YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR CANNABIS DISPENSARY FUNDING
With legalization laws now in favor of cannabis, city and state officials are stepping up to correct cannabis conviction injustices of the past.
The City of Los Angeles has set aside 300 retail cannabis licenses for its Social Equity Program, designed specifically to create equal-access opportunities for individuals who have been disenfranchised by yesterday’s strict cannabis laws.
Priority will be given to applicants with low incomes residing in disadvantaged areas, and with a previous cannabis conviction. Candidates must also have professional experience and a strong business acumen to be considered.
The reality is, cannabis-licensing applicants with the highest potential for success are still missing important components necessary to start-up their retail business — including capital and expertise. These candidates have been relying on resources, like the MJ Social Equity Program to supplement their application.
The MJ Social Equity Program is funded by a series of publicly traded entities that provide financial assistance to successful applicants for up to $250,000.
If you don't qualify, but know someone who might, you can make $2500, so it's worth checking this out!