3,000 Cannabis Leaders And Investors To Convene At World’s Largest Cannabis Business And Investment Conference, April 11-12 In Miami Beach

1.7 min readPublished On: February 7th, 2023By

The 16th edition of the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, the world’s largest gathering of high-impact decision-makers, founders, and investors in the cannabis industry, is set to take place at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel on April 11-12, 2023. This two-day conference offers a platform for entrepreneurs, investors, and retail investors to learn about the industry, find potential business partners, and make deals.

At the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to meet and engage with leading industry CEOs and investors, learn about innovative business strategies and how to succeed in a challenging economy, and network with key decision-makers in the cannabis space. On the other hand, investors will have a unique setting to learn from and about the companies at the forefront of the industry, and find new investment opportunities through curated networking and access to private deal flow.

The conference will feature a range of activities including keynote speeches, panel discussions, fireside chats, networking spaces, an exhibit floor, and appearances by top investors and celebrities. Some of the notable speakers include executives from Cronos Group, Aurora, Amplify Seymour Cannabis ETF, Poseidon Investment Management, Trulieve, Tilt Holdings, Greenlife Business, Leaf Trade, Standard Wellness, Azuca, GABY, POSaBIT, Canix, and many others.

In addition to the great content and networking opportunities, the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference also provides exclusive access to companies representing over 90% of the cannabis industry’s market value in one place. Attendees will have the chance to hear directly from top-performing company executives and gain insights from leading cannabis investors.

The Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference is also committed to making the event accessible and inclusive for everyone, regardless of budget constraints. The organizers have partnered with WomenGrow, Minorities for Medical Marijuana, and BIPOCANN to offer scholarships for women and minority-owned businesses and have also introduced social equity passes for those who qualify. A portion of all ticket sales will also be donated to organizations that support cannabis reform.

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