We asked our CEO and our Market Leader teams for some 420 quotes of wisdom coming from their hearts and markets on where we stand on 420… here’s what they said!
We are very excited to announce our 2017 Summit Lightning Talks are now available! We invite you to click this link and view 33 Talks plus our amazing trailer. For those who were not able to attend summit or want to revisit our remarkable TED-style talks, here is your chance. Talks will be available for a limited time, so don’t wait to purchase!
We are very excited to announce our first regional market leadership — MaryJane Marketing (MJM), is a Women Grow Cornerstone Leader Member and digital-focused Cannabis consulting group, will begin overseeing the Southwest region growth strategy for Women Grow. The markets will include Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Las Cruces (New Mexico). Leveraging 40+ years of combined mainstream experience and an extensive network of partners, MJM is leading the transformation of “taboo” underground images into user-friendly, mainstream branded Cannabis experiences. The group provides strategic marketing, brand management and digital strategy support to elevate high-potential Cannabis-related companies at every stage of development.
The National Cannabis Festival (NCF) isn’t your average cannabis event – or non-cannabis event for that matter. Founded by a woman and produced by a group of women in Washington, D.C., NCF is the “rock the vote” event for the cannabis community, celebrating progress on legalization of marijuana in D.C. and across the nation through live music, art, advocacy and exhibitions. Not many people know this, but Women Grow played an important role in the NCF story. It was at monthly D.C. Women Grow chapter meetings where bonds that started as friendships blossomed into working partnerships that propelled a group of women down an unlikely path towards a history-making inaugural event.
SAN FRANCISCO — Female leaders of the cannabis industry in the Bay Area shared their secrets of success with other women who want to stake a claim in the business during a gathering Thursday night hosted by Women Grow. The networking event featured presentations by women including Lynnette Shaw, the “godmother” of medical marijuana dispensaries; Sherry Glaser, operator of a Mendocino County medical dispensary and “bed, bud and breakfast” inn; and Jazmin Hupp, co-founder and former chief executive officer of Women Grow, the nation’s largest cannabis professional networking organization.