The RAD Expo Returns To Portland October 10-11

OREGON: Following the RAD Expo’s huge success in January, Marijuana Venture will be producing the next RAD (Retail and Dispensary) Expo this October 10-11 in Portland, Oregon. The B2B event is 100% focused on marijuana retail and dispensary businesses.

Because the RAD Expo is free for marijuana retail and dispensary owners, buyers and employees, the quality of attendees was a difference-maker for many exhibitors. “The RAD Expo is the only conference where we know almost everyone we talk to will be a potential client or partner because its focus on retail and brands,” said Jeff LaPenna, CEO of The Peak Beyond, a technology company aimed at retailers.

Exhibitors will be companies who supply goods and services to existing and future retailers in the legal marijuana space, offering everything from flooring and point-of-sale systems to snacks and drinks, insurance, glassware, CBD products, marketing services and rolling papers. At the RAD Expo, cannabis retailers can find everything they need to open and operate their business in one place.

About The RAD Expo:

Dates: Oct. 10-11, 2018

Location: Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon

Admission: Free for qualified future and current retail store/dispensary owners, buyers and employees

Exhibitors: Booths and a variety of sponsorship packages are available  — use discount code EARLYBIRD25 for 25% off your booth. Offer ends June 1, 2018.

More Information: www.theRADexpo.com

Phone: (425) 656-3621

Email: theradexpo@gmail.com

Imperious Hosts Cannabis Business Expo At Tacoma Dome July 20-21

WASHINGTON: Imperious Expo + Directory will be hosting the Cannabis Business Expo at the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall on July 20th and 21st, 2016. The show will spotlight the medical and industrial cannabis industry.

Targeting the business sector, with a primary goal of connecting business to business (B2B), not business to consumer (B2C), event organizers hope to leverage their knowledge and experience developed while organizing oil and gas trade shows in Texas to benefit this emerging business sector.

A speaker lineup of thirty speakers will highlight the following topics:

  • Cultivation
  • Growing Medium
  • Insurance
  • Legal
  • Licensing
  • Sustainability
  • Water
  • … and much more
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Cannabis Business Hopefuls Flock To Tacoma For CannaCon

WASHINGTON:  The new marijuana laws in Washington are driving new innovation in business. Thousands of cannabis hopefuls are flocking to the CannaCon held at the Tacoma Dome to share ideas and get their names out in this new industry.

Organizers have called the CannaCon 2014 event a home and garden show with a twist. Participants might not be able to sell or smoke marijuana, but they can find elements for edibles or new innovations related to this relatively new industry, where innovators are already seeing growth.

The 2014 CannaCon brings together more than 100 vendors that are catering to the cannabis industry, from soil producers and hash oil extractors to growing rooms. Businesses can both share ideas and sell products.

“Basically CannaCon is your first business-type expo where you’re just doing business; no smoking, no doing live music, no activism or all that and that the public is allowed to come into,” said organizer Bob Smart.

Cannabis Sativa, Inc. CEO Gary Johnson To Be Keynote Speaker At CannaCon Cannabis Expo

WASHINGTON:  Cannabis Sativa, Inc.  announced today that its President and CEO Gary Johnson will be featured as the keynote speaker at the CannaCon Cannabis Expo being held from Aug. 14 – 17, 2014 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. Mr. Johnson will provide the keynote speech on Saturday August 16th at 3:00 p.m.

CEO Johnson is the former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. Mr. Johnson won the governorship of New Mexico in 1994 as an upstart Republican candidate, making a name for himself over the course of his time in office as a libertarian-minded conservative. He’s been active in libertarian causes, including marijuana legalization since leaving office. Johnson was the Libertarian party’s nominee for president in 2012. When he joined CBDS in July 2014, Johnson received national media attention from numerous news organizations, including CNBC, the Washington Times, the Wall Street Journal and Huffington Post, reporting on his appointment as CEO.