MJBizCon

MJBizCon

MJBizConINT'L is where business, research, and policy intersect to advance the global cannabis industry. Join an international audience for three days of networking and educational programming on the conditions, trends and opportunities in the global cannabis marketplace.

Company Overview

It is scheduled to take place from September 4th to 6th, 2019 at the Toronto Metro Convention Center. This is where 2500 global cannabis executives come to learn, grow and connect. There are opportunities to meet and learn from leading industry experts around the globe, including a keynote from The Right Honorable Kim Campbell, Former Prime Minister, Canada. It is beneficial in helping you build your ideal conference agenda, with sessions covering Opportunities in Hemp & CBD, Science & Research, International Business Considerations, Raising Capital, and more. It gives you the chance to join peers with shared interests and goals in specialized workshops like Global Cannabis Investing, and welcome receptions with geographic focus areas like EMEA and LATAM & The Caribbean.

About MJBizCon

HQ Location
Lakewood, CO
Founded
2011

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