Amidst the current global COVID-19 outbreak and the ensuing cancellation of all conferences, New Frontier Data will be holding a virtual Global Cannabis Town Hall.
New Frontier Data, the global authority in data, analytics and business intelligence for the cannabis industry, unites industry leaders from the four corners of the globe to join a one-day virtual meeting to discuss the new economic realities for one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
The Global Cannabis Town Hall: New Economic Realities to be held virtually on April 2, 2020 is presented in collaboration with international partners ExpoCannaBiz (Latin America), CannaTech (Middle East and Asia Pacific), New West Summit (North America), RASB Media (Europe) and CannabisBPO. All logistics are to be facilitated and sponsored by CiscoWebex and Events.com.
Did you know that Medical Cannabis Network is media partners with the Global Cannabis Town Hall?
Joining together by virtual means
Special guest speakers including Dr Reggie Gaudino, leading cannabis genetics researcher, will address the myths and facts of cannabis and CBD anti-viral and anti-inflammatories properties pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic.
Carl Cameron, former fox Carl Cameron, former Fox News White House Correspondent, and Tim Seymour, Co-host of CNBC’s Fast Money, will lead and moderate discussions across policy, economics, and cannabis operations on the regional risks and opportunities the current economic realities present to the cannabis industry worldwide.
Topics of Discussion will include:
- Global Cannabis Industry Socioeconomic Status in 2020
- Impact of Coronavirus on Cannabis Market by Region
- Risks & Opportunities by Region
- North America Update – Presented by New West Summit
- European Update – Presented by RASB
- Latin America Update – Presented by ExpoCannBiz
- ME & APAC Update – Presented by CannaTech
New Frontier Data Founder & CEO Giadha Aguirre de Carcer, said: “There is so much happening and changing on a daily basis everywhere that we felt we had a responsibility to bring forth the scientific and economic facts for each regional cannabis market, unveiling differences and nuances, and ultimately helping industry stakeholders remain connected and united during this unprecedented crisis.
“The cannabis industry can gain real time visibility into what is happening across interconnected regional cannabis markets, which will ultimately facilitate the continued development of an industry that is expected to stand strong amidst the current socio-economic global crisis.”
For more information on this special one-day virtual event, visit here.