At the heart of any worthwhile conference or gathering is the event speakers and presenters, who offer what conference attendees are truly looking for. The list of more than 80 speakers at this year’s Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo) in Boston is a perfect example of experts and professionals carefully selected to provide invaluable information, education, inspiration and insight that can be found nowhere else.
Scheduled to take place October 24-26 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, CWCBExpo is designed to be 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 the dynamic and fast-growing cannabis industry.
The plethora of inspiring speakers and presenters at CWCBExpo in Boston were carefully evaluated and invited, because they could deliver relevant and timely information for today’s cannabis industry. Keynote speakers include Kay Tamillow and Chyna Tyler.
In her Thursday, October 24, main-stage address, Tamillow will present an industry update titled ‘The Dominos Are Falling’. As the cannabis industry crosses the Mississippi, establishing a more consolidated and regulated business landscape, CBD is popping up in large retail chains across the country. With everything in the industry moving so rapidly, Tamillow’s presentation will provide a complete overview of the CBD and cannabis landscape, including updated consumer, market and regulatory developments.
Tamillow is research director at the Brightfield Group, a full-service market-research firm focused on the legal cannabis industry. In her role, Tamillow leads a team that provides in-depth analysis of the CBD market, including reports on hemp and marijuana-derived CBD. That analysis focuses on consumer research, new product developments, market sizes and brand shares.
Following Tamillow’s industry update, Tyler, an elected representative from the Massachusetts House of Representatives, will take the main stage and present ‘CultivatED: Advancing Equity in the Cannabis Business’. During her presentation, Tyler will be announcing a new nation-leading public/private partnership to advance equity in the cannabis industry.
Elected in 2016, Tyler represents the 7th Suffolk district in Massachusetts. Tyler grew up in Boston and attended Northeastern University, where she majored in criminal justice.
These two presentations are only the tip of the information and education iceberg available at this year’s Boston CWCBExpo. The three-day conference agenda is packed with presentations from company founders and presidents, policy makers and directors, investment principals and experts, commissioners and directors, growers, developers, partners, advocates, enthusiasts and more. The rich resources offered at CWCBExpo are only one of the many elements that make this business-to-business trade show – held three times per year in Boston, New York City and Los Angeles – a must-attend cannabis event.
For more information, the event’s website about at www.CWCBExpo.com
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