The Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition (CWCBE) will take place from June 15-17 at the nation’s busiest convention center — the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan — is set to feature cannabusinesses in several areas of focus including security services, legal resources and marketing agencies.
Hosted by the for-profit group known as the International Cannabis Association, the convention will include speakers such as former NFL player Leonard Marshall moderating a panel involving medical marijuana as a treatment for sports-related injuries as well as a keynote address from NORML founder Keith Stroup.
In addition to the open conventional hall filled with marijuana-related businesses, the CWCBE boasts an array of seminars expected to offer insight on creating, financing and running a cannabis-based business. As a part of the seminars Dale Sky Jones, executive chancellor of Oaksterdam University, will offer a presentation on from mitigating risk when establishing a business model. Another presentation offered at the event will include insights on marijuana’s transition from a mom and pop industry to big business.
More information about the upcoming event is available here.
This article is sponsored by The Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition.