The industry-leading and Michigan’s largest cannabis business exposition and conference CannaCon is returning to Detroit, Michigan July 22nd and 23rd.
From seed to seed money, CannaCon is a one-stop shop for all of your cannabis business needs, including cultivation, innovation, education, business and legal advice, retail insights, extraction technology, scientific and financial trends, marketing, branding and so much more. Network with like-minded entrepreneurs who are also building a bold, new industry. With over 250 exhibitors already signed up this year’s CannaCon Michigan event is poised to be the largest yet.
“CannaCon is the most amazing business-to-business cannabis convention of mainstream America,” said Marc Wasserman of The Pot Brothers at Law.
Each CannaCon expo is uniquely catered to the needs of the local industry — the upcoming event will feature seminars by former Detroit Lions players Calvin Johnson who will discuss the future of plant medicine, and Rob Simms who will be discussing the importance of collaboration in the cannabis industry. Other featured seminars will cover the topics of pheno hunts, modern website musts, the importance of choosing the right genetics,the benefits of omnichannel sales, and much more.
Every CannaCon event neatly demonstrates how the cannabis industry encompasses a lot more than just licensed cultivators and dispensaries — the expo floor is host to many important ancillary companies including technology firms, security specialists, software designers, and advertising consultants.
Register now to secure your spot at the biggest in-person cannabis industry networking event in over a year!
CannaCon is dedicated to creating and strengthening lifelong partnerships within the emerging cannabis industry. It is our mission to provide a global B2B venue for cannabis businesses, marijuana entrepreneurs, investors and community partners to showcase industry products, people, innovations and technology. We are committed to cultivating business values within the cannabis industry through education and responsible community involvement.