Due to the current situation surrounding the Coronavirus, the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Detroit, originally scheduled for April 1, has been postponed. New dates will be announced soon.
“Because of concerns from the World Health Organization over this pandemic, we are placing a priority on the health and safety of our staff and attendees,” said Jason Raznick, CEO of Benzinga, adding that they will continue to actively monitor the situation and follow advice of public health officials in the following weeks.
The Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference is the premier gathering of cannabis entrepreneurs and investors in North America, and it’s coming to Detroit! No other conference offers the level of access and seamless interaction between entrepreneurs building future billion-dollar cannabis enterprises and the investors whose capital will make that happen. The conference is designed for:
Investors looking to come face-to-face with top cannabis companies to hear about advancements, innovation and opportunities in the rapidly changing space.
Cannabis executives searching for new opportunities to grow and bolster business enterprises with lightning presentations and curated 1:1 networking.
Any person interested to hear from the experts and thought leaders driving the space forward amidst regulation, legalization and industry changes.
Speakers include Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency Director Andrew Brisbo, former NFL player & real estate investor Hakeem Valles, Benzinga CEO & Founder Jason Raznick, and Cresco Labs SVP Barrington Rutherford. There are also opportunities to grow business enterprises with lightning round presentations and 1:1 meetings.