Cannabis industry remains one of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S. Billions of dollars in sales, thousands of new workplaces, impressive investment opportunities—these are just a few benefits the marijuana industry may offer. And if you want to learn more about the cannabis business or the rapidly changing weed policy, we suggest you attend one of the three marijuana industry events that will be held this January.
When: January 06, 2017
Where: Seattle, WA
This year, the Cannabis Alliance hosts the 3rd Annual Washington Cannabis Summit. This event creates space for substantive discussions and intelligent dialogue between the industry leaders, lawmakers, and activists.
One of the main goals of the meeting is to educate and inform the cannabis business leaders, advocates, and policy makers on the most important issues facing the weed industry. For more details, go to the summit's official website.
When: January 19, 2017
Where: Denver, CO
Vangst, one of the largest cannabis staffing agencies in the U.S., invites you to its annual career fair. This event gives cannabis entrepreneurs and job seekers an opportunity to finally meet each other.
If you want to start a new career and become a part of the rapidly growing marijuana industry, the Vangst Cannabis Career Fair is the perfect place for networking and getting more educated. Here, you will get a chance to meet the business leaders from over 50 cannabis companies as well as attend several educational panels and seminars.
For more details, visit the fair's website.
When: January 19-20, 2017
Where: Los Angeles, CA
The second HIGH TIMES Business Summit will take place in Los Angeles. There will be dozens of seminars and symposiums where you can listen to the industry leaders, cannapreneurs, policy makers, activists, and health care providers.
The major topics of discussion will be the recent legalization of recreational weed in California and other states and the way it affected the cannabis industry. In addition to that, you will learn how to start your own cannabis business and how to keep it in compliance with the constantly changing laws.
For more information about the event, go to the summit's website.