Looking for that perfect gift for the cannabis entrepreneur or activist in your life? Whether it is for a holiday, birthday, or just because, tickets to the International Cannabis Business Conference
(ICBC) can provide a unique, one-of-a-kind gift that will keep on giving. ICBC tickets can be especially valuable if your loved one is a member of the California cannabis community as the next ICBC in San Francisco will have a strong emphasis on the latest medical regulations just passed in the Golden State, along with a preview of exciting developments on the horizon, including the possibility of legalizing marijuana for all adults in 2016. California is already a cannabis commerce juggernaut, but full legalization in the eighth largest economy in the world will take the marijuana market to unprecedented levels.
Whether you or your loved one is a grower, processor, dispensary operator, own an ancillary business, freedom fighter, or are just thinking about entering the cannabis industry, you will benefit from the ICBC. Attendees will learn from those with success on the ground in commerce, politics, art and activism, learning important business tools as well as how to best improve and protect our marijuana laws.
Some of the praise levied at the ICBC:
“Business, science, social justice and human rights – this conference has it all.” —Dr. Carl Hart
, Scientist, Activist, Educator
“Truly unique. The ICBC thinks globally and acts locally.” —Ed Rosenthal, executive director of Green Aid and leading cannabis cultivation expert
“A high-class event with a lot of heart. Top-notch speakers, well-organized, and a passionate group of attendees.” —Troy Dayton, ArcView Group
Industry and activist experts from around the globe converge upon the ICBC, creating an exceptional educational, networking and advocacy event.The two-day ICBC experience includes the latest business, legal, political and cultural information while also providing networking parties conducive to serious networking and having a great time. Not only will attendees learn from experts like leading cannabis tax attorney Henry Wykowski
Chancellor Dale Sky Jones and Magnolia Wellness Collective
Executive Director Debby Goldsberry, but will also be entertained by ICBC MC Ngaio Bealum
and an appearance by the one-and-only Tommy Chong. The first 500 tickets purchased
will get exclusive access to a VIP party with Tommy Chong, featuring performances by Rocker-T
and Bay Area hip hop legend Del the Funky Homosapien
The International Cannabis Business Conference returns to San Francisco in 2016 (after a sold-out success last year), on February 13th-14th, at the Hyatt Regency.
This event is for adults 21 and over. For more information, visit the ICBC website
or call 888-920-6076. The event is expected to sell out (again) so get your tickets before prices go up or all tickets are sold out. The Marijuana Politics staff is proud to help organize the ICBC and take our commitment to helping provide valuable information to the cannabis community very seriously.