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June 29, 2017Comments are off for this post.

Brand Joint Featured in MG Magazine

We are excited to announce that Brand Joint was featured in June's issue of MG Magazine! In the article, "Profiles in Marketing: People, Firms, Brands & Stories," our Founder Jennifer Culpepper shared insight to common mistakes cannabis companies make regarding their branding and design. You can find the full article in MG Magazine or read it online!

June 1, 2017Comments are off for this post.

Marketing Mentor Podcast

This week, Brand Joint's Founder, Jennifer Culpepper was featured on The Marketing Mentor Podcast. The Marketing Mentor, Ilise Benun, covers a wide variety of topics. Each episode is a "no-fluff chat about the nuts and bolts of how designers, copywriters, photographers and other creatives are doing to grow their business to get better clients with bigger budgets."

In the latest episode, "Experienced Newbie: Entering the Brand New Cannabis Market," Jenn shares insight to seeking out a niche and helping the cannabis industry find value in strong brand strategy and quality design. You can listen to the full episode here!

October 4, 2016Comments are off for this post.

Baltimore Business Journal

We're extremely honored and excited to announce that Jenn is featured in the Baltimore Business Journal this week! She was interviewed by Associate Editor Carley Milligan about Brand Joint, our services and what she envisions for the future of the cannabis industry. The interview can be found online and in the latest print edition sold in stores!

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August 26, 2016Comments are off for this post.

The B.U.D. Summit

On August 20th, the Brand Joint team attended the B.U.D. Summit in D.C., a cannabis conference and exhibition open to cannabis entrepreneurs, activists and enthusiasts. The Business, Understanding, & Development Summit (B.U.D Summit) formed as an effort to facilitate business innovation and education for the cannabis industry on the East Coast. Along with multiple vendors and booths, the Summit offered professional insight from an array of speakers to the opportunities and progress in cannabusiness, science, medicine and technology. 

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July 20, 2016Comments are off for this post.

Cannabis Generational Marketing Part 3: Gen X

Also known as the "Forgotten Generation" or the "Middle Child" between Millennials and Boomers, the Gen Xers are often left on the back-burner while companies rush to reach the very impressionable Millennials and money-spending Baby Boomers. However, as these 35-49 year olds now control the highest spending power, it's wise to think about their buying habits and behavior to most efficiently market your brand.

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June 27, 2016Comments are off for this post.

Generational Marketing Part 2: Millennials

When you think of a Millennial, you might imagine a 21-year-old college student that takes a lot of selfies and uses far too many emojis. While that persona certainly falls under the category, Millennials are actually as old as 36. Although the twenty-something stoner culture is still alive and kickin', when targeting towards the Millennial group, you must also consider professionals and parents that belong in the age range.

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May 26, 2016Comments are off for this post.

Cannabis Generational Marketing: Part 1

In our upcoming series of blogs, we'll focus on each generation, exploring general core values, views of cannabis, pain points, and buying habits. Starting with segmenting by generation, then creating personas to enable a deeper understanding and empathy, your cannabusiness can better communicate your message and products successfully.

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March 21, 2016Comments are off for this post.

The Problem With Instagram

Instagram is a free tool to visually express your brand and its core values. By proactively making your social media posts true to your brand, highlighting what you do (or sell) and the experience you're promoting, you can distance yourself from the stoner stigma. In return, the industry as a whole will be viewed more positively.

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