Connecting with the Community at Kush Marketplace
Blaise Creative recently attended the 2018 Kush Marketplace at Axis Pioneer Square — but don’t you dare call this another industry trade show.
The Kush Marketplace unites producers, processors, and retail buyers from across the state. Networking, marketing, relationship building and wholesale negotiations are just a few activities taking place. This industry-only event is focused on cultivating relationships and closing deals.
Blaise Creative attended this spring’s networking event and couldn’t wait to connect with the community. We spoke with former clients and potential new ones, industry friends and familiar faces, all interested in hearing more about our services.
The event featured over 80 producers, processors and retailers in attendance. We found ourselves especially drawn to the Falcanna, Tarukino, Heylo and Panoptic booths due to their friendly staff and unique displays.
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I would love to attend the Kush Marketplace next time, especially since I’m getting into podcasting and blogging about my life as a family man, husband, and veteran in the industry.
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