Massachusetts has the potential to become one of the largest cannabis markets in the country. The population of Massachusetts is roughly 6.86 people, but adult-use cannabis companies in the state will not just be serving Massachusetts customers, at least not at first.
When adult-use sales begin in Massachusetts this summer it will be the only state allowing adult-use cannabis sales on the entire East Coast. As such, the market potential is going to be insane.
Reform efforts are picking up steam in the entire Northeastern part of the country, with Maine and Vermont having also legalized cannabis, although Maine does not currently allow sales and when Vermont’s law takes effect in July it will also not allow sales. But that will change over time, as will industry-related public policies in other states in the area.
Things are evolving in the Northeastern part of the United States, and in the not-so-distant future, it’s likely that states like New Jersey, Connecticut, New York, and other states will all allow adult-use cannabis sales. The opportunities are going to be abundant, but only those that start putting in work now will reap the rewards.
Learning, networking, and strategizing is going to be vital to the future success of cannabis entrepreneurs in the Northeast, and a STELLAR opportunity to do all of those things is the upcoming NCIA Quarterly Cannabis Caucus in Boston on April 10th at The Westin Copley Place (10 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02116) from 6:30 pm to 9 pm. Below is more information about it via the event’s Facebook listing:
Join us in Boston for an evening of hors d’oeurves, drinks (cash bar), B2B networking and exclusive insights about federal and regional policies that impact your business.
This event will sell out, so register as soon as possible! Registration is complimentary for NCIA members and only $50 for non-members.
The cannabis industry is booming, but federal policy is uncertain. As the only national trade association for the cannabis industry, NCIA’s mission is to protect your interests as a business serving the industry. That’s why we need you to join the national movement for federal cannabis policy reform. To find out more about membership, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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