Cannabis Business Events in New York – Spring 2022

Lisa
April 1, 2022

MJ Unpacked, CWCBE & a Tri-City Tour with NCIA

With the opening of our New York office earlier this year, we’ve been spending time around the state working to help build the industry in the Empire State.

Our team of cannabis experts will round out Spring 2002 with events around the state. We hope to see you there!

MJ Unpacked:  May 18 – 20

Next up is MJ Unpacked in NYC. Join us in the hottest area of the country for cannabis licensing and business development as MJ Unpacked brings their premier industry event to New York. The days will be packed with highly-curated content in a setting that is designed to put you in touch with the most influential cannabis leaders, investors, and brands. Learn more.

CWCBE:  June 2 – 4

We’ll be at the Javits Center the first week of June for CWCBExpo for three days of education and networking. Meet with our team of experts who work with clients to help win cannabis licenses and build successful businesses. Organizers call it the conference “where deals get done.”

Our founding partner Jay Czarkowski will lead a workshop on the first day of the conference with other industry experts. Join in the workshop “East Cast Cannabis Entrepreneurs: Funding, Licensing, Make Money” from 9:00am – 11:30am on Thursday, June 2.

Hope to see you there. Learn more.

Tri-City Tour with NCIA: June 6 – 9

The week following CWCBE, we will embark on a 3-city tour of New York with the National Cannabis Industry Association for our “Insights & Influencers: NY Opportunity Tour”. We’ll be in Rochester the evening of Monday, June 6, in Albany the evening of Tuesday, June 7, and back in NYC/Brooklyn the evening of Thursday, June 9.

Mix and mingle with state and national-level influencers and learn from industry leaders who have worked in regulated cannabis markets across the US and internationally. 

Register for Rochester.

Register for Albany.

Register for NYC/Brooklyn

 

 

 

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