UX Big Ideas opened its doors in 2016, soon following in 2017 with the publication of the Retail Cannabis Handbook to become a bestseller on Amazon by 2018. The digital marketing and website development team continued to grow and evolve, becoming one of the first cannabis-focused digital marketing businesses in Canada – we learned a lot of new ideas in those first years. We’re a hardworking team who know how to get sh*& done. In our hearts, we’re here to build a better world.
We’re nothing without our community. We started Montreal’s first Cannabis Business Meetup in 2017. We also attended Canada’s first O’Cannabis Conference and Cannabis Life Conference in 2017, and then the following year went to the O’Cannabiz and LIFT conferences. We also have our heroes. Olympic snowboarder Ross Rebagliati is one of those heroes, who fights for the small, craft growers. So is Jodie Emery, who fights for small retail businesses. To give back to our world, UX Big Ideas remains active in the community by providing free webinars, podcasts, and video resources.
In this picture, you will the feet of two people standing. It’s meant to show people’s need for privacy. People still fear to lose their jobs. It takes time for people to see that cannabis is a medicine; so is recreational use. Leaders like Canada’s veterans, parents of sick children, and medical patients of all kinds are our truest heroes. We want to do our part to change minds. We’re looking to support causes like Saving Sophie, Cidar Cancer Foundation and Wounded Warriors Canada. Members of our team volunteer at Bachpan, a community and children nonprofit. We also support the LGBTQ community everywhere.
Welcome to cannabis businesses everywhere. We met you at the Montreal Cannabis Business Meetup and at the O’Cannabiz and LIFT Expo conferences. Small, medium and large organizations of all kinds are starting. We’re exploring our industry through our webinars, podcasts and videos. As our industry grows, so will UX Big Ideas and the new things that we do. Influencer marketing is an example of this. It’s small now in Canada, but UX Big Ideas is making moves to get to know more micro-influencers and to spread our message of community. Come sign-up to our latest webinar. We believe that our community begins with you.