Denver, CO

© 2017 Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce

"I helped found the Chamber as I wanted to be involved with a group whose focus was business issues first and secondarily marijuana issues. Having been a Chamber of Commerce member in the past, forming C4 seemed a natural fit. I have found the ability to speak about our general business problems with legislators resonates well. When people understand what we all go through, they shake their hands and seemingly want to help. The fact that we are all in the marijuana business is almost secondary."   Jeannine Machon, CMT Labratories 



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  • MED, CDPHE Meetings – sent from the meeting room as soon as adjourned

  • Legislative & Regulatory Hearings

  • State Issues

  • End of Session Reports




  • Create Sound Pro-business policy

  • Hot deal coupon listings

  • Job board postings

  • After hours networking events 

  • Referrals

  • Ribbon cutting events

  • Access to media coverage 

  • C4 Business Directory

  • Exclusive affinity programs

  • Candidate Selection Forum 

C4 members & their employees receive our exclusive C4 discount dental program










Legislative Affairs Council – Discusses and authors legislation of interest for C4 membership. The Council serves as the government affairs arm of the chamber. Meets bi-weekly during the session and once a month out of session. 


Manufacturers Council – Encompasses manufactures and cultivators dealing with business and development issues, manufacturing standards, pesticide management, logistics and employer/employee regulations.


Retail CouncilFor dispensaries to collaborate on best practices, issues with local zoning, and small business regulations.


Compliance Council – Collaboration to interpret rules, laws, and best practices. Works to create reasonable and sensible rule changes to address all compliance issues. 


Women Of Weed Council – Provides entrepreneurial women with the tools, community, and resources necessary to overcome the unique hurdles presented by the emerging cannabis industry. Focus is to provide an inclusive, enriching, educational, and supportive environment for women in cannabis as well as men who work with them.

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The Chamber (C4) becomes your advocate when you join. As a member you now have access to key political, business and community leaders. Our main objective is to influence positive business growth and economic viability.  


At the State Capitol, The Chamber will represent your concerns by defending your business from over-regulation and prohibitionists who attack our industry, while educating lawmakers about the real issues that effect legal, licensed and regulated business owners like you, who have invested more then just money into building your business and creating real jobs for Coloradans.



"What I appreciate most about C4 is their focus on business as it relates to cannabis -- not the other way around."  - Julie Berliner, Owner Sweet Grass Kitchen