- The 50 percent discount applies to both conference days, as well as the additional parties
- NWS5 has a diversified program that consists of keynote speeches, industry talks, a hack-a-thon, investment competitions for startups and afterparties
- Topics will include the future of cultivation, investing in cannabis, business ethics, disruptive innovation, seed genetics, marketing and more
New West Summit (“NWS5”), the cannabis tech conference of the year, is scheduled to take place October 10-11, 2019, at San Francisco’s Bespoke Event Center, Under the Dome and Virgin Hotel. As the first conference to focus exclusively on game-changing developments in media, technology and investment within the cannabis space, NWS5 is designed to present quality rather than quantity. Curation sets the conference apart from other cannabis-focused events. Through curation of brands and people, NWS5 is expected to bring forward inspiration, innovation and new ideas into the field.
With its return to San Francisco for the conference’s fifth year, New West Summit is making the most of what the city has to offer. The citywide event will feature an array of interactive experiences that will help participants explore the future of cannabis.
A 50 percent discount on tickets is available for all ticket purchases until September 30, 2019 (http://cnw.fm/0w9lZ). Attendees can opt for a two-day ticket, a one-day NWS5 visit, an afterparty ticket and a rooftop party ticket. The two-day ticket ensures access to all of the conference gatherings, apart from hosted parties and outside events.
New West Summit will host 50 panels, 150 speakers and an investment symposium. A career fair and a hack-a-thon are also included among the featured events. A few of the most prominent speakers that will take part in the fifth edition of the summit include activist and entrepreneur rapper Killer Mike, Alicia Silverstone, founder of the Wellness Agency Jay Faires, co-founder of Pantry Food Co. Paul Rosen, Green Sky co-founder Brian Quigley and numerous others. A detailed list of all speakers and their qualifications is available on the event’s official website (http://cnw.fm/TA12v).
The conference has a diversified keynote speech and talk schedule. Some of the topics that will be discussed during the two conference days include the future of cultivation, investing in cannabis, cannabis business ethics, disruptive innovation in the cannabis industry, seed genetics, marketing, vape technology, the infused cannabis beverages market, plant medicine and many others. The event will also include a dedicated section for cannabis investors and startups looking for financing, featuring a public companies symposium and a Leafwire Pitch Slam startup competition.
Tickets and passes for New West Summit are available at http://cnw.fm/r1UmJ, with a 50 percent discount available until the end of September.
For more information, visit the event’s website at www.NewWestSummit.com
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