Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce

Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce mission is to move beyond empowering women.

Our mission is to give women the education, resources and ability to build financially stable businesses, expansion and longevity within the cannabis and hemp industry.

To achieve our mission we have brought together women (and men) who have navigated the regulations,rapidly changing industry, limiting advertising regulations, financial challenges, and obstacles in the emerging markets, to create and sustain successful cannabis-centric and hemp businesses in Colorado. Their knowledge and experience provides an unsurpassed learning opportunity for start-ups and entrepreneurs entering hemp and cannabis-centrics businesses.

Classes are structured to promote interaction between instructors and attendees.

At registration attendees select which instructor they want to have lunch with each day.

Guest speakers at the dinner events address subjects not covered in the classes.

Classes are held Saturday and Sunday every quarter in Pueblo, Colorado.

Pueblo represents how the cannabis industry affects the economic growth and enhances the quality of life of a community.

Pueblo is the home of Colorado University Pueblo Cannabis Research Institute.

A portion of cannabis tax revenues provide college scholarship.

It is estimated that 40% of the cannabis sold in Colorado is grown in the Pueblo area. The numbers may be equally as impressive for hemp farms and MIP’s.

Attendees tour commercial grows, hemp farms, MIP’s and dispensaries. Most are owned and operated by the instructors.

Each attendee becomes a life-time member of the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce.

Members are encouraged to provide the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce with an eight minute video promoting your business.

The video will be uploaded to the Business Success Stories page of the website and to the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce YouTube channel.

Members may apply to be an instructor or speaker at future Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce’s business courses.

 

Making Women CEOs and Influencers

Ancillary

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups in canna-centric services and products.

Concentrates

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups.

CBD

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups in extraction, production and products.

Cannabis

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups in dispensary ownership and cultivation.

Hemp

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups in hemp cultivation, processing, and hemp products.

MIP

Business classes for entrepreneurs and start-ups in marijuana infused products.

 

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