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With a $250 investment minimum, Happi Breaks Grass Ceiling on Cannabis Investing

Cannabis seltzer brand offers accessible way to invest in the industry via Wefunder fundraising platform.




Happi is an all-natural, cannabis-infused seltzer that debuted in 2021. Happi selzers come in multiple flavors made with organic fruit and a range of dosages from 2.5-10mg, depending on the state. PHOTO HAPPI

Seltzer brand Happi believes cannabis is for everyone, and that includes accessible investment opportunities. As part of their commitment to building a more inclusive cannabis industry, Birmingham, MI-headquartered Happi will become the first cannabis beverage to launch a fundraising campaign on Wefunder, an online fundraising platform that democratizes investment opportunities.

Happi is opening up access to cannabis investing with a minimum investment starting at just $250. This new, more accessible path to cannabis investing creates a more equitable playing field that broadens the pool of potential investors. As Happi has expanded its footprint nationally both in-store and online, they’ve noted how loyal consumers are looking for ways to support independent cannabis brands like Happi beyond simply buying product.

“As a female-founded brand, we are always striving to improve inclusivity and equity in the cannabis space,” said Lisa Hurwitz, President and Co-Founder of Happi. “Many passionate cannabis consumers have been locked out of sharing in the financial success of the category because of sky high investment minimums. We want our Happi consumers to be part of our growth and we can’t wait to share our success with our community of Happi supporters.”

Interested investors can participate now in the fundraising round here. To learn more about Happi, visit



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