BENZINGA CANNABIS CAPITAL
“The premier gathering of cannabis entrepreneurs and investors in North America is going virtual.
Benzinga’s first virtual Cannabis Capital Conference is guaranteed to offer participants all the benefits of an immersive and robust in-person conference from any remote location. The conference will feature an interactive forum of live and On-Demand presentations from top CEOs, investors and leaders in the cannabis space. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with THE cannabis movers and shakers from across the globe”. Benzinga.com
Ganjactivist.com is branching out with our media and bringing you video content starting with coverage of the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference. This is their first virtual edition and we’re taking the opportunity to bring the conference to our readers.
The event will feature some of the top players in the industry and some of the celebrity movers and shakers. Cannabis is changing our lives ad with the novel Coronavirus, now with us, cannabis use for our health is even more important. Featured guests include former NBA stars Isiah Thomas and John Salley, KushCo, CEO, Nick Kovacevich and Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve.
The sessions start at 10AM EST, with panel discussions and company investor presentations interspersed in between. It’s sure to be a full day of information with 2 tracks of activities, depending on your particular interests.
Track 1 will take you through sessions such as, “The Power of Trust: How consumers seek trust now more than ever” with host, Dennis O’Malley, CEO
of Caliva. Or you can join in on the session entitled “Isiah Thomas & Al Harrington Weigh In On Cannabis”. It’s sure to be a stimulating conversation.
Later on in the afternoon, attendees will get insights into starting and sustaining a cannabis industry. Followed by a session on the trends in this changing world of cannabis and Covid-19.
We will submit questions to panelists and try to get closer insight into what the outlook can be for Jamaica. We will also host a panel discussion of our own following the conference.
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Find out more information on the Benzinga Conference Page, here.