While Ohio’s medical marijuana market was slow to take off after launching in 2016, it has continuously grown to total over $880 million in sales and over 270,000 registered patients since 2021. With the state awarding 30 dispensary licenses to open stores by the top of 2023, these new licensees are eager for guidance to meet their deadline while creating immersive experiences with head-turning design concepts in an effort to change the stigma around cannabis. A global industry leader and trusted resource in cannabis retail design and fixture manufacturing, Sevenpoint Interiors (www.sevenpointinteriors.com) is looking to bring its expertise to the Ohio medical marijuana market and elevate the cannabis experience.
Founded in 2017 by manufacturing vets John Simmen and Robert Turk, Sevenpoint Interiors is a division of Visual Elements (https://visual-elements.ca), a company that has helped conceptualize, design, and build countless retail spaces in the US and Canadian markets – including work for Louis Vuitton, Coach, Hermes, and Nordstrom. Under their leadership, the SevenPoint Interiors division has solidified itself as the trusted resource for cannabis operators looking to elevate the future of dispensaries and retail environments. Their entire process from concept ideation to the final installation is done in-house allowing for fluid communication and development and resulting in consistency, durability, and driving budget management and speed to market.
One of the key services in SevenPoint Interiors’ toolbox is The Module System, a fixture and visual merchandising display collection specifically curated to focus on product displays for cannabis retail spaces. The system offers multiple configurations of endless merchandising solutions, product displays, and storage needs. The modular and flexible fixture system is easily scalable to fit one or multiple locations. Standard and customizable options provide a wide range of finishes and colors with infinite configurations available based on the client’s visual aesthetic. The innovative system is designed twofold: to expedite the process from concept to grand opening without compromising quality, timeline, or budget and with the consumer experience in mind. Curious license holders in Ohio can experience the Flower Globe Collection at MJBizCon in Las Vegas, November 15-18, 2022.
Danielle Marzarella, VP of Global Retail Development for SevenPoint Interiors, said:
“SevenPoint Interiors is excited to hit the ground running and help awarded license holders navigate the design-build process unique to their brand, budget and timeline. We look forward to the opportunity to continue our work in the state of Ohio and create cannabis experiences that will drive brand loyalty and continue to elevate the industry. February 2023 is around the corner and the time to start planning is now to successfully open within the required timeline.”
SevenPoint Interiors set the foundation for what high quality and design in cannabis retail should look like regardless of budget or project size. Working with small independent businesses, such as high-profile project Seoul Cannabis – the firm continues to deliver innovative and memorable designs. Their work with large multi-state operators (MSOs) including Cresco Labs, Spirit Leaf, and CuraLeaf is a beautiful showcase of SevenPoint Interiors’ commitment to consistency and durability. As we head towards federal legalization, there is a world of opportunity for creating an inviting shopping experience for consumers. The maturing medical marijuana program in Ohio is a point of interest for Sevenpoint Interiors and they are prepared to lend their proficiency as experts to this evolving market.
The SevenPoint Interiors team with over 30 years of design expertise garnered international attention and recognition by being awarded the O’ Cannabiz Best Retail Interior Design in 2022.