As you may know, there is limited opportunity for minority entrepreneurs to enter the cannabis space at an affordable cost, and with mitigated risk. Also, those who’ve been disproportionately affected by law enforcement have a disadvantage in entering due to criminal records, fear, social stigma, etc.
Cola Hemp Co. and Black-Cannabis have partnered up to expand SEED (Social Equity and Economic Diversity) Cooperative, a program that trains and educates minorities, women, and veterans who wish to enter the cannabis space, and also provides them with tangible assets and solutions to be successful in their cannabis ventures.
SEED Cooperative gives minority small businesses access to a fully functional 500,000 sq. foot greenhouse dedicated to growing premium Cannabis CBD. Our 6-month program provide groups who sign up the education, experience, and product needed to launch their own CBD brand from seed to sale.
SEED Cooperative aids those who have criminal records and have struggled finding their footing in the world of legal cannabis.
Assistance for those with limited income and resources can join our co-op program for a fraction of the cost it typically requires entering the cannabis space. We also perform crowd funding assistance for those who do not have access to capital.
The key focal points of our program are meant to educate minority start-ups in;
1. Cultivation. Everything from planting seeds to cloning plants.
2. Branding and marketing assistance for product launch.
3. Packaging and distribution network.
4. Cannabis and hemp industry experience.
5. Avoid facility maintenance cost and licensing hindrances.
In an effort to make real impact in the social justice movement in the cannabis industry, we are seeking your help to spread the word of our program. Profitable proceeds at the end of the program will be donated to a charitable organization focused on fortifying minority cannabis businesses across the United States, that has yet to be determined.
If you are passionate about social justice and want to be a part of this movement, please reach out to us directly at info@Black-Cannabis.com so we can set up a call to discuss further and answer any inquiries you may have.