Attending an event that “brings diversity to the fore,” which presenters and participants alike call a “game changer,” is a vital opportunity for those involved in the cannabis industry who are looking to elevate and strengthen their positions in the space. Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo) is working its magic once again as it presents this month’s gathering. Slated for September 26-28 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, CWCBExpo is being hailed as the leading forum 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 and fast-growing industry.
Positive accolades praising the event flood the expo headquarters following each event; CWCBExpo holds three a year. “Not every conference has the speakers that have pioneered the industry, and what sets CWCBExpo apart is that you have those folks,” Khurshid Khoja of Greenbridge Corporate Counsel stated in a testimonial after attending CWCBExpo (http://cnw.fm/TmV2X).
Roz McCarthy of M4MMJ noted the event’s ability to “make connections that will last you a lifetime,” while David Feldman of Duane Morris said, “CWCBExpo events are B2B focused, which we really appreciate. We find that we make tremendous contacts. New clients. New opportunities.”
While networking is a tremendous benefit of every CWCBExpo, attendees enjoy much more. “They really try to understand your business. You’re not just a number,” added Lauren Murphy of Alt Thirty Six.
“They work hard to help promote the companies, share ideas, band together and produce products that are game changers in the world of medicine,” observed Dennis D’Alessio of CalyFx. Calvin Frye of Compassionate Caregivers said, “They care a little bit more about what’s actually going on as opposed to promoting products and things like that.”
Participants aren’t the only ones singing the praises of CWCBExpo events. Presenters are equally positive about the conferences. “To have a room of people that wanted to hear every word that came out of our mouth—that was exciting,” noted Amanda Ostrowitz of CannaRegs.
“It’s critically important that those of us on the activism and industry sides of the cannabis movement come together frequently and ask ourselves tough questions about where we’ve been and where we’re going,” said Montel Williams, talk show host and cannabis advocate. “We have to always remember that patients like me depend on each of us to be at our best, and in coming together, we have a chance to learn from each other and move forward as one.”
Harvest CEO Steve White spoke to the importance of gatherings like CWCBExpo in advancing the cannabis industry, from both regulatory and societal perspectives.
“Since our founding, Harvest has been driven by our unwavering desire to improve lives through the goodness of cannabis. Unfortunately, too many people are sitting in jail convicted of an activity that is no longer a crime in some states, and have not benefited from our growing industry,” White told event organizers. “As an industry, we must come together to create business opportunities and help develop a diverse, equitable, and inclusive marketplace.”
In short, when it comes to CWCBExpo events, “They do it right,” according to Nate Jackson of Athletes for Care.
Tickets to the next Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition are still available.
For more information, visit the event’s website at www.CWCBExpo.com
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