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Getting Started in Cannabis

Networking Tips + Tricks

Getting Started in Cannabis

Whether virtual or in-person, tell us how you're networking around the country.

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I enjoy using the Vangst network. I am able to email all my connections and keep them informed about upcoming events. Connect with me if you want to know about future Vangst events or open a conversation around the industry.

Kelsea-Appelbaum: Speaking of networking... https://vangst.com/blog/top-cannabis-clubhouse-events

Clubhouse has been an incredible, but at times overwhelming, platform for networking!

My tip for Clubhouse and networking, in general, is to focus on the quality of the connections, not the quantity. Also, give people a clear CTA (call to action) for how/where to stay in touch. For most of my professional connections, I prefer LinkedIn, but many of the creative designers and content producers I work with prefer Instagram and email.

Hey New England folks, check these out https://necann.com

I am no help Kelsey-- but these are fantastic suggestions!! Thank you :)

Kelsey-Barton: What are the best Facebook group to join? I'm in the Colorado badge network, woman empowered in cannabis, SF cannabis community, and Dope CFO. Is there anything else anyone recommends?

Analyse-Meza: I enjoy using the Vangst network. I am able to email all my connections and keep them informed about upcoming events. Connect with me if you want to know about future Vangst events or open a conversation around the industry.

I'm mostly a teacher. Meaning those are my previous gigs. I plan on getting certified in Colorado and moving near Denver. But ultimately I want to get into cultivation

I am in Minnesota looking to network with others who have a passion for cannabis!

Solid handshake. Eye contact. Both can be make or breaks when making a first impression. I also make it a point to take notes on each conversation I have with fellow professionals. Ex. How was your trip last month to Denver? It is sooo important to make check ins as personalized as possible so the relationship lives off genuine connection.

Job Interviewer: Where do you see yourself in five years?

Your Answer: In this office, High-Fiving everyone because we are celebrating the 5th year anniversary of when you asked me this question.

(Works most of the time)

Chevelle-Taylor: 710 Plans anyone?

Is 7/10 a significant date for the cannabis industry?

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