Get Your OMBC Tickets by Midnight to Save!

Buy before midnight today, April 14th  and save $100!
Now is the time to save! Ticket prices will increase $100at 11:59 pm. This event normally sells out so act now and we’ll see you in Eugene April 28!

The elections of 2016 saw an increase in the number of states legalizing marijuana but we also experienced a changing of the guard at the federal level, with indications that medical marijuana may be regaining some lost ground. Business interests in medical and adult-use recreational cannabis have never been higher, both in Oregon and abroad. The OMBC brings you the latest information and legislative updates in the wake of our new administration, and you will be able to speak directly with our panelists, many of whom are directly involved in current rules and regulations.

Of course, the OMBC also offers the finest boutique exhibitor space with today’s leading cannabis companies representing the latest technologies and products, providing the ideal networking environment!

The time is almost here for the 4th Annual Oregon Marijuana Business Conference at the Valley River Inn in Eugene, Oregon! The date is set for April 28th, but Early Bird Ticket prices end this Friday, April 14th!

Improving our lineup is our goal each year, and this year we have a stellar group of presenters from a diversity of fields who are all coming together to improve cannabis legislation in Oregon and elsewhere.

Our speakers for this year:

Henry Rollins, Keynote
Senator Floyd Prozanski
Amanda Borup from OLCC
Drake Sutton-Shearer from Prohbtd Media
Kohel Haver from law firm Swider | Haver
Kristie Cromwell
Random Vaughn
Danica Hibpshman from OLCC
Dennis Wright
Rachel Kurtz from NCIA
Eric Wendt from Green Leaf Labs
Lee Berger
Chelsea Hopkins from Greener Side
Brent Kenyon
Anthony Johnson
Justin Botillier
Alex Rogers, OMBC CEO
Anne van Leynseele

With the recent change in our federal administration, numerous questions have arisen concerning the future status of medical cannabis, and the ongoing situation with adult-use, recreational cannabis policies and the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program. The Oregon Health Authority will be taking submissions for comments on testing rules until April 30th, making the OMBC a great time to learn the latest on lab regulations and a whole host of issues.

Come join us in finding out the most up-to-date information on all things cannabis in Oregon! This year’s event is selling quickly but Early Bird Tickets are still available through April 14, offering a savings of up to $100 off ticket prices! See you soon!