Put Your Brand Front and Center Of the Fastest Growing Business Customer Segment in the Industry
Black CannaBusiness Audience
We are busy building the largest database of the African American cannabusiness professionals in North America. Our readers depend on Black CannaBusiness for curated, in-depth business intelligence and practical, how-to advice to guide their decisions and drive business in this exploding industry.
An Integrated Portfolio
Print – Printed 9 months out of the year, each issue of Back CannaBusiness Magazine will reach African American cannabusiness decision makers that depend on us for curated, in-depth business intelligence and practical, how-to advice to guide their decisions and drive business in this exploding industry (both print and digital).
Digital – Black CannaBusiness offers the highest-value content to our readers, and high visibility to your company and products in this highly sought after cannabis industry business demographic.
The Black CannaBusiness website is the industry’s most reliable source of breaking news and industry information for African American cannabusiness owners and professionals. The site is designed and optimized for mobile navigation. A number of advertising positions are available, giving you instant access 24 hours a day to an increasing number of owners and professionals who consistently access www.blackcannabusiness.com.
E-newsletters – the Black CannaBusiness e-newsletter reaches African American decision-makers on a weekly basis. Business leaders rely on our coverage to keep on top of the latest issues affecting the industry and for legislation and regulatory news.
Video – the Black CannaBusiness Start Up Stories series is an episodic series of interviews featuring the industries most influential black cannabis industry business owners and influencers. Hosted on our brand’s YouTube channel and distributed weekly to our subscribers via our e-newsletter.
Events – Black CannaBusiness produces experiential and impactful virtual business development for both black startups and existing cannabis businesses.