Sugarmade Inc (OTCMKTS:SGMD) has announced a significant rise in demand for its cannabis delivery service. It witnesses a 10% rise in weekly sales in the past two weeks because of growing coronavirus pandemic. The stay at the home trend is contributing to the significant demand for cannabis medicines. Several people are stocking one-month medicines as a precautionary measure.
The demand for cannabis service to continue
Sugarmade anticipates that the demand for cannabis delivery service will continue for several weeks. To meet the growing demand, Budcars is expanding its headcount. The company expects to solidify its yearly revenue target of $20 million in 2020 because of a sharp jump in sales.
Controlling stake in BudCars
Chief Executive Officer of Sugarmade, Jim Chan, said the COVID-19 is creating a change in the consumer behavior pattern. It will have a long term impact. Sugarmade recently acquired a significant stake in BudCars. It keeps opening an option to acquire a controlling stake in BudCars.
BudCars is well-positioned to clinch a large portion of the rapidly growing delivery service and mobile commerce. Several people shift to the home delivery option. Therefore, cannabis is not an exception. BudCars is prepared to cash in on this growing demand for cannabis delivery.
Growing demand for courier services
According to the management, the outbreak of COVID-19 has increased demand for virtual connectivity, home delivery of goods/ services, and online consumption. The same trend expects to continue for several weeks. It has created a growing demand for companies such as Instacart, Postmates, and Amazon and several other courier services. This trend also applies to the legal cannabis market in California.
Chan said the company is experiencing a growing demand for increased order size for edibles and flower and cannabis deliveries because several customers are stocking up for an extended period