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Recap: 2017 World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo

by | May 12, 2017 | Latest News

We recently spectated the World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA. The event garnered nearly 3,000 attendants, including more than 150 vendors, keynote speakers, investors, health care providers, panelists, and many cannabis workshops. We were pleased to see many familiar faces from our previous trip to the NCIA show in January.

Many of the speakers were eager to educate attendants in regards to the scientifically proven benefits of cannabis. More importantly, the show highlighted all of the positive changes the industry can bring to the east coast if more progressive laws are implemented. Some of the benefits will lead to better medical access for patients, a demand for more jobs, and utilization of farm land for the cultivation of plant material for processing and consumption by patients.

As the market rules and regulations continue to develop, AiVacuum will remain at the forefront of the technological advancements that go hand-in-hand with these changes. With our headquarters located in Livingston, NJ, we will be able to continue to provide fast shipping and rapid support to all of our east coast customers. Needless to say, we are excited to see the industry progression that is taking place so close to home!

Dr. Bryan Doner, DO, CEO and Medical Director & Co-Founder of Compassionate Certification Centers™ stated, “The interest and need is increasing in [Pennsylvania] at a rapid pace, and we believe the WMMBCExpo will fill this void and offer clinical providers, patients, business owners and entrepreneurs with the information they will need to move forward and navigate the waters of medical marijuana.” It will be exciting to see what changes arise in the cannabis industry. We are eagerly looking forward to forming new business relations.

Guest celebrity speakers included: Nate Jackson, Eben Britton, Todd Herremans, Ricky Williams, and Freeway.

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