ICBC San Francisco Ticket Prices Go Up This Wednesday At Midnight

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It’s time once again to get ready for the premiere B2B cannabis conference in the world!

The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) lands in San Francisco on February 1st-2nd at the Hyatt Embarcadero – but early bird prices end this Wednesday at midnight!

ICBC this year bring with it a strong and heady line-up of cannabis leaders, including celebrities Tommy Chong, DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill, political pioneers Debby Goldsberry and Lindsay Robinson, and California State lead regulators, Alex Traverso of the Bureau of Cannabis Control, and Lori Ajax, California’s “Cannabis Czar“, among many other top-tier cannabis information brokers. The San Francisco ICBC will be the best place to have your questions heard and to get insider tips from long-time professionals.

This year’s event couldn’t be happening at a more important time for players in the cannabis space. Legal adult sales, use and commerce have all rolled out of the gate as of January 1st, and the race is on to participate in California’s quickly growing market. RIGHT NOW is the time to find out where final regulations are trending, and which parts of the state are open (or are opening) for business.

ICBC brings you the knowledge and networking you need to catapult your business to the next phase of legal cannabis. Topics covered including compliance, tech, taxes, legal protection, investing abroad and domestically, logistics of distribution, and building strategic partnerships.

So what are you waiting for? Come party with DJ Muggs AND get the tools you need to thrive in the burgeoning cannabis industry. Save yourself $200. Get your tickets today before prices increase this Wednesday at midnight!

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