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KIKOKO is a cannabis botanical wellness company that was founded in 2015 by Jennifer Chapin and Amanda Jones for a friend with cancer. Since then, KIKOKO's mission has been to offer women plant-based, scientifically proven alternatives to pharmaceuticals and alcohol.

In 3 words, describe your organization.

Bold. Free-spirited. Empowering

What has been your biggest challenge and how your team has overcome it?

Losing our distributor virtually overnight was incredibly challenging, yet we’re excited that we’ve landed with two feet solidly on the ground and we’re in the best hands at Nabis. We’re super proud—our small but mighty team worked steadfastly, swiftly, and with such tight synchronicity to launch with Nabis and on the Nabis Marketplace. We continue to be impressed by the level of expertise and efficiency that Nabis offers and are so grateful for their guidance. We appreciate your patience during this transition and look forward to partnership in growing KIKOKO.

What are some upcoming innovations/projects you are most excited for?

XTabs are crushing it! We’re thrilled that our high-dose THC XTab 1000s have been a runaway hit, seeing 10X growth in just six months and soaring to number 4 in the capsule category this year. So you can bet we plan to expand the X by KIKOKO line with exciting new products. By blasting open the X line, we will continue to be able to serve the high-dose consumer with precision-dosed, fast-acting tablets. These are the best bang-for-your-buck tablet on the market with added effect-based adaptogens.

Any future predictions/trends you foresee in your product category?

While our products are appealing and accessible to all, women are the fastest growing segment in cannabis, with 55% YOY growth in the female consumer market. We may have come early to the party, but we plan on being the last to leave. We’ll continue on our quest to invest in women in cannabis and the human right to have access to this beneficent plant—from industry representation in leadership, government, business, and funding —to providing equal pay and access for all. We’re women-owned, women-led, with a deeply human, progressive and inclusive company culture. We do things “The Women’s Way”. We remain ardent advocates of women, equity, and inclusivity, so we’re gonna keep on investing in women and re-define what “women’s wellness” means.