Other Arcview Market Research Reports

Arcview Market Research and New Frontier’s analysis and reporting on the cannabis industry provides unparalleled insight into the key developments, trends and opportunities in the sector. Our expert analysts, economists, and business strategists synthesize data from a wide range of sources, including businesses, government agencies, and market surveys, then apply patented analytical techniques to answer the industry’s most important questions.

Arcview Market Research, in partnership with New Frontier Data, has released the 2016 Florida Legal Cannabis Market State Profile.

On November 8, 2016, Florida voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 2 with more than 70% of the vote. Florida was the most significant state to pass medical cannabis laws in the November 2016 election due to its sheer size and large elderly population. The market’s future will be heavily dependent on decisions at the local level. Individual jurisdictions can enact moratoriums on legal cannabis sales, and this local autonomy could greatly impede initial market growth in the state. Other key trends that will be critical in shaping the growth and evolution of Florida’s market covered in our report are:

  • National and State Market Projections through 2020
  • The development of advanced delivery services to increase access to products for elderly patients
  • The potential for a restrictive market due to action by the legislature and the DOH
  • Potential barriers to physician certification and participation

Arcview Market Research, in partnership with New Frontier Data, has released the 2016 Florida Legal Cannabis Market State Profile.

On November 8, 2016, Arizona was the only state with a legalization measure during the 2016 election that did not pass. The failure of the Arizona’s Marijuana Legalization Initiative (Proposition 205) was a notable loss for the cannabis industry on a day which saw the industry’s biggest electoral victories.  Passage of Prop. 205 would have provided a symbolic victory for cannabis in the historically socially conservative state, while creating a market with an attractive structure for investors and entrepreneurs. However, with the measure’s failure, Arizona will remain a highly competitive medical-only market for the foreseeable future. This report will outline how the following factors will affect Arizona’s role in the industry.

  • Arizona’s Hot Climate
  • Growth in Competition in the Medical Market
  • Market Consolidation
  • Cannabis Diversion into Arizona
  • Big Pharma

California State Profile

Arcview Market Research, in partnership with New Frontier Data, has released the 2016 California Legal Cannabis Market State Profile, revealing the potential growth of the legal cannabis market in California if voters choose to legalize it for adult use this coming November.

Over the next five years we project the total state market to grow at a compounded annual rate of 18.5%, from $2.76 billion in 2015 to $6.5 billion by 2020.

The report provides additional insight and actionable intelligence on the following critical market areas:

  • New regulations and their impact on the market
  • Adult use versus medical use market projections
  • Regulatory autonomy and its impact on local businesses
  • Production overcapacity and effects on price competition
  • Outdoor versus greenhouse production and sustainability of indoor production
  • Interviews with key California stakeholders in including:
    • Steve D’Angelo, Founder & Owner of Harborside Health Center
    • Hezekiah Allen, Executive Director of California Growers Association
    • Aaron Justis, President of Buds & Roses
    • David Hua, CEO & Co-Founder of Meadow Care
    • Khurshid Khoja, Principal & Founder of Greenbridge Corporate Counsel

Mid-year Update of The State of Legal Marijuana Markets – 4th Edition

Arcview Market Research in partnership with New Frontier Data, has now released The Mid-Year Update of the State of Legal Marijuana Markets Report. The report gives readers the latest insights into the cannabis industry. The report supplement contains newly updated projected values which reflect changes in the political climate, delays in state market implementation, stricter state market restrictions, and new data from adult use markets. The mid-year update includes:

  • National Market Projections
  • State Market Projections
  • Key Regulatory Developments
  • Reviews of our Top 10 Trends including:
    • The DEA’s Decision Not to Reschedule
    • The Presidential Election
    • Growing Price War in Adult Use Markets

And much, much, more…

Nevada State Profile

Arcview Market Research in partnership with New Frontier, has released the 2016 Nevada Legal Cannabis Market State Profile, which shows the potential growth of the legal cannabis market in Nevada if voters choose to legalize adult use cannabis in November.

Over the next four years, annual legal cannabis sales in the states are projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 51%; from $121.6 million in 2016 to an estimated $629.5 million by 2020.

This report goes into detail on:

  • How the new regulations will affect the market
  • Market projections for the adult use & medical use markets
  • Canna-tourism in both the medical and adult use markets
  • The growth of concentrates and infused products
  • The role of delivery services in expanding market access
  • Energy use and the limitations on indoor cultivation
  • Banking and access to financial services

2016 Cannabis Investor Study

With the cannabis industry forecasted to grow at a compounded annual rate of 29% over the next four years, the spectrum of investment opportunities available to investors are expected to grow significantly. The 2016 Cannabis Investor Study looks at insights from a survey of members of the Arcview Investor Network, a private forum for high net worth accredited investors to access, evaluate, and collaborate on cannabis related investment opportunities. The study offers perspectives from these insiders about the major trends within the investor community and how investors view the evolution of the cannabis industry.

Key insights in this study include:

  • Investors are most interested in the ancillary commercial products followed by edibles and infused products.
  • Nine in ten investors are interested in medical and adult use markets
  • At the state level, interest is highest in California (57%) and Colorado (37%)
  • 64% of investors expressed interest in the Canadian market
  • Preferred stock is the favored deal structure for 76% of Arcview Investor Network members, followed by convertible debt at 73%.
  • 65%of investors made their first investment in 2014 or later, and 71% expect to invest more in 2016 than they did in 2015.