Switzerland has established itself as a world leader for low-THC, high-CBD cannabis after the Swiss government lifted the prohibition of cannabis containing 1% THC or less. Switzerland’s model is still evolving, however, it is a public policy approach that is being studied, and will likely be copied, by governments around the world.
If cannabis entrepreneurs want to get a glimpse of what future European cannabis policy might look like, they should focus on Switzerland, and if they want an inside look at what is going on there is no better place to do so than the International Cannabis Business Conference in Bern, Switzerland taking place on May 13-14, 2020.
Once again the International Cannabis Business Conference is teaming up with CannaTrade to form a super-conference that will provide unparalleled educational and networking opportunities. CannaTrade is Europe’s oldest cannabis fair, which combined with the International Cannabis Business Conference, is the perfect place for entrepreneurs and policymakers of all backgrounds to learn about the latest trends in the cannabis industry.
Bern, Switzerland Early Bird – $599 USD – All Inclusive – Access to VIP Reception on 13 May, Conference and After-Party on 14 May 2020. VIP Reception will be held on 13 May at 8:30pm at the Hotel Schweizerhof. The ICBC will be held on Thursday, 14 May 2020. All Inclusive tickets include entry to our exclusive VIP Reception on Wednesday, all speaker sessions and exhibitor area on Thursday, 14 May as well as entry to an exclusive private after-party on Thursday night. Ticket purchase is in US Dollars.
“Should we really be sending people to jail and turning them into criminals for using a substance that is far less dangerous and harmful than alcohol? The answer is no.”
U.S. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
“I have only three words for this conference: Best Conference Ever!”
Andrew Sullivan, The Dish
“The International Cannabis Business Conference was an extraordinarily energized and positive event. Those in attendance will be changing perception and acceptance of cannabis. This is the beginning of something great.”
“I found this conference to be one of the most comprehensive; there were talks on cannabis, social justice, human rights, and science.”
Dr. Carl Hart, PhD
“The International Cannabis Business Conference in San Francisco was an eye opening experience for me. I learned more in the one day of the conference, then in 5 years of poking around this business of cannabis. Can’t wait to go to Oregon for my next lesson.”
John Salley, NBA Champion
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