Javier Hasse is a young, Latinx cannabis focused-writer, author of the book “Start Your Own Cannabis Business,” published via Entrepreneur Media. The book hit the #1 Best Seller spot for cannabis categories on Amazon on the week of its release. In addition, Javier writes for a variety of mass media outlets and serves as the Director of Benzinga's Cannabis Newsdesk. He's had more than 4,500 articles published on CNBC, Playboy, Entrepreneur Mag, The Street, High Times, Leafly, Merry Jane, Benzinga, CNN Money, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch, MSN Money, Morningstar, and many other mass media outlets.
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