HempToday™ is operated under the auspices of the Poland-based Nakło Foundation, which supports environmental protection, entrepreneurship and thought leadership globally; and historical preservation, economic development, cultural and other community building activities at the local level. In both cases, hemp is a big part of what we do.
HempToday™ is a family of information and communications services that has helped hemp stakeholders all over the world connect with each other and work together toward the common goal of a vibrant, well-functioning hemp industry. Our network stretches from Europe to North America, Asia and Africa. We offer a wide range of PR, marketing, design and other communications services specifically for the hemp industry.
HempTrade is a wholesale trading platform matching hemp producers with sellers in the rapidly growing wholesale products market. Through our extensive network of contacts and our unique media and technology assets, we help producers increase sales through a direct, seamless marketing and sales system — offering lowest possible purchase prices to wholesale buyers.
Our Center is not only home to our family of HempToday™ media and communications services, but also a place for learning, inspiration and experimentation. Located in the Palace at Nakło in south central Poland, we also host a series of thought-leader mini-summits that bring together hemp industry stakeholders and experts from all over the world.
The foundation is custodial tenant and directs an ongoing project that is restoring the Palace at Nakło, an 18th century estate in south-central Poland which is operated as a hospitality destination, and which serves as the headquarters of the Foundation’s hemp industry activities.
To Grow a Village is a private initiative for rural economic development in the administrative district of Lelów, Poland. We believe growing industrial hemp and the development of low-level local hemp processing and manufacturing facilities holds great potential to expand the economies of Poland’s rural villages, towns and counties.