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Flourish Software Releases Social Equity Program Offering Cannabis Software For $420

PRESS RELEASE

Atlanta, April 19, 2021 – Flourish Software is pleased to announce its new social equity program. This program will provide seed-to-sale tracking and supply chain management software to those helping to propel the cannabis industry forward. Qualified social equity organizations can apply for full access to Flourish Software for $420 per year for up to two licenses, discounted by 99% of the usual yearly cost.

Flourish Software wants to empower social equity organizations with industry leading tools and training to help strengthen and diversify the industry. Qualifications for the program include:

  • Designation as a Social Equity license through a state agency or, if not available, conviction of a cannabis offense or conviction of an immediate family member for a cannabis offense prior to state legalization, without selling to minors and without a violent crime record.
  • Licensed for less than five years.
  • Net income < $2 million.

“We are passionate about growing the cannabis industry and offering this new social equity program to operators that have been impacted by cannabis-related offenses,” says Colton Griffin, chief executive officer of Flourish Software. “Our organization has a personal stake in social equity through our team member, Pam Pho and her connection to nonviolent cannabis-related offenses. She helped build the concept of this program, and it’s important to share her story. This program allows us to provide our software to operators at a discounted rate to help them grow revenues and maintain compliance. We are dedicated to making sure that everyone has a seat at the table. If we don’t take action, we risk leaving those most affected by the war on drugs behind.”

“When I was two my father, Julio, was imprisoned for selling cannabis,” says Pam Pho, director of marketing at Flourish Software. “He spent the next ten years in jail. A few months later, he sold cannabis again and was slapped with a two-time offender conviction. I lost my father and my connection to an entire side of my family and their culture for a very long time. He was released from prison in December 2020. I turned 40 in January of the same year. At Flourish we believe no one should be incarcerated for plant medicine. We believe that the pioneers of this industry deserve more from social equity. We believe that the BIPOC community are and historically have been targeted by police and lawmakers unfairly, and that racial and social equity should be the chief concern of lawmakers, be it state or federal, when it comes to bringing cannabis online.”

For more information about how to apply for this program please visit our website.

About Flourish Software

Flourish Software is a leading technology provider of enterprise supply chain and inventory management software built for the cannabis, CBD and hemp industries. Flourish currently serves cultivators, manufacturers, processors, wholesalers, distributors and retailers. Flourish is integrated with state compliance systems, so cannabis operators remain compliant while they capture critical business data, operate more efficiently, track product from seed to sale, and leverage advanced analytics. Flourish Software was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit https://www.flourishsoftware.com/. For other updates, visit Flourish on Instagram,Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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