Online platform 'Kush Kush' caters to women who use cannabis products
Jo Hope is the brains behind Kush Kush, Africa’s first woman-focused cannabis platform.
Hope says she created the online platform so that she could provide a customer service experience tailored for women who consume the product.
I was going into retail spaces that were focused on cannabis accessories and I honestly couldn't find a space that I really felt comfortable in.Jo Hope, Founder of Kush Kush
I wanted to create a lifestyle platform that also deals with the stigma around consuming cannabis.Jo Hope, Founder of Kush Kush
Hope says her platform is a judgement-free community of women who want to learn more about the world of cannabis.
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