Aiming high and delivering strong has become a hallmark of Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (CWCBExpo). The events, held three times a year in New York, Los Angeles and Boston, operate with a defined mission of being 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. For six years, the organization has consistently delivered on that mission. This month’s upcoming Boston CWCBExpo will be the next in the stellar line of premier cannabis events.
Scheduled to take place October 24-26 at the Hynes Convention Center, the expo brings the entire cannabis industry together for unprecedented learning, sharing, connecting and business building. The agenda for the Boston event features an impressive lineup of speakers, presentations and sessions. One of the highlights of this year’s Boston CWCBExpo is the in-depth workshops scheduled on Thursday and Friday, each available for a separate fee.
Thursday’s workshop, hosted by Cloverleaf University and titled ‘Build, Grow and Expand Your Cannabis Business’, is an extensive four-hour course designed for those looking to enter the cannabis industry but unsure of exactly how to do it. The workshop covers what to expect from the business, pitfalls to avoid, tax and financial strategies, marketing strategies and operational strategies. The workshop also discusses national business opportunities, legislative parameters, business models, regulations, due diligence, and steps necessary to purchase, invest in or open a cannabis business.
Friday’s four-hour workshop, hosted by CannAssist and titled ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Owning and Operating a Cannabis Business in Massachusetts’, will include a full slate of cannabis experts who will address the following:
- The vape ban and changing CBD regulations;
- The future of the mass cannabis industry and what the next five years look like;
- Licensing, regulatory and operational hurdles and how to get over them; and
- Dos and don’ts of operating a cannabis retail shop.
The critical industry information offered in these workshops is only the tip of the CWCBExpo iceberg. The conference offers an agenda packed with vital information, vision and support for a wide range of participants in the cannabis space. In addition, the expo’s numerous networking events, including Wednesday night’s Cannabis Week Welcome Party hosted by Women Grow, Thursday evening’s official networking mixer and Friday’s Green Gala produced by Curved Papers create opportunities for participants to rub shoulders with experts and colleagues, share insight, inspiration and experiences that always prove as valuable.
This important event is only two weeks away. Registration options feature a super saver pass, which includes the networking mixer, three-day seminar and expo floor passes and access to keynote addresses; a three-day seminar pass, which includes seminar and expo floor passes, along with keynote addresses; a one-day seminar pass, which includes a seminar, expo and keynote pass for the day selected; a three-day expo pass, which includes expo floor access throughout the event; a one-day expo pass, which includes expo floor access for the day selected; a networking mixer option allowing access to the mixer; and passes to the two workshops.
For more information, visit the event’s website at www.CWCBExpo.com
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