Dewmar International BMC Inc (OTCMKTS:DEWM) serves markets within and outside the United States with new brands and products. Some of the top products it sells include purp, yella, and above all the easta pink flavored products. Today, the company disclosed details about its plan to restructure its management team.
The management team restructure plan
Consequently, the restructuring will see the business guru promote its consumer brands. It seeks to boost its Canadian business objectives a great deal this year. It hopes the changes will also impact its marijuana email website and industrial hemp positively.
The company sees the unveiling MarijuanaEmail.com as a step in the right direction. According to it, all the interested cannabis users will stay abreast with the significant changes to take place. However, they will need to undertake the appropriate registration practices to receive emails. It says from time to time they will receive emails from the various dispensaries in its national directory.
Future expectations in line with the restructuring plan
Just like the other customers, this company’s customer wishes to receive product information and other updates in good time. The company promises them this and even much more. It looks forward to serving them with sales information, new inventory information and everything else they need to get from the participating dispensaries.
Interested dispensaries must adhere to the payment of a mandatory nominal fee. It is the only way for it to unlock the contact information of the significant number of registered consumers.
Most importantly, MarijuanEmail.com functions as the primary link between the consumers and the dispensaries. The platform happens to be one of a kind considering the nature of the business model it utilizes. Asides from that, it also features in the top 5 databases of the Marijuana dispensaries. It hopes to grow and become competitive among those found with the borders of the United States.
Indeed, much has been going on lately. The business guru recently signed an agreement regarding the establishment of an office in Louisville. Market observers applauded the step terming it a significant move towards survival in the dynamic business climate.