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Women Grow Sponsors New York Cannabis Business Event

world cannabis congress and expoWomen Grow, a national professional organization supporting women leaders and entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry, will be a major sponsor of the 2nd Annual Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo.com).  Taking place June 17-19, at the Javits Center in New York, CWCBExpo is the largest event on the East Coast for the legal and medical marijuana industries.

At CWCBExpo in NY, Jazmin Hupp, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Women Grow, will moderate a discussion panel titled “Creating Cannabis Products for Women,” on Thursday, June 18,

“Women are a powerful force in the consumer market, at the polls, and in successful companies. Women Grow is excited to partner with CWCBExpo to present opportunities for businesses to learn more about female consumers’ preferences and the market for cannabis brands designed for this influential demographic,” said Ms. Hupp.

TheWomen Grow activities at CWCBExpo in New York are part of a comprehensive educational program that covers important topics and business objectives needed to succeed in this rapidly changing and growing industry including a keynote presentation by the Drug Policy Alliance Founder and Executive Director, Ethan Nadelmann.

“As the cannabis industry continues to grow, women have an opportunity to design new careers and products as well as influence regulatory and legal outcome,” added Dan Humiston, President of the International Cannabis Association and a Managing Partner of Leading Edge Expositions, LLC., the producers of CWCBExpo in NY.   ”Having Women Grow at CWCBExpo connects our attendees with an organization that can help them flourish and succeed.”

During CWCBExpo in NY, Industry experts from the medical, legal, financial and product development fields will present more than 40 sessions on June 18-19.  A special in-depth “Add-On Workshops” day will be offered on Wednesday, June 17th and a Regulatory Summit will take place on June 18th.  CWCBExpo in NY will also feature an exhibit floor (June 18-19) with suppliers in the industry showcasing cutting-edge products and services to those in the business, entrepreneurs looking to enter the market, medical professionals, dispensary owners, investors, and providers of professional services.

To register for CWCBExpo in NY at advanced online rates go to www:

www.cwcbexpo.com/new-york-show/registration.asp.  For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting, contact Don Berey, Show Director, at dberey@leexpos.com or call 201-881-1614.

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About International Cannabis Association

The International Cannabis Association (ICA) provides the resources necessary for professionals to succeed in the cannabis industry. Whether considering starting a cannabis business, taking an existing cannabis business to the next level or expanding service to support the cannabis industry, the ICA is here to help.

By offering educational conferences and networking events, the International Cannabis Association brings together experts from across the cannabis industry as well as individuals simply interested in getting started.  As the cannabis industry’s business-to-business association, the ICA is the professional’s source for timely, entrepreneurial and high-quality information.  For more information visit www.internationalcannabisassociation.com

About Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions (CWCBExpo)

The Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions (CWCBExpo) are produced by Leading Edge Expositions in partnership with the International Cannabis Association (ICA).   The events are the leading professional forums for dispensary owners, growers, suppliers, investors, medical professionals, government regulators, legal counsel, and entrepreneurs looking to achieve business success and identify new areas of growth in this dynamic industry.  In 2015, CWCBExpo will take place June 17-19, at the Javits Convention Center in New York, and the CWCBExpo Fall will be held September 16-18, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, CA.  To learn more about the CWCBExpos go to www.cwcbexpo.com.    Connect with CWCBExpo on twitter.com/CWCBExpo and facebook.com/CWCBExpo.

About Women Grow

Women Grow is a national network educating, empowering and connecting women in the cannabis industry through monthly networking events and national conferences that shine a spotlight on aspiring and established women leaders in the cannabis industry. The organization welcomes women entrepreneurs at all stages of business development from within the many sectors of the industry including cultivation, sales, advocacy, investment and ancillary businesses such as legal advocacy and representation, medicine, marketing, and others. Women Grow currently has more than 20 chapters, with additional chapters slated to launch this year. Current chapter locations include Anchorage, AK; Albuquerque, NM; Asheville, NC; the Bay Area, CA; Boston, MA; Boulder, CO; Chicago, IL; Denver, CO; Humboldt/Arcata, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Las Vegas, NV; New York, NY; Phoenix, AZ; and Seattle, WA. Visit WomenGrow.com to learn more about the organization, locate or apply to start a chapter, and tap into the organization’s knowledge base and speaker’s bureau. Follow Women Grow at facebook.com/womengrow, or on Twitter at twitter.com/womengrow.

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  • Lawrence Goodwin

    From the bottom of my heart, Jazmin Hupp, I love your work on behalf of cannabis plants. For way too long, these magnificent gifts from Gaia have been routinely misunderstood and even slandered in our society. But please let me know: When will you and the ladies start investing some time and effort in the Capital Region of New York? Albany, in fact, is the actual seat of the Empire State’s power. I can assure you that nearly all lawmakers in the state Capitol building, and especially New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, HATE the idea of letting New Yorkers grow cannabis plants. There is so little freedom for cannabis in NY state as a whole, only the aggressive anti-“marihuana” actions of the NY State Police, local sheriffs and district attorneys, and even village cops–all of them drooling over asset forfeiture $ and aided by agents from giant federal bureaucracies like the Drug Enforcement Administration. It’s just more anti-cannabis tyranny for New Yorkers, guaranteed, without Women Grow watering some new green hopes in Albany.

    • Hi Lawrence,

      Thanks so much for your kind words. I’ve been up to Albany and also down to DC twice this year. Since we’re founded on entrepreneurship, we’re focused on the states that allow more people to start businesses for now. Hopefully New York will be inspired by the success of other programs and will allow more patients to access the medicine they need.

      -Jazmin Hupp

      • Lawrence Goodwin

        Many thanks to you, Jazmin, for taking the time to respond. ? Our leaders in NY may never let go of their fears about cannabis flower. It’s a f#%^*! nightmare for cannabis entrepreneurs to live in this state, even with an official “medical marihuana” program.