Saturday, April 27, 2019

O'Cannabiz Toronto 2019

Canadian and International cannabis industry conference and expo takes place April 25-27 in Hall 5 of the International Centre. The Business Conference and Industry Awards Gala happens on Thursday, the Industry Expo is Friday and the Public Expo & Cannabis Meets Healthcare takes place Saturday. You can tell how fast the expo is filling up that weed has gone from back alley to big business in just a short time. Canadian cannabis legalization has kickstarted this section of the economy.

From the O'Cannabiz website; "It is a full-spectrum cannabis B2B event that connects thousands of expert companies and brands integrated in the full 360 degrees of the industry. These include: lighting, nutrients, greenhouse construction and supplies, peer-reviewed agri-practices, lifestyle, medical and legal issues, marketing, the hiring of professionally trained growing staff, best financial and investment advice, quality control and market analyses. It is, in short, a buffet of best-business practices. And it’s your best opportunity to source… shop… network… and grow."

Opening day had rocker Henry Rollins kickoff the conference with a keynote address by the cannabis advocate.

"O'Cannabiz is back, bigger than ever, and we are super-proud of what our team has produced for 2019," said Neill Dixon, founder of O'Cannabiz. "Our attendees expect the number one-rated cannabis event in Canada, which includes a business breakfast, breakout sessions, a stacked roster of speakers, a women's brunch, and of course, the tradeshow floor. We plan to over-deliver on this expectation."
Saturday is the final day of the trade show and will feature a Woman in Weed Breakfast, the Public Expo and keynote speaker Montel Williams as well as actor Ricki Lake from Weed The People.

The conference is full of solutions for growing, packaging and the business of weed including canna-tourism.

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