When researching recreational dispensaries in Oregon, our research team delves into the type of atmosphere that is cultivated by the retail store. Buyers looking for a product expect staff at the stores to be helpful during the shopping process and are also looking for a positive experience. Having a safe, positive, and healthy atmosphere ensures that the buyer's purchasing experience will leave them with a positive impression.
When researching recreational marijuana dispensaries in Oregon, our research team also investigates the overall selection of products offered by each of the competing dispensaries. Having a large amount of variety for each of the types of products being offered ensures that the buyer is going to have enough options to find the right product for what they need. Having a variety of strains and related products is seen as a positive factor.
Product quality is an important factor during our evaluation process. Offering a high quality product includes ensuring that the packaging is secure enough to prevent contamination, the brands being sold have a reputation for offering a safe product that meets Oregon regulations, and equipment and supporting products being sold have been tested by experienced professionals to ensure they will stand the test of time.
When researching a recreational marijuana dispensary in Oregon, we see the importance of having knowledgeable employees involved in the sales process. It is also important to have people involved in product selection that have expert knowledge to ensure the right products are being sold. Depth of knowledge includes how much they know about the medical benefits of the products being sold and their knowledge of the laws and regulations regarding marijuana.
While value is something that can be difficult to measure, it is something that can be compared. During our evaluation of competing marijuana dispensaries in Oregon, the cost and the amount of product being received on average are compared between competing dispensaries in the area. This takes into consideration the scarcity of the products being sold and the relative time products have been on the market.