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Entrepreneurship seminar will feature networking, sponsor gifts and speakers from CBD and medical industries

BURLINGTON, Vt. — At the tail end of the state’s inaugural Vermont Cannabis Week, the newly launched KIND Consulting is producing a cannabis entrepreneurship panel at Main Street Landing.

The event, “Cannabis Entrepreneurship: Tips from the Pros,” is a seminar aimed at those interested in getting involved in Vermont’s growing cannabis industry. Featured speakers include Tripp Murray, director of sales and business development at Champlain Valley Dispensary, Joel Bedard, founder of The Vermont Hemp Company, and Tito Bern, founder of Bern Gallery.

The evening opens at 6 p.m. with casual networking and cash bar service in the Atrium. At 7 p.m., attendees head into the Great Room where they will hear from a panel of industry experts (7-8 p.m.), followed by Q&A (8-8:30 p.m.). The Atrium and cash bar remain open until the evening wraps up at 10 p.m. Each attendee will receive a goodie bag stocked by Vermont Cannabis Week sponsors.

KIND Consulting is a full-service branding and marketing agency based out of Burlington, Vermont. KIND provides research, strategy, identity, creative content and SEO solutions for the cannabis industry and beyond.

Founder and Principal Monica Donovan has over a decade of experience in creative direction and business development, and is the cofounder of Heady Vermont as well as a founding board member of the Vermont Cannabis Association.

Event sponsors include Reilly’s HEMPVET, Bern Gallery, Ceres Natural Remedies, Vermont Cannabis Domains, Just Grow It Farms, Heady Vermont, Full Tank Vermont and KIND Consulting.

Address: The Great Room and Atrium at Main Street Landing’s third floor, 60 Lake Street, Burlington VT 05401 from 6 to 10 p.m. More details about the event are available online. RSVP on Facebook and buy tickets in advance.

 

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For more info contact: Monica Donovan, Principal

Phone: 585-797-8620 / Email: hello@consultkind.com

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