The National Cannabis Industry Association is hosting a Quarterly Cannabis Caucus event tonight in Seattle. If you are in the area I strong suggest you attend if you are serious about the cannabis industry. There’s a lot going on right now at the local and federal level, and this is a GREAT place to get the scoop. Below is more information:
As the cannabis industry heads into 2017 on a tide of new victories and new challenges, the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) will host a Washington Cannabis Caucus on Tuesday, January 10, in Seattle.
The Cannabis Caucus is an educational and networking event designed to update cannabis professionals on the latest in policy and industry developments, while helping connect local cannabis business leaders. NCIA is the only national trade association for legal marijuana businesses in the U.S.
Featured speakers for the event include Lara Kaminsky, executive director of The Cannabis Alliance, and Aaron Smith, NCIA executive director.
NCIA’s Quarterly Cannabis Caucus event series educates, connects, and inspires attendees, with a customized state and federal policy briefing and meaningful networking opportunities with regional and national industry leaders. The Cannabis Caucuses are held in the cannabis industry’s eight most active regions during the first month of each quarter.
This event is FREE for current NCIA members and open to other cannabis industry professionals for a donation of $50.
Tuesday, January 10
NCIA’s Washington Cannabis Caucus
6:30pm – 9pm
Sole Repair Shop
1001 E Pike St.
Seattle, WA 98122
Online registration for Quarterly Cannabis Caucuses is available at http://thecannabisindustry.
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The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) is the largest cannabis trade association in the U.S. and the only organization representing cannabis-related businesses at the national level. NCIA promotes the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and works toward a favorable social, economic, and legal environment for that industry in the United States.