Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo New York
Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo New York, is the industry’s top conference program. It details out the local landscape as well as the national outlook as you prepare to develop your brand, increase efficiencies, or look for investment. Learn at CWCBExpo from the professionals and experts who are currently leading the pack.
The Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo New York is a business-to-business trade show event for the legalized cannabis industry. It is held 3 times per year in the largest media, financial, and business markets. Those markets are New York, Los Angeles, and Boston. It is the leading forum for dispensary owners, growers, and suppliers. Investors, medical professionals, government regulators, legal counsel, and entrepreneurs are also encouraged to a part of it. This event is for people looking to achieve business success and identify new areas of growth in this dynamic and fast-growing industry.
Industry natives, entrepreneurs, health care providers, investors, professional and business service providers of all kinds are capitalizing on the nation’s fastest-growing industry. The United States market is estimated to top $35 billion annually by 2020, including legalized recreational and health care sectors. The financial implications of this growth will have a positive effect on nearly every sector of the economy. The #CWCBExpo is the only business-to-business forum that focuses on educating and connecting professionals who recognize the unparalleled business opportunities within the U.S. Founded by the industry’s top thought leaders, the CWCBExpo was created with the sole purpose of providing a forum to educate and guide business leaders to succeed in this emerging market.
Attendees at the Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo are highly qualified professionals and entrepreneurs:
- Employed in the cannabis industry
- Interested in starting a cannabis business
- Private equity & investment resources
- Provide professional or business services