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Barely a year ago we started with one chapter in Denver and have now launched Women Grow in 33 cities in the US & Canada. We have been called the fastest-growing organization in cannabis and couldn’t be prouder of our brilliant chapter leaders across the country. Here’s some highlights of our first year:read more
The majority of states will issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples and I can only legally vaporize in four. Here’s what the LGBT movement did right over the last two decades that is keeping cannabis in the closet.read more
I make founding an ancillary cannabis company look easy. Women Grow went from one chapter in Denver to 30 across the US & Canada with over 1,000 monthly attendees in less than a year. Here’s a few of the unintuitive secrets to my success as a female founder in a male-dominated world.read more
Women and apothecary historically go hand-in-hand, so it’s only natural the ladies are stepping up in this nurturing market. Keeping their aprons on and balancing good business practices in high heels, they are ignoring the “good old boys” club altogether while creating their own places of power.read more
It is a scene Americans will be accustomed to by about 2025, according to Jazmin Hupp, head of Denver’s Women Grow society. “Once moms are on board, that’s it,” she explains, taking a drag on a hot pink e-cigarette filled with cannabis oil. Her battle cry explains the recent surge in products such as vegan weed bonbons, cannabis kale crisps, cannabis spiced almonds and “high tea”.read more
If there is one constant in the cannabis industry, it is change. As cannabis executives, our job is to build businesses that can successfully adapt to new regulations and laws, growing competition and expanding markets. Volatility makes it hard to develop long-term strategies with staying power, but there is something you can do today to help your brand compete for years to come: engage women.read more
It seems fitting that a plant called Mary Jane could smash the patriarchy. .. …Women’s presence in the pot industry does more than just close the gender gap—their participation is necessary to legitimize marijuana as a business….And women are moving into the pot business so quickly that they could make it the first billion-dollar industry that isn’t dominated by men.read more
Last year, whenever women asked Jazmin Hupp about starting a medical-marijuana business in New York, she responded with a question: “Do you have a million dollars?” Hupp is the founder of Women Grow, a professional network for women with marijuana businesses, and she’s used to helping others get their start in a male-dominated industryread more
When Jazmin Hupp was searching for a container for her marijuana at the Cannabis Cup trade show in Denver, all she could find were boring, utilitarian glass jars. So she asked a vendor at one of the booths if he had anything more elegant. He offered to make her a jar in pink. … Her immediate conclusion: “You guys need some help.”read more
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