The ArcView Group is a California-based network of accredited investors. Each member has pledged to invest a minimum of $50,000 in the legal cannabis market.
The group holds investor meetings every few months, at which canna-businesses are afforded an opportunity to pitch investors for start-up funding. In addition to the company pitches, ArcView consists of numerous networking opportunities from all aspects of the legal cannabis industry.
Visit our website to find out when the next ArcView Investor Network meeting will take place.
You can learn more about the event at their website: arcviewgroup.com.
Founded in 2010, The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) is a trade organization for the cannabis industry. It serves to provide cannabis business owners with a voice in Washington, D.C.
The NCIA is led by industry leaders with the intent to speak for the needs of the rapidly-growing cannabis industry. Additionally, they allow members to choose who will serve on the board of directors with annual elections.
Whether you are currently a part of the medical cannabis industry or hoping to apply for a medical cannabis license this event is for you!
With the passage of Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA), California’s medical cannabis industry is now moving into a state licensing program. Voters will also be deciding on yet another major regulatory bill, Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) in November. Both laws include robust product safety protocols as well as a new licensing program.
Attendees will learn the general regulatory requirements for manufacturing, cultivation, dispensing, and laboratory operations as well as operating procedures, policies, and training recommended for each operation. PFC staff will demystify regulatory inspection, help you prepare your business and provide practical steps to reduce company liability with the industry's industry best practices.
Founded in 1991, Seattle Hempfest is the world’s largest event advocating cannabis law reform, in a unique “protestival” environment. The annual event is held every August in Myrtle Edwards Park on the Seattle waterfront.
Seattle Hempfest covers 1.5 miles of beautiful waterfront park, in the heart of downtown Seattle. It serves to educate the public on the myriad of potential benefits offered by the cannabis plant, including the medicinal, industrial, agricultural, economic, environmental, and other benefits and applications.
In particular, Seattle Hempfest seeks to advance the cause of cannabis policy reform through education, while advancing the public image of the cannabis advocate or enthusiast through example.
You can learn more about the event at their website: www.hempfest.org.
SPANNABIS is a cannabis industry trade show that is held each year in Barcelona, Madrid, and Sur. The event was founded in 2003 and has grown to be considered one of the biggest cannabis events in the world.
The next rendition of Spannabis will be held in Barcelona, Spain.
You can learn more about the event at their website: www.spannabis.com.