Denver, CO, March 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- CannaBusiness Community, the first online cannabis business community, is in development and is planned to launch in Q2 2016. Membership is free and the community will serve to provide its members with practical solutions and key insights from peers, industry leaders, and experts.
“A cannabis business community is necessary now more than ever,” said Jennifer Zowada, VP Community Development, CannaBusiness Community. “Combining the collective experience and knowledge of thousands of cannabis professionals in one community and having those people connect and collaborate is invaluable for the progression of their businesses and the industry as a whole.”
The community will be a central platform for discussion and collaboration regarding specific issues that cannaprofessionals struggle with daily, but it will also offer an array of industry-related content. Features will include a vast resource library with industry reports and research, a robust supplier directory to find the ideal companies to partner with, guest blogs from industry thought leaders, and other useful content.
“The dictionary defines community as ‘a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.’ In this digital era, the definition is as true today as it was a thousand years ago, with one advantage – in an online community, members have the opportunity to connect with industry experts and peers all around the world as well as through localized groups. And that sharing of knowledge is powerful,” said Zowada.
A community is only as strong as its members. Stay informed – sign up for updates at www.CannaBusinessCommunity.com and be the first to receive an exclusive invitation to beta test and become a Founding Member of the only cannabis business community.
Sponsorship/Advertising inquiries: Please contact Jennifer Zowada at 303.906.0612 or via email at jzowada@CannaBusinessCommunity.com.
About CannaBusiness Community:
The CannaBusiness Community is a place where like-minded cannabis business executives can collaborate on best practices, trends, research, blogs, resources, etc. More importantly, they can share their ideas, passion, and drive to help each other succeed in this growing industry. The community is a central platform for discussion and collaboration regarding specific issues that cannaprofessionals struggle with daily, but also offers an array of cannabis industry-related content.