` Tyler Beuerlein | The National Cannabis Industry Association

Tyler Beuerlein

In his role as Hypur’s Executive Vice President of Business Development, Tyler leverages his extensive experience in building brands, managing key relationships and strategic partnerships. Tyler has been at the forefront of Hypur’s expansion efforts for over four years and touches Financial Institutions, Government Officials, Regulatory Bodies and the State Legal Cannabis industry. 

Tyler is also a Managing Director of Hypur Ventures II, a venture capital fund focused on strategic investment throughout the state legal cannabis industry. 

Because of his position in the industry, Tyler possesses an intricate knowledge of the Banking and Regulatory climate, key industry influencers, industry dynamics and market history. He has also become a key contact for media outlets, analytics companies, industry consultants and investment firms searching for reliable, accurate sources of industry information. 

Tyler’s contacts and relationships in the US State Legal cannabis industry are unparalleled. 

As a result of his influential value, he was selected to be the Chairman of the National Cannabis Industry Association’s Banking and Financial Services Committee and a Board Advisory Member of the Cannabis Dealmakers Summit. He is also a member of the Forbes Business Development Council, frequently publishing articles about the banking and payment environment in the cannabis industry. 

Tyler founded and managed a large beverage company prior to joining the Hypur team and was a Professional athlete in the New York Mets Organization

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