DENVER, Dec. 14, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Women Grow, LLC, the cannabis industry’s largest professional networking organization, is poised to welcome thousands back to Denver for its Fourth Annual Leadership Summit from Feb. 1–2, 2018, at the Westin Denver Downtown.
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Drayah Sallis and Michelle Lilly-Hester of Healthway Education Systems talk patient and physician relationships at the World of Cannabis Summit.
While recent data from New Frontier has shown that women are significantly less likely to participate in medical marijuana programs than men, women working in legal marijuana continue to actively advance the industry.
DENVER, Nov. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Denver Consulting Group and CannaScore jointly announced today that the companies have entered into a comprehensive sponsorship agreement with Women Grow.
At the local level, Women Grow provides the opportunity for cannabis entrepreneurs to meet and exchange ideas.
Founded a mere 14 months ago, Women Grow, a group dedicated to assisting and empowering women throughout the marijuana industry, has exploded from an initial membership of 20 businesses putting up $3,000 each to today’s 33 chapters in the United States and Canada.
On Friday, July 31, 2015, the New York State Health Department announced five organizations that will be allowed to grow and sell medical marijuana. Among them is Etain, LLC., which will open a manufacturing facility in Warren County and dispensaries in Albany, Ulster, Westchester and Onondaga counties.
As Legalization 2.0 hits its 18th month stride, women are increasingly making their presence felt in every level of the business and regulatory space.
The legalization of marijuana – no matter how sticky the parameters – will undoubtedly bring the people behind the scenes of a billion-dollar industry to the forefront.
Many CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs are breaking barriers in the cannabis industry with unprecedented foresight and drive.
A group of businesswomen hitting Capitol Hill on Thursday want lawmakers to recognize that the marijuana industry isn’t just a boys’ club.
Just like that klatch of stoners who always hung out under the oak tree during high-school lunch period, the burgeoning marijuana industry needs some women, pronto.