The Community for Entrepreneurs Engaged in Development (CEED) is the newest platform helping Black people take their fair share of ownership in the billion-dollar cannabis industry.
Founded by husband and wife Tre’Von Dorsey and Mercedes Teasley-Dorsey, the artificial-backed digital platform connects Black entrepreneurs to the resources required to launch, scale, and grow cannabis and cannabis-adjacent businesses.
By 2030, the legal cannabis market is expected to grow to more than $100 billion. However, in the United States today, less than 2 percent of owners in the sector are Black.
CEED is on a mission to make this figure more equitable. The company strives to generate 3 million Black cannabis-aligned entrepreneurs by 2052.
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