Cannabis Industry Group Sponsoring Medical Marijuana Business Conference



More Than 200 of America’s Cannabis Entrepreneurs Expected to Attend
The National Cannabis Industry Association announced Tuesday that the organization will be the Premier Sponsor of the National Marijuana Business Conference to be held at the Sherman Street Event Center in Denver on November 8 and 9, 2012.
More than 200 medical marijuana dispensary operators, infused product manufacturers, and related entrepreneurs are expected to attend the conference produced by MMJ Business Daily, an online news service for medical cannabis professionals.
NCIA Executive Director Aaron Smith and Director of Public Affairs Steve Fox will both be on hand at the conference to provide analysis of how November election results will affect the medical marijuana industry moving forward both nationally and on a state-by-state basis.

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Aaron Smith, executive director, National Cannabis Industry Association, will be on hand at the conference to analyze how the November elections will impact the medical marijuana industry, both nationally and on a state-by-state basis

Other confirmed speakers include Betty Aldworth of Evolution Consulting, Troy Dayton of The ArcView Group, Steven DeAngelo of Harborside Health Center, Rob Kampia of the Marijuana Policy Project, Tripp Keber of Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, Kayvan Khalatbari of Denver Relief, and Genifer Murray of CannLabs.
In addition to two days of sessions including business workshops, “lessons learned” presentations, and legal and financial advisory panels, conference attendees are invited to attend a VIP Gala supporting NCIA on the evening of November 8.
Early conference registration starts at $200 for NCIA member-businesses and $250 for other attendees. Those interested in attending can click here to register for the conference and purchase tickets to the VIP Gala.
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The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) says it promotes the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and works for a favorable social, economic and legal environment for that industry in the United States. Visit for more information.