ICBC PORTLAND 2018
September 27-28
Downtown Hilton

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The Conference Package

INCLUDES ADMISSION TO CONFERENCE, EXPO, AND AFTER PARTY

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The Conference Package

The ICBC in Portland will be a one-day, fully comprehensive cannabis business conference, covering everything from private investment opportunities, regulations, and Oregon's place in the national cannabis market. This event is expected to sell out well in advance, so secure your spot today!

$349
EARLY BIRD CONFERENCE PACKAGE

The VIP Package

INCLUDES ADMISSION TO VIP RECEPTION, CONFERENCE, EXPO, AND AFTER PARTY

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The VIP Package

SEPT. 27 Join us in the Skyline Lounge from 6-8 pm at the Downtown Portland Hilton for an exclusive VIP event. Fully catered with an open bar, the VIP Reception at the Portland International Cannabis Business Conference will be the best way to start your ICBC Conference experience. Meet and greet the ICBC Keynote Speaker, as well as the top players in the industry.

$499
EARLY BIRD VIP PACKAGE

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We bring you the best of industry insiders as well as cannabis icons!

HENRY ROLLINS

American Cultural Icon

DANA ROHRABACHER

U.S. Republican Congressman

LORI AJAX

California Cannabis Czar

TOMMY CHONG

Cannabis Movie Star Legend

GALLERY

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