ICBC Ticket Prices Set To Increase After Friday, November 10

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The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) in Kauai, Hawaii is coming up in just under a month! Now is the time to cement your plans for the hottest B2B cannabis conference in the amazing paradise that is Hawaii. Early birding pricing ends after tomorrow, when the clock strikes midnight, so don’t delay in saving $200 by getting your tickets today!

As always, ICBC will feature global leaders in the cannabis industry and entertainment, including a videoconference interview with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and a message from Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.

Comedic legend Doug Benson will be around for the VIP party hosted by the National Cannabis Industry Association on Friday night, December 1st, and international DJ Wayne Jobson will be spinning.

December 2nd and 3rd will be jam-packed with excellent speakers and globally-recognized leaders in cannabis who know how to create success in the marijuana market. Topics include every aspect of the industry you need to be following: Disruptive Tech; Extraction Technology; Clean Cultivation & Genetics; Legal Landscape Under Trump Administration; Hawaii MMJ Rules & Regulations; Private Equity, VCs, & Angels; The Rise of Canadian LPs & Pubco Funds; Mainstreaming Cannabis Media; and Intellectual Property & Cannabis Brands. And Jamaica’s own grammy award winning Morgan Heritage will be performing the Saturday night After Party!

You’ll also want to stick around Monday, December 4th, following the main conference, join industry leaders and others for Leafly and Cannaforia’s golf tourney in perfect 70 degree weather. Play a round and shake the hand of your next business partner.

What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now! Prices increase at midnight after Friday, November 10th!

Source: International Cannabis Business Conference

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