Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) is launching its first national conference, The Cannabis Business Summit, June 24-25 in Denver, Colorado. The summit will offer cannabis business leaders a national stage to discuss best practices and business developments from around the industry. The summit will include more than 35 sessions, more than 800 attendees, and an exhibition floor featuring more than 30 leading cannabis businesses over the course of two days.
The Cannabis Business Summit is positioned for business owners and operators across multiple verticals in the cannabis industry. Several topic-oriented tracks will give attendees the opportunity to focus on their areas of expertise. Tracks offered include: CannaBusiness 101, Advanced CannaBusiness, Ancillary Services and Products, and Cannabis Policy and Reform, as well as Community Sessions offering attendees an opportunity to meet and learn from the diverse communities that make up the industry. Featured educational sessions will highlight some of the industry’s leading pioneers and innovators.
Conference highlights and topics covered will include:
NCIA’s Cannabis Business Summit will be held at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Along with the educational sessions and an exhibitor showcase, the event will also include a fundraising reception to support NCIA’s work advancing the policy goals of the responsible cannabis industry.
In an evolving industry with new frontiers and prospects emerging each day, the Cannabis Business Summit will provide essential educational and networking opportunities, making it a must for any cannabis industry professional. Visit us online, and register at http://www.cannabisbusinesssummit.com.
The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) is the largest cannabis trade association in the U.S. and the only organization representing cannabis-related businesses at the national level. NCIA promotes the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and works toward a favorable social, economic, and legal environment for that industry in the United States.