Today, we are lucky to have The BC Bud Co. CEO Brayden Sutton with us. During the last year, the company has reported impressive growth and we believe the business is in the middle of a major growth cycle. We are of the opinion that The BC Bud Co. is flying under the radar and hope this interview can help answer the questions that our readers have.
- Can you please tell our readers about The BC Bud Co. and the assets that are owned by the business?
- The BC Bud Co is a house of brands aimed to deliver a standard of products to the recreational cannabis market that is consistent with the term BC BUD and the quality synonymous with the term. Currently, the assets owned by the business are the brands that continue to drive consumer awareness in a fragmented market. Brands continue to show their value as several companies recently have acquired groups brands, closing their facilities to utilize their SKU’s and relationships in provincial markets.
- During the last year, The BC Bud Co. has reported strong growth. What has been the most important growth drivers for the business?
- The most important growth drivers to date have been brand health which continues to bring organic growth and increase brand awareness. We aim to match the quality we desire as consumers and operators with a price point that reciprocates the quality. We view this is an important factor given the instability and inconsistency of the legal market to date.
- When it comes to The BC Bud Co., the strength of the management team stands out as a key attribute. Can you tell us about the leadership team and its track record?
- The leadership team comes with cannabis experience that dates back to medical cannabis legalization in Canada. Brayden Sutton has been part of several highly influential companies in North America including Supreme, Aurora, Origin House and 1933 Industries. Marc Lustig has been involved in countless cannabis companies including Cresco Labs, IMCannabis, Pharmacello, Planet 13. Mr. Lustig sold Origin House to Cresco Labs for $1.1 Billion in one of the premier cannabis sales to date worldwide.
- What are the most significant potential catalysts for The BC Bud Co?
- The most significant catalysts for The BC Bud Co is the opportunity to acquire assets that compliment the company without taking on debt and high burn rates, something the company currently doesn’t have.
- Although Canada’s cannabis market has faced several challenges, The BC Bud Co. has continued to record strong growth. Can you tell us about the company’s growth strategy?
- Continue to bring select products to market and expand distribution outside the 6 provinces we currently sell into. Look into licensing opportunities outside of Canada
- Over the next year, how do you see the business evolving and what should our readers be aware of?
- Now that we have a sales team nationwide talking about the brand, we see our next year with increased retail presence, Quebec and Maritime entry, new genetics/cultivars to the market and increased direct delivery program for BC.
- How is The BC Bud Co. different from other Canadian cannabis operators?
- The BC Bud Co is more than 72% owned by management, something very difficult to find within public companies. Operators that understand the products and vet them personally, with a unique team combining product expertise with significant capital markets experience.
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