"WOC CANNA" Cannabis Event by Tiffani Sharp

Thursday, February 20, 2020

6:00 PM

Bullet Proof Tax Service
4635 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, California 95822

FREE EVENT | REGISTRATION REQUIRED

It's a new year, a new decade and a perfect opportunity to create new businesses successes! Join us for this discussion and workshop on starting an ancillary cannabis business as a woman of color entrepreneur. An ancillary cannabis business is one that helps support the cannabis industry and its consumers without actually touching the cannabis plant itself.

When we think of the cannabis industry, most people immediately think of dispensaries, edible companies, or concentrate manufacturers, but these businesses take up only a small fraction of cannabis business types. In fact, most cannabis businesses fall under the category of ancillary cannabis business and include consulting, marketing, accounting, investing, security and human resources just to name a few. While the legal cannabis market is projected to bring in billions of dollars, ancillary businesses are projected to be even greater! As a woman of color, this is a perfect opportunity to start, expand or transition your carrier into this multi-billion dollar industry!

Tiffani Sharp is a licensed attorney with a specialization in international law and has spent almost 20 years advocating for the legal, social and economic rights of the underrepresented. She believes that economic empowerment is key to community empowerment and believes that law and policy are means by which this empowerment can be obtained. She is the Founder of Willow Tree Roots, an international nonprofit with a mission of helping underrepresented women feel empowered to and through entrepreneurship. She is currently pursuing a legal certificate in Cannabis Law and her company WOC Canna provides business resources and opportunities for, by and to women of color in the cannabis industry. She is also the Founder & CEO of the newly formed California Institute for Cannabis Equity whose mission is to promote economic equity in the California cannabis industry for communities adversely affected by marijuana prohibition through policy, legislation, education and advocacy.

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