America is making big moves for cannabis this year. Not only did we get to ring in the New Year but California legalized marijuana on Jan.1! So there are a lot of things to already be thankful for.
The New Year always brings on new goals and ideas. This year’s goal is pretty set in stone for the cannabis community. Legalization! But that doesn’t mean there aren’t legal events to attend. There are now 30 states and the District of Washington that have legalized on a state level. Make sure if you travel state to state for events, that you know your law. Beware, marijuana is still illegal federally. Here are your 2018 cannabis events.
Cannabis 411: Build a Cannabis Business in California’s Legal Market
Laws and regulations regarding marijuana businesses can get very tricky. With our Cannabis 411 seminar, we’re here to give you all the facts. Also, we will give you guidelines to legally starting your very own cannabis business in California. Let us help you avoid common mistakes!It’s an opportunity to meet and make connections. In addition, you can meet with leading industry professionals with hands-on experience and expertise.Sat, Jan. 6, 2018, at 10:00 AM. Tickets range from $50 to $175.
Maui Cannabis Conference
Maui Cannabis Conference is an event to promote cannabis awarenes. This conference will bring together a diverse group of cannabis industry leaders to educate and network. Maui Cannabis Conference will feature a speaker series, an exhibition, and a vending hall. Most noteworthy is the VIP Saturday night Bash and mobile clinic.
This event is open to the public. Our goal is to educate Maui and beyond about the medical benefits of cannabis. There will be a mobile clinic set up where you can make an appointment with a physician to find out if you qualify for a State of Hawaii 329 Medical Cannabis Card.
Jan. 6-7, at 10:00 AM. Tickets range from $20 to $75.
2018 Washington Cannabis Summit
A day of progressive discussions around the complex world of cannabis. The Washington Cannabis Summit includes speakers along with the discussions that are developed around key topics. This will both inspire and better connect individuals with professionals, public servants, academics, and citizens. For that reason, those who share a commitment to improving the cannabis industry are welcomed.