The past few years have been characterized by the introduction of new and cutting-edge technologies and new and more efficient ways of getting things done. Although, in most industries, the introduction of technology, virtual reality and artificial intelligence might be the most popular of them all, however, the medical industry has witnessed more technological advancements than the other industries. In recent times, the focus has tilted towards alternative medicine. At the forefront of alternative medical solutions is Cannabis. Since becoming legal in a majority of the states in the US, more dispensaries continue to spring up to meet consumers’ needs.
Kush Got Wheels is an e-commerce store spearheading a Revolution in the package delivery and e-commerce industry. The mobile app offers services such as food delivery, grocery delivery, and matching professionals (such as masseuses hair stylists) with potential clients. Recently, as part of the company’s diversification policy, and following approval from relevant government authorities, Kush Got Wheels has launched a Cannabis dispensary where consumers can easily order for their needs and have it delivered to them in no time.
According to the CEO, Kush Got Wheels operates on a distinct business model compared to competing companies. For instance, Uber, Lyft, Instacart, for the most part, offer a single service, unlike Kush Got Wheels that in addition to providing the same services as the companies mentioned above, also provides Cannabis delivery, and more importantly, in an effective way that helps clients save cost.
Kush Got Wheels is the brainchild of founder and CEO Christopher Pace, an Arkansas-born entrepreneur and businessman whose experience includes application and web development. The little experience gained in designing, app and web development was all Pace needed to launch his company. The company is headquartered in New York City.
“We have an experienced team with a proven track record and map out in a way this opportunity will work. In addition, Kush Got Wheels team has a successful working relationship in the legal Cannabis growing spaces and related facilities (commercial real estate, marketing and sales) so that we can license a cannabis dispensary business for customer production needs.”
Speaking on the stringent measures and laws guiding the use, sale and distribution of Cannabis across the United States, Pace believes in his team as they look to satisfy not only consumers but the ensure that their operations are well within the ambits of the law, “Our strategy is to work with the 134 compliant, per-ICO dispensaries and production facilities (and partner when and where appropriate in the business and legal landscape.”
As the brand pushes for global influence, Kush Got Wheels is an intervention at the right time for stoners and people who require medical cannabis or hemp as part of their treatment procedure. Therefore, five years from now, Pace believes the brand should attain the position of an industry heavyweight and the most in-demand service provider in the United States and worldwide.