Bo Le Grand Cannabis for pets

Bo Le Grand Cannabis for pets


February 4, 2024    
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Neil Blaisdell Center
777 Ward Ave, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96814

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Feb 3 – Room 1: 12NN – Cannabis for Endometriosis
Feb 4 – Room 1: 1PM – Cannabis for Pets

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, B. Le Grand is a self-made businesswoman who began running her own graphic and web design firm when she was 16 years old. She graduated high school early and went to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where she studied Advertising and Photography then left school to start her own design firm. She was Runway Magazine’s Creative Director & Editor-in-Chief for two years before her love of music moved her to Los Angeles in 2011, where she began budtending and learned everything she could about the cannabis industry. Before creating the Edibles platform she manufactured her own line of medical marijuana infused topicals and edibles.

In 2010, she created the in order to find healthy, consistent, medicated edibles and then Launched Edibles Magazine™ in 2013, which is now distributed in ten different states. Her annual Best of Edibles List Awards was rated in the top 5 cannabis events by In 2016, Marijuana Venture Magazine named her one of Cannabis’s Top 40 under 40. She is the cannabis industry’s go-to edibles expert. Le Grand launched Edibles Distribution in 2016, which she was able to get licensed in California after legalization in 2019. She  co-created The Edibles Show Podcast, produced the first ever Veterans Cannabis Ball and spoke on the first cannabis panel ever featured at a major comic book convention at LA Comic Con. She has manufacturing, distribution and dispensary licenses in both Los Angeles and Oklahoma. With her decade of experience in the cannabis industry, B. Le Grand is a highly sought-after cannabis and edibles consultant. She is now consulting for New York cannabis licensees. She often says, “I didn’t choose cannabis, Cannabis chose me.” She’s homegrown from Hawaii, making us proud on the mainland.