In this fast paced industry, the Women’s Cannabis Chamber of Commerce’s (WCCC) goal is to give entrepreneurs access to the people who can genuinely answer their questions and concerns. This is an opportunity to have your questions about accounting in the cannabis space answered.
Created to provide small business owners and start-ups with answers to their cannabis accounting questions, By the Numbers; Q&A with Certified Cannabis Accountants is not for accountants planning to transition into the cannabis industry.
The Cannabis Accounting for Accountants is designed for accountants exploring the cannabis industry. Cannabis accounting requires different steps and techniques than accounting for traditional businesses. The Cannabis Accounting for Accountants will answer your questions about the specific accounting needs of cultivations, processors, infused product manufacturers, distribution, retail, labs and delivery services, as well as 280E and compliance, GAAP accrual and cost absorption accounting and the proper forms and procedures for monthly reports relevant to cannabis businesses.
Not a Podcast – Not a Webinar – Not an Infomercial. It’s a Conversation!
Everyone has the opportunity to be on screen and unmuted.
Meet the hosts and facilitators:
WCCC’s goal is to open up the Conversation to women across the country to begin working on solutions, and a future with more representation in C-Suite position and business ownership.
An MJBizDaily report highlights that only 19% of cannabis businesses across Colorado, Massachusetts, Nevada and Ohio are owned by women. Massachusetts, in particular, lags behind with a meager 5% ownership.
A 2021 report published by the National Cannabis Industry Association and The Arcview Group found that only 8% of cannabis CEOs are women. In a 2019 MJBiz Daily report 37% of the executive positions in the industry were held by women. In a 2021 report that number fell to 22.1%.
As the legal cannabis industry grows, the rate at which women are entering the industry is now declining. More women are leaving the cannabis industry.
What is the future for women in the cannabis industry?