See 2019 Cannabis Conference Introduction Video right here.
In each the Commonwealth and New England — and, certainly, the nation — these are fascinating instances for the cannabis business. As a consensus on the subject of legalization continues to construct, technologies and banking, especially, are unlocking doors that have extended barred entry to the business, presenting visionaries and pragmatists alike with possibilities in no way just before probable.
Possible, in several strategies, is restricted only by imagination. The cannabis market place will influence, and be influenced by, numerous other people, which includes the biotech, agtech, finance, and manufacturing industries. The synergistic possibilities are endless.
From our very first involvement in the cannabis business in 2012, Burns & Levinson recognized these possibilities. It is in this spirit that we have, as soon as once again, convened dozens of national professionals and experts to discover these possibilities and bring the reality of legalization into sharper concentrate. Their strategic legal and monetary perspectives are what separates this conference from other cannabis-focused conferences, workshops, and seminars, and it is our hope that their encounter and insight will assist business players chart their personal course for future good results.
Held on October 23rd, Burns & Levinson’s third annual State of the Cannabis Sector Conference brought with each other more than 200 attendees from across the nation. From possible investors to business insiders, this conference was a exclusive chance for attendees to understand and network with persons at all points of the cannabis business. Our in-depth panels covered significant subjects such as: the state of the cannabis legalization, the Meals and Drug Administration’s stance on CBD, the trend toward business consolidation, amongst several other people. Furthermore, the conference featured a spotlight interview with Steven Hoffman, Chairman of the Cannabis Handle Commission, and keynote addresses by Dr. Karen Munkacy, Founder and CEO of Garden Treatments, and Dan Fireman of Fireman Capital Partners.
In the coming days, the Cannabis Organization Advisory Group appears forward to sharing some of the conference’s highlights, as effectively as possible tools and ideas noted in the course of our panel discussions. Ultimately, we would like to acknowledge all of the sponsors, speakers, and exhibitors whose generosity and assistance had been instrumental in creating the conference probable. We would also like to thank all of our attendees.