The Sixth International Cannabis Business Conference
The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) is coming back to California for the sixth consecutive year. ICBC is bringing its unparalleled combination of cannabis industry, policy, advocacy, and networking back to beautiful San Francisco on February 6-7, 2020.
A VIP reception on February 6th will kick off the networking at ICBC San Francisco, as speakers, sponsors, and attendees gather at the Hilton Union Square Hotel. This will be a stellar opportunity for attendees to make connections with cannabis entrepreneurs and policymakers from all over the globe. On February 7th the conference schedule will kick-off after an overview from Alex Rogers, CEO and Director of the International Cannabis Business Conference.
Conference topics will include:
California Cannabis industry regulations
How to succeed in the emerging CBD industry
Forming strategic partnerships in the cannabis space
Cannabis industry mergers and acquisitions
International cannabis import/export opportunities
Distributing cannabis in a constantly evolving industry
How technology is revolutionizing the cannabis industry
Four-term Congresswoman and 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard will be appearing via Skype from the campaign trail to discuss federal cannabis policy reform. In addition to Congresswoman Gabbard, Lori Ajax, Chief of the California Bureau of Cannabis Control, will participate in a live interview conducted by journalist David Downs. The conference will also include other informative presentations by world-class cannabis industry and policy experts.
Following the conference curriculum, the International Cannabis Business Conference will host one of its famous after-parties featuring special guest Del the Funky Homosapien.
California’s cannabis market is the largest in the nation and the state has long been a cannabis public policy leader. California was the first state to legalize cannabis for medical use (1996) and has had a vibrant cannabis community for decades. Adult-use cannabis was legalized by California voters in 2016 and since that time the state has worked towards fully implementing a regulated adult-use cannabis industry. With the fifth-largest economy on the entire planet, the opportunities in California have enormous profit potential.
To learn the latest about California, and about other domestic and international cannabis industry opportunities, join us in beautiful San Francisco on February 6-7, 2020. Network with leading cannabis industry entrepreneurs and lawmakers from all over the world.
Tickets can be purchased on EventBrite.
About the International Cannabis Business Conference