This half-day educational program will be a unique opportunity to glean information from cannabusiness professionals and experts in the fields of regulatory models, operations, and ancillary businesses and will feature a special presentation of MMJ Business Daily’s Marijuana Business FactBook 2013. The symposium also includes lunch and an evening networking reception.
NCIA member businesses can register up to two attendees online for $175, all others are available for $250. All ticket and sponsorship proceeds support the work of the National Cannabis Industry Association, the only national organization advocating on behalf of cannabis businesses at the federal level.
Opening remarks from National Cannabis Industry Association Executive Director Aaron Smith
The National Cannabis Industry Association is the only national trade association representing marijuana businesses in Washington, D.C.’s halls of power.
Presentation by Medical Marijuana Business Daily Editor Chris Walsh
MMJBD is the publisher of the forthcoming Marijuana Business Factbook 2013, the most comprehensive market analysis of the state-legal marijuana industry to date.
Presentation by Blue Sage Microbes
Blue Sage Microbes is the leading provider of comprehensive soil nutrient systems for industrial-scale medical cannabis cultivation.
Panel and Q&A: Government Relations and Regulatory Models
Panel and Q&A: Dispensary, Cultivation, and Infused Product Operations
Panel and Q&A: Ancillary Businesses in the Emerging Cannabis Industry
Reception sponsored by the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Association
Exclusive networking reception with a cash bar and light appetizers.
*Full speaker list to be announced soon*
NCIA is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit trade association. 75% of all contributions may be tax-deductible as a business or trade expense.
The National Cannabis Industry Association is the only national trade association working to advance the interests of cannabis-related businesses in the US. NCIA promotes the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and works for a favorable social, economic and legal environment for that industry in the United States.