Elevating bipoc in cannabis
What We Do
We promote BIPOC-owned businesses and supporting brands in our BIPOC Cannabis Business Network.
We feature BIPOC Cannabis Business Network members through marketing channels and partner media platforms.
We connect members to increase business growth and BIPOC representation through vendor and workforce diversity.
our FOCus areas
(this is about equity)
We support efforts that influence policies, attitudes, and behaviors to create a more socially just legal cannabis industry for BIPOC businesses, professionals, and communities.
(this is about representation)
We actively recruit new BIPOC businesses and professionals to participate in the legal cannabis industry. We connect BIPOC to brands seeking to improve diversity in their workforce, programming, vendor relations, and supply chain.
(this is about visibility)
We promote BIPOC businesses, professionals, and non-BIPOC brands in our BIPOC Cannabis Business Network and marketing channels.
(this is about growth)
We consult, collaborate, and use best practices to increase revenue for BIPOC brands.
the bipoc cannabis business network
Join to get involved.
Increase visibility by helping BIPOC-owned cannabis businesses and supporting brands be seen and promoted in our public-facing directory.
Find ways to create, identify, and promote BIPOC visibility, representation, and economic growth in the legal cannabis industry.
Promote the BIPOC Cannabis Business Network and be featured for your efforts in making the industry more accessible for BIPOC professionals.
Be a referral partner for connecting new cannabis and external industry members to the BIPOC Cannabis Business Network. (available in Nov.)
The BIPOC Cannabis Business Network is currently offering a launch promotion for individuals and businesses. Join prior to November 1, 2020 to access promotional rates and to become one of our Founding Members.
Nov 10 - Cannabis Quality Virtual Conference
Cannabis Industry Journal’s Post-Election Virtual Event
BIPOCANN’s founder, Ernest Toney, moderates a post-election panel discussion with cannabis business leaders on Social Justice and How the Legal Cannabis Industry Can Succeed. (BIPOC Cannabis Network members receive 15% off on sponsorships. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info).
NOV 12-14 - BLACK CANNA CONFERENCE
Black CannaBusiness Magazine’s Inaugural B2B Event
This three-day virtual cannabis B2B conference is designed for Black cannabis business owners and professionals. Attend to learn about opportunities that exist in the cannabis space and how to position your start-up or existing business for success. (Contact email@example.com for the best exhibitor and sponsorship rates, starting at $250 USD).