Recent Press

A Virtual Event with a Human Touch

June 29, 2020
by Kristina Etter

As social distancing puts a damper on cannabis conferences worldwide, one new platform offers virtual events that promise to keep participants and vendors engaged and communicating.

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Cannabis Trade Shows Get Tech Upgrade

June 22, 2020

In this episode of Cultivate, Genifer Murray speaks with George Jage, CEO and co-founder of Jage Media and business media rockstar, about the future of cannabis conferences and expos through online platforms. With experience building up industry meetings such as MJBizCon, Jage has a wealth of knowledge about what it takes to make business expos successful.

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MJ Unpacked demonstrates the new normal for conferences

By Tammy Puyear
May 13, 2020

Jage, a well-known cannabis media firm, in a partnership with BDS Analytics, unveiled “MJ Unpacked” on Tuesday of this week.  The conference, billed as a virtual and interactive conference, was a series of 3D virtual summits designed exclusively for cannabis retail and brand executives – clearly, the press was welcome too, or you wouldn’t be enjoying this recap.

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MJ Unpacked to Debut 3D Virtual Summit Series On May 12

By Featured Announcement 
May 5, 2020

Cannabis business event and media firm Jage Media is set to debut an exclusive 3D Virtual Summit series this month starting May 12 with a three-day, Colorado-focused event. The MJ Unpacked event series — which promises actionable information tailored to help licensed cannabis brands and retailers find success — is the perfect post-COVID-19 solution to cannabis trade shows.

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Big Colorado cannabis names back new events company connecting brands and retailers

By   – Associate editor, Denver Business Journal
Mar 10, 2020, 8:16am MDT

At a February product release party for its new rapid-uptake cannabis gummy candies, Wana Brands CEO Nancy Whiteman told a crowd of industry insiders that she never could have successfully launched the product without the help of her friends at Native Roots.

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