ICBC BERLIN 2019
March 31-April 2
Maritim ProArte Hotel

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The Conference Package

CONFERENCE | EXPO | AFTER PARTY

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The Conference Package

CONFERENCE & EXPO FEBRUARY 8, 2019 - Learn about doing cannabis business in California and network with the top companies and agencies in today's new marketplace.

AFTER PARTY FEBRUARY 8, 2019- Join us at Pier 23 on the Embarcadero after the conference at our exclusive After Party for an unforgettable evening of networking and fun. With a live musical guest (past performers have included KRS One and Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs) the dance floor is the place to be!

$449
CONFERENCE PACKAGE
Includes Admission to Conference, Expo, and After Party

The VIP Package

VIP RECEPTION | CONFERENCE | EXPO | AFTER PARTY

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The VIP Package

VIP RECEPTION MARCH 31, 2019 - Experience networking German style! We start things off the evening before the conference with our VIP Reception from 6-8 PM. This event is fully catered and is a great way to start making connections. Meet and greet our Keynote Speaker as well as many of the ICBC exhibitors and industry professionals!

CONFERENCE & EXPO APRIL 1-2, 2019 - Learn about doing cannabis business in Germany and network with the top companies and agencies in today's new marketplace.

AFTER PARTY April 1, 2019- Join us after the conference at our exclusive After Party for an unforgettable evening of networking and fun. With a live musical guest (past performers have included KRS One and Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs) the dance floor is the place to be!

$599
VIP PACKAGE
Includes Admission to VIP Reception, Conference, Expo, After Party

SPEAKERS

Previous Berlin speakers

U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

Keynote Speaker

Georg Wurth

Deutscher Hanfverband

Dr. Franjo Grotenhermen, MD

Nova Institut Hürth, Germany

Dr. Wieland Schinnenburg, MdB

FDP - Drug Policy Spokesman

Jamie Pearson

Bhang Corporation

Jürgen Bickel

Storz & Bickel

Chuck Rifici

WHEATON INCOME

David Henn

CANNAMEDICAL® FOUNDER & CEO

Marguerite Arnold

MedPayRx

Clint Younge

MMJ Canada

Ngaio Bealum

ICBC MC

Jamie Shaw

MMJ Canada

Anthony Johnson

New Approach Oregon

Michael Knodt

Freelance Journalist

Michael Robble

CONVIRON

Pete Tramm

Roots Rx

Nic Easley

C3 Consulting

Dr. Jokūbas Žiburkus, PhD

MediTaurus

Tobias Loder

HAPA Medical

Matthew Nordgren

ARCADIAN

Alex Revich

CMCIA

Maxim Zavet

EMBLEM CANNABIS

Kris Krane

4Front Ventures

Dr. Walter Späth

Dr. Späth & Partner Rechtsanwälte

Dean Arbit

Smell the Truth

Benjamin Patock

BOVEDA INC.

Robert Laurie

AD LUCEM LAW CORP.

Mary Patton

CANNABIS CONSULTANT

Emanuel Kotzian

AGENTUR SOWJET

Vincent DAccolti

SHO PRODUCTS

Nick Pateras

VP of GROWTH, LIFT

Dr. John Harrison

MEDICAL WRITER & EDITOR

Dr. Allen Greenspoon

MEDICAL DOCTOR

Dr. Franjo Grotenhermen

GERMANY'S CANNABIS EXPERT

Cem Guvendiren Jr.

Enerama Technologies

Philip Campbell

ASCENT

Chris Bunka

LEXARIA

Jared Berry

CBDNaturals®

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