Last year Fortune talked about the cannabis consumer persona created during the unprecedented times of the pandemic. Specifically the thriving sales of so-called “vice” industries, including the mariijuana industry, highlighted the medicinal necessities of cannabis. This explosive growth continues with no signs of slowing down, especially as more states legalize recreational/adult-use cannabis. So what does
In the cannabis industry, 4/20 is known as the High Holiday, where consumers, advocates, business owners and enthusiasts alike come together to celebrate the end of prohibition. While there’s many theories on the history of April 20th (some say it was a code among police officers, a specific time when San Rafael students would meet
Black CannaBusiness Magazine was founded on the idea that resources, information and education make better businesses. In the cannabis industry, with all its changes and regulations, it’s more important than ever that cannabis business owners of color are tapped into best practices for success. In her e-book, “Five Steps to Business Transformation,” Black CannaBusiness Magazine
Dr. Chanda Macias is known to wow audiences with her education, knowledge and passion for cannabis and hemp. The Louisiana entrepreneur and cannabis industry leader was a featured keynote speaker at last year’s Black CannaBusiness Conference & EXPO. Replay her incredible keynote on the benefits of cannabis and empowering women and minorities in the industry.
Owner and founder of Frigg Beauty, Kimberly Dillon developed her award-winning skin care line while working in the cannabis industry and was, as she describes it, “chronically stressed out.” Though she had years of experience in the pain management space and knowledge of the cannabis and CBD industries, it was only after her luggage was
Black CannaBusiness Magazine is continuing to celebrate women in the cannabis industry who are trailblazers and creating opportunities for progress in the movement. This week we’re celebrating Amber Senter, the Chair of the Board and Executive Director of Supernova Women. The organization is dedicated to empowering people of color to become industry shareholders in cannabis.
Black CannaBusiness Launches Executive Training Series: The CEO Intensive Is Now Taking Applications Until March 25th, 2022
The mission of Black CannaBusiness Magazine is to not only increase minority ownership in the cannabis industry, but to provide tools, resources and education that create longevity and success. Are you a business owner in the industry looking to scale your business, refine your skills, approach and direction? The Black CannaBusiness CEO Program is a
Each year, as we celebrate the historical contributions from women in our society, the month of March is themed in both observance and call to action for Women’s History Month. For the year of 2022, the theme for Women’s History Month is “Providing healing, promoting hope,” tapping into the importance of the vital roles women
CanEx Jamaica facilitates a mix of high-level discourse and practical opportunities led by global experts with real-life application The latest conference has been announced to take place in Jamaica on September 23-25. Industry professionals come together to discuss the evolving legal market in Jamaica and discuss advances and changes in the industry. High-level professionals from
A while ago my daughters were playing. All their toys were in the living room and when my wife arrived, she quickly and sternly told them to clean up, and then she left and retreated to her office. When she returned, the living room was spotless. The mountains of LOL Dolls, random pillows, and fort