Cannabis Consumer & Business Expo is one of the fastest-growing trade expos and the largest business cannabis expo in Canada. Slated for November 22-24, this information-packed event will bring together the best and brightest in the cannabis industry. Whether participants are already in the industry or looking to join, they will find invaluable material, diverse content and networking opportunities at this must-attend gathering.
The expo will showcase the best products and services available and an exhibition hall packed with thousands of displays. Businesses such as grow stores, lighting solutions providers, security system specialists and more are encouraged to apply for a spot in this quickly filling exhibit space. While exploring the assortment of options offered by exhibitors, attendees will be able to learn about everything from new products and cannabis laws to developments in the business world. All of this will take place in the Queen Elizabeth Building, which is located in the heart of Toronto’s Exhibition Place with the stunning Lake Ontario as a backdrop.
Furthermore, the weekend will be filled with inspiring speakers who have impressive experience in a wide range of cannabis subjects. Attendees can expect to hear about everything from women in the cannabis world and compostable cannabis packaging to cultivation and regulation. With companies such as Starbud, CANNAPIECE and, Avantpay taking the stage, conference-goers are certain to find exactly what they’re looking for.
The three-day event will also feature B2B and B2C seminars and workshops designed to help owners grow their businesses as they learn from experts and consumers alike. Each carefully planned seminar, workshop, and panel discussion is designed to create an ideal forum for business leaders, owners and managers to engage in meaningful discussions about how cannabis businesses can flourish in today’s medical marijuana space.
With more than 25,000 expected guests, Cannabis Consumer & Business Expo also offer unique networking opportunities. Attendees aren’t just encouraged to learn about the ins and outs of the cannabis industry; they are expected to make vital connections with others within the industry. The event agenda includes ample opportunities for one-on-one time with experts who can inspire, motivate and encourage.
To garner more attention to the event and make attendance more accessible, event organizers are offering companies the chance to host ticket giveaways – an ideal way to strengthen a brand and become more deeply connected with Canada’s largest business cannabis expo. Key sponsors currently include CannaPiece, CannabisNewsWire, HUB International, Departures Capital, CannaB2B Magazine, CannabiNERD and Golden Crown Glass.
For more information, visit the event’s website at www.CannabisTradeExpo.com
To register, visit the official ticketing website at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cannabis-consumer-business-expo-tickets-50150438311
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