Cascade Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: CSCE) today announces its first product offering in the emerging cannabis marketplace – Bud Hire, an outsourced employment service for growing cannabis-related business operations. Under the Bud Hire brand, Cascade Energy will offer temporary, seasonal, permanent staffing solutions as well as other professional employment solutions and HR consulting to the cannabis industry.
“Whether it’s a grow operation that needs trimmers, a dispensary that needs Budtenders, or any other cannabis business, we can help manage growth and preserve limited capital resources via our new outsourced employment solutions. Hiring is extremely time consuming; it keeps the entrepreneurs from generating revenue for their business,” commented Simon Yu, CEO of Cascade Energy. “We see a fast revenue growth curve for the Company as we are already in the process of signing several operators. Cannabis operators now have a new option in finding and retaining quality employees – Bud Hire.”
Bud Hire services are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of cannabis business operators. Arcview Market Research recently noted the cannabis industry as having growth dynamics in excess of the recent hype-growth markets for broadband Internet and cable television. This expected growth in the cannabis sector is expected to create hundreds of thousand of new jobs. Cannabis businesses are already experiencing difficulties in locating qualified personnel and managing the employee pool as operations grow. Bud Hire services will offload many of these burdens allowing cannabis entrepreneurs to focus on managing growth.
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