Cannabis events in 2020 that haven’t been cancelled

Published Jun 1, 2020 09:00 a.m. ET
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COVID-19 has affected more than just 4.76 million people. The virus has reached out and impacted the entire cannabis industry. Fear has spread through the cannabis community, and as such, consumers have changed their habits. Cannabis events have been cancelled or postponed. However, some brave souls have decided to continue with the 420 events they had planned.  Are any of your favorites on the cannabis list that is continuing to be part of a cannabis expo this year?

COVID-19 has caused some cannabis expo participants to cancel, and some have chosen to postpone any cannabis events that they had planned. Choices were made in the interest of caution and safety measures until the pandemic is downgraded. However, some involved in the cannabis industry are puff puff puffing ahead with promoting their cannabis businesses by using:

  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Facebook

MJBizConNEXT Direct

Date: Virtual event June 29  July 1, 2020

This venue will provide industry executives with a place to gather and promote their businesses. Players from all aspects of the industry's supply chain are invited. Valuable connections will be made in the Networking Forums. The business will take the form of an in-person event. Business for this event will be conducted in 5 state of the art virtual expo halls.

Hemp Industry Daily Conference Direct

Date: June 29 July 1, 2020

This event is designed to encourage leading hemp industry leaders together to discuss the future of the industry. The event is bought to you by the most trusted source for hemp and CBD news. This experience will immerse you in an interactive world of cannabis.

Hemp Industry Daily Conference

Date: August 19 – 20 2020

The conference is in New Orleans, and it will provide an opportunity for hemp businesses to be able to sustain profits. This is the only event that is dedicated to the hemp industry, so don’t miss out.

Cannabis Labs/Food Labs Conference

Date: June 1- 5 2020

This virtual cannabis event hopes to address the technology, regulatory compliance, and quality management as each one relates to the cannabis industries testing market. The presentation of two cannabis industries under one roof will provide the attendees with double the information on technology and the best practices that can be shared within the cannabis and food industry. The company is well aware of the changing times in regard to COVID-19, and should there be an issue with a live presentation, the venue will be changed to a virtual conference on the same dates.

The Canadian  420 Cannabis Community

Date: May 30, 2020

The 420 cannabis community is calling all cannabis moms who consume CBD, THC, or other cannabinoids to join the WOCC for a discussion about mothers and cannabis. This is a free virtual event that is designed to be a celebration of the feminine cannabis experience.

O’Cannabiz Conference and Expo

Date: October 27 – 29

If you are looking forward to Canada’s premier cannabis business conference and cannabis expo mark October 27, - 29 in your calendar. The International Centre Mississauga, Ontario, will host high-level networking that will be available under one roof. The full spectrum event at the Toronto International Center will be the platform for connecting thousands of expert companies and brands. Included in the spectrum:

  • Nutrients
  • Greenhouse constriction
  • Lifestyle
  • Medical issues
  • Legal Issue

These are a few of the topics that will be discussed throughout the guest speaking and panels provided.

Changes have defiantly been established now that the COVID0-19 pandemic has become part of our daily lives. The cannabis community and how business is conducted going forward will be part of the changes. Perhaps the only way businesses will be conducted may be through the virtual platforms mentioned earlier. However, business must be conducted going forward, so the cannabis events and the cannabis expo venues will adjust. The green horizon may look different but will remain part of the essential industry that has been ruled a necessity.

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