The Growing Role of Women in the Cannabis and Hemp Industries

The cannabis and hemp industries are booming, and women are taking an increasingly important role. As a woman owned business, we like what the future holds. From entrepreneurs starting their own businesses to executives leading major brands, female professionals are making their mark on the industry. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the ways that women are shaping the future of these fast-growing markets.

Women Entrepreneurs

Women have been blazing a trail in the cannabis and hemp industries as entrepreneurs. From start-ups to established brands, female business owners have been taking advantage of the opportunities presented by these rapidly growing markets. It hasn’t been an easy journey, but here at dr. milo, we’re proud to have a female founder Joni Mann. You can read more about her here:

Voyage La Spotlight Article on Joni Mann, Founder of Dr. Milo

Women Executives

In addition to entrepreneurs, more and more women are taking on executive roles in cannabis and hemp companies across the country. Women executives bring an invaluable perspective to these companies—one that can help them anticipate market trends and make informed decisions about how best to serve their customers. Hiring Companies are integrated into the Cannabis and Hemp worlds and committed to hiring Female Executives such as this one:

Women Advocates

Women have also been playing an important role as advocates for cannabis and hemp legalization efforts around the world. Organizations such as Women Grow provide professional networking opportunities for female entrepreneurs while also advocating for progressive policies that will create a more equitable industry for everyone involved. And with public opinion shifting dramatically towards acceptance of these substances over recent years, these efforts have been key in helping drive change at both state and federal levels.

Women are playing an increasingly influential role in the cannabis and hemp industries—and it’s only going to get bigger from here. Female professionals bring valuable insight into this sector which can result in better products, improved customer service, smarter decisions about growth strategies–and even policy reform. If you’re looking for ways you can support this trend or become part of it yourself–reach out today, we’d love to help you.  There’s never been a better time than now to get involved.

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