Though cannabis is often looked at as something of a West Coast phenomenon, the wildly successful Cannabis Compliance Summit will be touching down on the Eastern seaboard early next year.
The 3rd CannaEast Compliance Summit 2018 will take place in Lake Buena Vista, located just outside of Orlando, Florida, on January 17-19, 2018. The event — which is hosted by Infocast, a leading producer of industry-specific, deal-making events — promises a unique environment for cannabis professionals, hopeful cannabis entrepreneurs, and investors to come together and learn about the industry from scientists, experts, and successful ganjapreneurs from around the continent.
The 3rd CannaEast Compliance Summit 2018 is designed to help you navigate the numerous and complicated regulatory, compliance, legal, business and technical challenges of the cannabis space — all in the name of avoiding and learning from mistakes done in other states with legalized markets.
This year, featured speakers at the 3rd CannaEast Compliance Summit will cover a wide breadth of knowledge and experience, including major cannabis business leaders such as Tim Keogh, CEO of AmeriCann Inc.; politicians, such as Pennsylvania Sen. Daylin Leach (D); and government officials with insider knowledge of state regulatory agencies, such as Christian Bax, the top medical cannabis regulator in Florida, Michelle Larson, the director of Minnesota’s Office of Medical Cannabis, and Shelly Edgerton, the director of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
Starting January 17, attendees will be treated to a pre-Summit workshop which will provide guidance on food safety regulations related to cannabis-infused edibles, tips for creating a compliance plan to keep your cannabis enterprise above board and fully state-legal, and demos for compliance and seed-to-sale tracking software. The main summit kicks off on January 18 and will feature two full days of keynotes and panel discussions from some of the industry’s top East coast players.
Since the original Cannabis Compliance Summit took place, this conference has evolved into the go-to event for bringing cannabis testing labs, equipment/technology providers, growers, processors, retailers and industry experts into the same room to come together to learn about and improve the cannabis space.
“Don’t miss your chance to meet the key East Coast regulators to help you navigate through compliance and regulatory challenges and develop best practices for compliance, testing and delivering safe cannabis products,” said Vladka Anderson, Director of New Topic & Business Development for Infocast.
Buying tickets in advance will save you money on the entrance fee, but early bird ticket pricing ends December 1 so book your spot at the CannaEast Compliance Summit now — Ganjapreneur readers can also use the discount code 1804MEDIA15 to get 15% off the early bird price!