Why Networking is Important For a Cannabis Business
We will be there with hundreds of other cannabis professionals networking, sharing stories and celebrating our victory with Ballot Measure 91 in Oregon. We will also be reaching out to the people who have gone through the legalization process in Washington and Colorado to see what worked and what didn’t from an internal policy-making experience.
We will also be meeting other dispensary owners, growers and entrepreneurs from around the country who are working to make this industry great. These events are always fun and worthwhile.
If you are a canna-business, either established or just in the planning stage, these events are a great opportunity. Even though this country seems vast and it may appear that legal markets are already getting full, we are still a very, very small community. We can help each other learn and grow. We can provide support to each other and view our fellow travelers as allies and partners instead of competition.
While it might be too late for you to hop on a plane to Vegas (is it ever really too late to hop a plane to Vegas??) there are other great events coming up including the next ICBC, International Cannabis Business Conference, in San Francisco February 15th and 16th.
Take the time to come to these events and conferences. Meet everyone, share a drink or coffee and a story. We can make the cannabis industry in Oregon, and across the country, stronger with our collaboration and communication.