There was not cannabis industry education. The cannabis industry did not begin with systems, standards, and business models in place. The business of cannabis moved from parking lots and alleys into brick and mortar store fronts with open signs. There were no cannabis business courses, no how to books or business mentors. The cannabis industry did not have decades of business history to learn from.
Colorado created the foundation for how to open a cannabis business from trial and error, learning from huge losses and business failures. Five years later Colorado makes owning a dispensary or cultivation facility effortless. It’s not!
The Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce brought together the Colorado women who turned their losses into successes. Our goal was to create the gold standard in cannabis industry education with “how to open”
- Cultivation Facilities
- Edibles Companies
- Extraction Companies
- CBD Product Companies
- Hemp Based Food Companies
We are acutely aware that success takes more than studying a business course. There will be times when you have questions and times when you question your decision. The online Mentors & Members Forum gives members an opportunity to ask the course presenters and other industry leaders questions.
The Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce hosts quarterly speakers addressing
“What Investors Look For and How to Pitch to Investors” and “Contracts, Trademarks, and Copyrights” followed by a networking luncheon. .
The Chamber Connect Luncheons are designed to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to:
- With other entrepreneurs in their respective areas of interest
- Leave with all attendees’ business cards (Chamber Connect Biz Card Bags)
- Meet and talk with Industry Leaders
- Meet and talk with the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce’s instructors
The business resource page provides links to state licensing information, free or low cost business plan templates, pitch deck design, blogging, and website design videos.
The cannabis and hemp industry is an economical game changers. The Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce gives entrepreneurs’ the ability to become the game changers.