Infocast is launching Cannabis Virtual Council. These by INVITATION ONLY closed door virtual series of discussions on various topics will bring together the whole cannabis value chain from cultivators, extractors, producers, manufacturers, retailers, scientists, researchers, doctors, practitioners, cannabis consultants, marketing firms and experts, investors and more.

Benefits of participating in Cannabis Virtual Council:

  • Infocast will share virtual demand with you and you will be able to connect with new clients and partners
  • You will be able to participate in future webinars as a speaker
  • You will be able to participate in future real live events

Please register your interest in the following areas to apply for the cannabis virtual council membership here

Cannabis Branding, Marketing & Advertising and Outlook
Thursday 10/26/2017 8:00 – 9:00 AM PDT

The legalization of recreational marijuana in California marks a rare opportunity for the entire cannabis industry to rebrand itself. This interesting discussion will open the floor to new ideas how to transition from the old marijuana drug using clichés and stoner mentality into a marijuana regulated market serving a much more diverse customer base.

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Cannabis Retailers’ Outlook
Wednesday 11/8/2017, 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

The cannabis retail business is changing fast as the customer base is changing from medical individuals with specific needs to all sorts of recreational consumers over the age of 21. Now is the best time to leverage established retail design principles and consumer behavior insights to grow our businesses right and make it scalable to tap into this huge cannabis recreational opportunity and convert shoppers into loyal buyers. Let’s connect on this virtual panel to discuss the best cannabis merchandising and displaying tips and tricks to enhance customer experience at your facility.

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Marijuana & Health
Tuesday 11/21/17, 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

Cannabis is a plant that can heal anything from chronic pain, epilepsy, cancer, PTSD, alzheimer’s and many other serious conditions. Anyone from kids to the elderly and from humans to animals may benefit from medical marijuana. This discussion will open the floor to new information about research in different fields and how that can be applied in practical medicine for prescribing and dosing.

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Growers & Cultivators’ Outlook
Tuesday 12/12/17, 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

Growers and cultivators will connect virtually to discuss benefits of outdoor vs. indoor growing, pesticide issues, cooperatives vs. collectives and issues, energy and water challenges, disposal, and interactions with local laws and enforcement and landlord issues.

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Cannabis Market, Investment and M&A Outlook for 2018
Wednesday 1/10/18, 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

California is on the verge of creating a legal marijuana market worth more than $5 billion. This virtual session with discuss the transition from the illegal to a regulated market and the challenges that it will create and investment opportunities it will open.

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Cannabis Distribution Basics and Challenges
Tuesday 1/30/18, 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

Diverging supply chain dynamics have opened a debate over the future of cannabis distribution after MCRSA was passed requiring cannabis to be passed through distributors who are responsible for batches testing and getting the products from manufacturers to processors to retail and delivery customers. Brands worry about their reputation being at stake because of this and wish to self-distribute. How do you see the future of cannabis distribution?

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Apply to be a part of the Cannabis Virtual Council

Please select the sessions you are interested in:

10/26/2017 - Branding, Marketing & Advertising and Outlook11/18/2017 - Retailers’ Outlook11/21/2017 - Marijuana & Health12/12/2017 - Growers & Cultivators’ Outlook1/10/2018 - Market, Investment and M&A Outlook for 20181/30/2018 - Distribution Basics and Challenges