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State of CannaBiz - 2019 Legislative Update & B2B Expo

  • LA Convention Center 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA, 90015 United States (map)

State of CannaBiz - 2019 Legislative Update & B2B Expo

Saturday, April 13th, 2019
10am - 4pm

Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA, 90015
South Hall: Concourse Meeting Room, 403 A&B

By 2025 the global legal cannabis market is expected to reach $146.4B. Build your network so your cannabis business can maximize its net worth!

Collective StrategiesSocial Equity LACalifornia Cannabis Coalition and Eaze invite you to the inaugural State of Cannabiz – 2019 Legislative Update & B2B Expo, to come learn about the current state of cannabis legislation, the marketplace and gain expertise from cannabis businesses across the supply chain.

Join 500+ licensed cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, retail operators, suppliers, as well as other professional service providers and government representatives (21+).

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This is a non-consumption event

The State of Cannabiz - 2019 Legislative Update & B2B Expo will provide:

1. Key Legislative Updates (State and Federal)

2. B2B Information Sessions:
a) Licensing, Compliance and Enforcement (CA & City of LA)
b) Legal, Taxes, Banking and Accounting
c) Medicinal, Wellness and Holistic
d) Social Justice, Culture and Economic Opportunities
e) Investment, Innovation and Tech

3. Networking (Connect with policy experts and leading industry professionals with hands on experience and expertise to help grow your cannabis business).

4. 40+ Exhibit Booths, Food, Drinks and Giveaways

Current Sponsors and Partners Include: 
 Brownie Mary Democrats
 California Cannabis Coalition 
 California Minority Alliance- I.E. Chapter 
 Clark Neubert LLP
 Collective Strategies 
 CPA Green Growth
 Dama Financial 
 Drug Policy Alliance
 Eaze
 Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project (MAPP) 
 Orange County NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws)
 Rebalan 
 Social Equity LA
 CannaClub at UCLA
 Veterans Cannabis Coalition
 Weed Blog
 Weed for Warriors Project