International Cannabis Business Conference comes to San Francisco

 

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The time has come to once again congregate in beautiful San Francisco, CA, for the International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC). Cannabis entrepreneurs from across the world will meet on February 13 and 14, 2016, to discuss marijuana medical and recreational legislation. This summit will be a groundbreaking event for the cannabis culture, which will help shape the future of the industry. The speaker line-up is surely an impressive one, with more details on the event to be found in the press release below.

 

What to do if California’s marijuana regulations suck

Business and politics: At San Francisco’s International Cannabis Business Conference in February, entrepreneurs will learn about California’s new marijuana policies — and how to change the bad ones.

 

California is on the verge of becoming the world’s largest marijuana market, and the newly-passed medical regulations will make or break businesses. If legalization passes, the market will transform even more.

 

That’s why business and politics are the themes of February’s ICBC in San Francisco. Entrepreneurs will  learn about California’s new policies, how they can prepare their businesses for future policy changes and how to back fight back against policies that don’t make sense.

 

“California’s industry is in the washing machine,” said Alex Rogers, producer of the conference. “Businesses better buckle up because some of the new rules will suck.”

 

The conference is about more than simply featuring the biggest names in the business. “The industry is constantly getting more sophisticated, and just educating people on policies is no longer enough,” said Debby Goldsberry, a conference organizer and the executive director of Magnolia Wellness, a medical cannabis collective. “Now business leaders want to influence policies, lead the movement and make history.”

 

The reasons for this are simple. “It’s good for business,” said Anthony Johnson, executive director of Oregon’s successful legalization campaign. “We’re not just an industry. We’re a movement, and the entrepreneurs who take the lead are loved by their customers for doing the right thing. “

 

The ICBC has attracted thousands of conference-goers from around the world, and it’s one of the largest and most successful cannabis business conferences.

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The event will take place from Saturday, February 13 to Sunday, February 14, 2016, at the Downtown Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, CA. To purchase tickets, visit ww.internationalcbc.com/tickets or call 1-888-920-6076.

 

“Business, science, social justice and human rights — this conference has it all,” said Dr. Carl Hart, scientist, activist and educator.

 

“It’s truly unique. The ICBC thinks globally and acts locally,” added Ed Rosenthal, executive director of Green Aid and leading cannabis cultivation expert.

 

“A high-class event with a lot of heart,” said Troy Dayton of ArcView Group. “Top-notch speakers, well-organized, and a passionate group of attendees.”

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Selected Speakers

Andrew Sullivan is a pioneering blogger, journalist, best-selling author, and leading advocate on drug law reform, civil liberties and human rights. He is a regular panelist on “The Chris Matthews Show” and “Real Time with Bill Maher.”

 

Arjan Roskam founded the Green House Coffeeshops and the Green House Seed Company in Amsterdam. He started a series of documentaries called the “Strain Hunters,” whose mission is to identify, locate and retrieve cannabis landraces that have not yet been studied, to give scientists and doctors the possibility to further enhance medical understanding of the cannabis plant.

 

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Ed Rosenthal, widely known as  the “Guru of Ganja,” is the world’s leading expert on cannabis cultivation. He currently serves as the executive director of “Green Aid: The Medical Marijuana Legal Defense Fund.”

 

Debbie Goldsberry, an established leader in the marijuana movement for over 25 years, co-founded Berkeley Patients’ Group and is the current executive director of Magnolia Wellness Collective. She is an expert in cannabis business development and teaches at Oaksterdam University.

 

Raul Del Pino has long been at the leading edge of drug policy in the Spanish-speaking world. In 1996, he created the first Spanish language website dedicated to information about drugs. He has served as chief editor of Cannabis Magazine and is an expert on digital resource and content development. Del Pino is now in charge of project direction and management for Spannabis, Europe’s largest cannabis fair and expo.  

 

Program Highlights

  • California’s new regulations: What happened, what it means to your business
  • What’s next in full legalization: How to prepare for a transforming market
  • Celebrity interview with Tommy Chong
  • Keynote speech by Andrew Sullivan
  • Successful cannabis business strategies: Why advocacy is strategic
  • How to pitch your cannabiz and land big investors
  • Thinking bigger: Taking cannabis nationally and internationally

 

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