While most people envision owning “a grow” or a legal cannabis dispensary, there are so many other options for entrepreneurs.
And while joining the legal cannabis industry can be a challenge, there is no reason why you should “go it alone”. There are other equally cool and fun ways to participate. We’d like to show you how! It is what we are all about!
It can be a tough industry to break into and unless you already know someone in the industry, where do you start? You've already started! You're here now and we have your network of cannabis industry professionals waiting to welcome you and help you get started!
All the big money is showing up with legal teams, application writers, and money! Instead of fighting these goliaths, we embraced them and often even work with them. Like any industry, the larger business entities "the suits" are needed and play a critical role. We work with all companies big and small with a single goal in mind--a successful and profitable referral!
1 of 2 things got you to this page. You’re an entrepreneur and see what is coming or you’re a fan of cannabis and want to work in an industry you already love. Both are 100% fine, but neither money nor enthusiasm alone will get you into the cannabis industry, it takes contacts and you need some knowledge. The CBC has what you need.
Your traditional sources of business advice or guidance are likely ill-informed or will question you with a cautious eye when you tell them your intentions. The people working and earning a great living in the cannabis industry won’t. They’ll provide you with answers to your questions and often be able to steer you in the right direction when it comes to attaining financing after your bank says no (which they will) or help you get your grow or dispensary license approved. It is a different kind of industry, but thankfully there are already established professionals who are routinely welcoming employees, growers, dispensary owners, and even cannabis themed business networking events!! Going to the regular business community is frustrating, but not the existing cannabis community—they’ve been there themselves not that long ago!