As cannabis is becoming more accepted legally in society, groups such as C.E. Hutton are ensuring that anyone can get into the rapidly growing industry. Functioning as a business development company for minorities looking to enter the cannabis industry, C.E. Hutton offers legal and business advice to its clients. This focus on helping minorities seeks to address the large members of the black and brown community that are harassed by the legal system for owning a cannabis company.
Serving as vice president and COO of C.E. Hutton, Khadijah Adams utilizes her expertise to properly operate the company. Adams is also the owner of CBD Well 101 and is also a sitting member of the National Cannabis Chamber of Commerce, the Executive Committee of the Minority Business Council (MBC) of the National Cannabis Industry Association. (NCIA).
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C.E. Hutton Helps Out Minority Cannabis Company Owners
- By: Justin LamOct 13, 2018