Last weekend while enjoying my visit to NOCO 6 one of the vendors commented that I looked like a kid in a candy store. Let’s make that a CBD candy store with around 200 booths. For me, CBD is personal because it is helping me deal with some health issues. As a Disabled Veteran, I am keenly aware of the benefits of CBD and the need to spread the word.
The entrepreneur in me is the kid in the candy store because of my desire to jump in with both feet on the Green Gold Rush. Yes, I do see the potential of all these small businesses that had booths set up during the event. All of this is so amazing, at times I’m overwhelmed and not quite sure what to do next. I just spent the past week digesting all the information from visiting over 100 booths and speaking to quite a number of people.
One of my biggest desires for this page is to help businesses network on this page. Many times the most important factor in growing the industry is having the will to do it. I’m confident that there are many small business owners dedicated to the success of the industry. My claim will stand until I’m proven wrong that this is the first Social Media Network dedicated to CBD.
Already know what you’re thinking but remember we are just getting started and growth will be coming. Over the next couple of weeks, hope to start sharing the stories of vendors who visited with me during NOCO 6. We have a Facebook Group (CBDtalkNetwork) or you can follow us on Twitter @cbd_talk so please accept our invitation to join us on those pages. If you are in the Denver Metro Area and are interesting in possible Meetups, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can keep you posted on upcoming events.