(PRWEB) February 20, 2013
The DispensaryPermits.com medical marijuana conference, called the “Green Rush,” has been rescheduled to Saturday, March 2 due to the blizzard in Boston. The event was initially scheduled for Saturday, February 9.
The conference will now be held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, located at 39 Dalton Street in Boston on Saturday, March 2 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Anyone who signed up for the conference initially will be re-booked for the new date and spots are still open for interested attendees who had not signed up previously. Cost to attend the conference is $250 per seat and can be reserved at http://www.dispensarypermits.com.
The event will bring together some of the nation’s leading medical cannabis entrepreneurs to provide important information to Massachusetts dispensary applicants as well as others hoping to be a part of the green rush. The event speakers include:
DispensaryPermits.com Director, Jig Patel, says that the conference will allow entrepreneurs to learn about the various opportunities within the medical marijuana industry and about opening a dispensary in Massachusetts.
“DispensaryPermits.com has an outstanding track record of success in assisting clients apply for and obtain dispensary licenses in multiple states. We have already started helping entrepreneurs in many Massachusetts counties and we look forward to providing valuable information about the complex medical marijuana industry at this conference,” said Patel.
DispensaryPermits.com helps medical marijuana entrepreneurs accomplish their business objectives. The company is a full service-consulting firm from “seed to sale” that can help aspiring business owners open medical marijuana dispensaries, cultivation centers, evaluation centers and even hydroponic stores. The company has assembled a team of top medical marijuana experts, including doctors, lawyers, scientists, architects, CPAs, horticulturists and business owners to assist clients in pursuing medical marijuana business opportunities.
“The medical marijuana industry is complex, with a limited number of companies willing to provide coverage. It is vital to understand your options as an entrepreneur to best manage your risk and protect your interests,” said Thomas P. Fitzgerald, managing director of Corcoran & Havlin’s Medical Marijuana Client Services. “This conference brings together a range of experts who will cover the complex topics that any entrepreneur needs to evaluate before opening a medical marijuana related business.”
For more information, visit http://www.dispensarypermits.com.
DispensaryPermits.com offers “seed to sale” consulting services and hands-on support to medical marijuana entrepreneurs to accomplish their business objectives. With a team of the top medical marijuana experts including doctors, lawyers, scientists, architects, CPAs, horticulturists and business owners, DispensaryPermits.com has successfully helped entrepreneurs obtain dispensary licenses and open medical marijuana related businesses in New Jersey, California, and Arizona with a 100% track record of success. The company’s new Massachusetts office is located in Boston’s Prudential Center.