Digital Engagement Network
Cannabis United is a digital media network of tools, resources and publications. Designed to activate visitors and manage demand of a politically charged new industry while supporting and legitimizing its supply chain. Committed to consumer and industry inclusion, we aspire to be the future of social journalism where stories are not just told to the people but by the people.
Our first consumer resource to launch was Cannabis101.com. A visual guide for both newbies and experienced users, Cannabis 101 covers the plant, its history, its effects, how it works, and different ways to consume it. This educational resource is condensed, simplified and easy to navigate with no login or download required. Accessible on smartphones, it also serves as an argument in your pocket.
Since events bring people together and elevate the conversation, we wanted to help with a needed handy resource. ChronicCalendar.com is an online calendar of cannabis events around the world displayed in one easily browsable mobile-friendly website. It helps consumers and industry members discover upcoming cannabis events and offers organizers a place to connect with likely attendees and future sponsors.
We have dozens of exciting projects in development. Our properties in production getting ready to launch include: The Cannabis Post (news, legal updates), High Ambitions (culture and lifestyle), Cannabis Craft (industry news, seed to sale), Chronic Products (browse cannabis-related products), Cannabis Chooser (wizard), States Going Green (legal status via map view), Find Your Rep (local activism) and many more on the way.
Jennifer Gyllenskog is an activist and digital strategist with a 22 year career riding the edge of innovation and mastering the disciplines of branding, advertising, marketing, messaging, positioning, content development, interaction design and user experience. She believes laws should be informed, determined by the will of the people, and driven by compassion over incarceration. “The failed war on drugs focused on supply, let’s instead regulate use and focus on demand.”