Cannabis Delivery Evolves


No longer is cannabis delivery necessarily a call to a black market dealer.  Legalization and entrepreneurial innovation are making cannabis consumption more convenient, which is likely expanding the market to different demographics.  CNET, which published a trio of articles on the cannabis industry, explored the rapidly changing delivery business model, looking at Flash Buds, SpeedWeed, Nugg, Eaze, Meadow, CleverTree and Fruitful.

Eaze might be the front-runner in this growing field. The startup got $1.5 million in backing in 2014 and another $10 million this year, making it the best-funded cannabis delivery company in the San Francisco Bay area. Eaze now has 50 employees, up from 13 when it launched in July 2014. It’s also recruited thousands of blue T-shirted “brand ambassadors,” who pass out promo codes and get a commission for every customer they sign up.

According to the article, Meadow is likely the closest rival, though neither company discloses revenue.

Read Brett Murphy’s “Need weed? Now you can get pot delivered to your door”:

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