National Association of Cannabis Businesses
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Apply now!

This will let us know that you're interested in becoming an NACB Member and we can get the ball rolling. The form is quick and easy to fill out, and your information is confidential and secure.
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THE APPLICATION FORM ASKS THE FOLLOWING

  • Are you applying as a licensed cannabis business, an ancillary supplier or vendor, investor, professional or individual connected to the industry
  • Your name and contact information
  • Your city and year of birth
  • The name of your business
  • For a supplier, a few industry references
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 THE NACB WILL REVIEW YOUR APPLICATION AND CONDUCT A BACKGROUND CHECK

This process can take approximately a week.  To ensure your business meets the NACB's high standards for integrity and fair dealing, we will ensure that your business is duly formed and registered. We will also evaluate, among other criteria including:

  • Valid licensure
  • Publicly available criminal record history
  • Past bankruptcies, liens, or other judgments
  • Past government regulatory enforcement actions
  • Presence on restrict global watchlists
  • Adverse news and social media
  • Business partner satisfaction
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Approval and benefits

  • If approved, you will be given access to the NACB Member Portal which features networking tools, legislation tracking, information about exclusive discounts, educational resources, and more
  • You will have the opportunity to participate in or vote on our National Standards process
  • You will be given the chance to attend NACB events
  • Your business will also be featured in our directory and social media promotions
  • You will be given the NACB Badge to display in your company and on your website
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NACB CODE OF CONDUCT AND NATIONAL STANDARDS

The NACB seeks to maintain the integrity of its member base as ethical, responsible, and trustworthy. If the NACB learns that a member has failed to abide by its Code of Conduct or National Standards, the NACB will consider whether such violation warrants expulsion from the NACB for the protection of its other members.