Sugarmade Inc (OTCMKTS:SGMD) is pleased to get a major controlling interest in Budcars. The business guru made the announcement today, outlining that it sought to increase its business revenues by a significant margin. It also seeks to gain a competitive advantage in terms of grasping a huge market share. It is in support of a well-organized service and adds that its shareholders are in support of every move it has been making lately. It hopes that its aspiration to gain a huge deal from a robust vertically integrated Budcars will be a successful quest.
Chan speaks out
The CEO of Sugarmade is called Jimmy Chan, and he has released a statement outlining that there is great hope for Budcars.
Chan discloses that the retailer will be benefiting from a 20 percent net margin in the deal as they focus on becoming a leading Cannabis concierge service’.They seek to make major steps forward in terms of serving customers with what the leader terms a truly unique cannabis experience.
The regulatory changes that have been cutting across the California legal cannabis market recently will have a major impact, according to market observers. That is considering that the regulations will be suppressing a great deal of the unregulated suppliers. This will give a great advantage to licensed producers and distributors.
A close outlook
Sugarmade is happy about the transition, and it believes that it will go a long way, helping push its strategic investment a notch higher. It believes that Budcars has significant potential and promises to do its best to see that it reaches its set business goals. It was in February that it became clear that the management of Sugarmade was becoming too much involved in matters regarding Budcars. It has been a part of its strategic foundation as well as its day-to-day business operations.
Budcars says that it is planning to give a major boost to its road fleet, staffing, and inventory. Asides from these efforts, it will also be pacing some strategic billboard campaigns in most of the freeways in the region that it serves. The business guru says that it will expand its services so that it gets to benefit from the Northern California market.