Cannabis events you do not want to miss this summer
COVID-19 killed millions of people throughout the world last year, and many cannabis events were never able to highlight and present products or companies to the cannabis space. The summer of 2021 is set to help us forget about all that we missed out on last year. Cannabis events are going to go forward. Perhaps in different venues than past years, but they will be on schedule.
The green path is ready for new and inventive products and information about the cannabis space globally. People are prepared to collaborate with others whose interests range from a hobbyist to cannabis connoisseur. It’s now time to forget about the devastating 2020 cannabis events that never saw the light of day due to lockdowns and personal bubbles triggered by COVID. Instead, it's time to check out the expo and summit events that are scheduled for this summer.
The leading cannabis business-to-business event for the cannabis world is CannaCon, who, as everyone could not engage in person-to-person cannabis events, is ready for the show to begin. So this summer 2021, CannaCon is returning to in-person expo venues in some major US cities:
- Oklahoma (May 27-28)
- Michigan Detroit (June 25-26)
- Illinois Chicago (August 6-7)
These are some of the intended venue locations where each expo will be offering knowledge and advice from expert speakers with proven expertise in finding success in the marijuana business.
If you want and need that personal contact, the Budtender Awards in Las Vegas May 21-23 will help fulfill that need with in-person awards. This is one of the cannabis events whose pure vision is to elevate the industry through education. The entire community is welcomed to join in on the cannabis events presented by the annual awards that honour the Budtender.
Natural Products Expo West
Natural Products Expo West online. May 24-27 will have more than 80,000 attendees. The expo was cancelled from a prior date due to the restrictions of COVID. It has now been rescheduled. Look to engage with over 3,600 exhibitors as scheduled last year. This expo is host to many hemp and CBD companies.
The late summer is a perfect time for discovering special cannabis events of interest.
As women, the need has never been more prevalent. Women need to come together through networking for all to reach the full potential of a woman.
Women in Cannabis Expo
The mission for this group starts with the collaboration of women inspired and connected in the cannabis industry. Unfortunately, the pandemic has halted many of the cannabis summits and cannabis events scheduled for 2020. However, the one on September 27- 29 in 2021 will stay compliant with the State of Nevada health rules. Among other precautions deemed necessary by the Atlantis Hotel & Casino, masks and temperature checks will be required.
COVID-19 has had a devastating effect not only on humans but on the economy of the world-as-a-whole. No one can be certain that summits and cannabis events in person will be returned this summer. Positivity is the way to go forward. Some of the cannabis events mentioned will be of interest to many cannabis lovers, whether they are virtual or in-person.