting is, “how did the dispensary run so efficiently?” How were hour-plus waits of Season 2 replaced by a fast-moving in-and-out experience? By combining the operational expertise of Garden of Eden with the power of the SellTreez and BrandTreez platforms, we were able to easily accomplish our three main goals: quick checkout and fulfillment, seamless and automated compliance, and accurate data capture.
Hall of Flowers has changed the game for cannabis brands. Everybody knows that. But did you know at Hall of Flowers Season 3, the debut of BrandTreez changed the cannabis data world forever? For the first time in history, point of sale (POS) data was combined with brand-managed data, providing insights lightyears beyond anything the industry has ever seen. Suddenly, the demographics and sales volume of different brands, product types, strains, effects, ingredients, terpenes, and so much more were at our fingertips. But enough about the promise of BrandTreez. We’re issuing a formal *nerd alert* as we dive right in to the data that powers the platform.
Everybody knows 420 is the biggest day of the year in cannabis, right? Wrong. This year, Hall of Flowers, the nation’s largest brand expo, blew it out of the water. So how did the holiest of high holidays take a back seat to the brand event people are calling the Cannes of Cannabis? We’ll let the numbers do the talking.
Since ushering in adult-use in California, the annual 4/20 holiday will go down as one of the industry’s biggest retail days ever. In an effort to maintain the momentum gained, we’re excited to announce a variety of new features to help you work faster and provide your customers with an even better shopping experience.
January 1, 2018… the date everyone in the industry was waiting and waiting and waiting on has become somewhat of the boogie man. Not everyone understands it. How does it look? How does it feel? What does it mean for me and my business? For the purpose of our discussion, January 1 should be interpreted as the date your business enters into the state-regulated market.