This cannabis startup sure knows how to build a brand…

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We love showing our members how companies and brands are built from the ground up.

What it takes to turn something from just an idea into a real business with employees and revenue.

And most importantly, who is walking the walk and who is just talking the talk.

Recently, Executive Director Don Yocham had a chance to chat with Trang Trinh, the CEO of TREC Brands.

Let’s just say that startups executing this well on branding are few and far between…

Pairing High-Quality Product with Luxury Brands

TREC Brands is focused on quality while also being price sensitive, because as you’ll find out, “good weed doesn’t have to break the bank.”

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Currently, TREC has 10 products across 3 brands and has authorized retailers in Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Manitoba.

They also have exclusive access to some of the genetics from Strain Hunters, which is a company that travels the globe to find high-quality cannabis.

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Trang talks about working with Strain Hunters more in the video.

And of course, Don couldn’t pass up the opportunity to ask Trang about her plans to raise money.

After watching the video, Trang would love to directly answer any questions you have. We will then share her responses with our Cannabis Profits Daily readers as a guest post.

So, what do you want to know more about?

TREC’s products?

Its plans to expand?

Its long-term goals?

TREC’s plans for raising money?

Let us know in the comments below and Trang will answer as many questions as she can in a future alert.

Take care,


Comments

5 responses to ““Good Weed Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank””

  1. Ms. Trinh,
    Obviously, I know little about your Brand as you are in the Canadian marketplace. With quality at a fair price being your goal, how do you intend to achieve this & where do you intend to get the capital to fund such a lofty goal? Will you be going the IPO route, or do you intend to get your funding privately? I’d like to “thank you” in advance for your response.

    Martin Palagonia
    NICI Member

  2. All must feel concerned about it.Global Awareness is the need of the hour.The participation of every individual is needed in the present scenario I mean the Global economy during present Technology Revolution.

  3. I don’t know if you covered this, had to bail on the interview, sorry. From a Californian, living in L.A. most of my life, I have one main question. Do you plan to put a face to the brand? If so, Who?

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