A former Citigroup projects VP planned on co-founding a niche trade-publishing house. Instead, she became Denver’s high priestess of marijuana business intelligence.

​Cassandra Farrington Marijuana Business Daily

​• Three-year growth 1,288.2% • 2015 revenue $7 MILLION


​In 2010, I left my job at Citigroup to co-found a business-to-business publishing house with my former boss Anne Holland. We wanted to create a how-to publication for legal marijuana dispensary

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