Barcelona, Spain, will be the seat of a crucial upcoming cannabis business conference. The ICBC will unite executives, legislators, business leaders and insiders to discuss key topics about the cannabis industry in Spain and beyond. An exclusive networking opportunity before the more public facing Spannabis conference later in the month. 10th of March: be in the room where it happens.
The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) returns to Barcelona, Spain, on March 10, a few days before and in partnership with Spannabis 2022.
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ICBC and Spannabis: Where the Future of Cannabis is Taking Shape
Both events are not to be missed for cannabis businesses, though they each focus on difference facets of the industry. There trends and deals will emerge that will shape not just the future of cannabis business in Spain, but in Europe and beyond.
ICBC specializes in B2B networking in addition to offering fresh perspectives on the economic potential of the cannabis sector in Europe, not just in Spain.
“Spannabis is the meeting point for the entire European cannabis scene. It is primarily a consumer event, but many of the people who attend are also looking for a B2B element. ICBC’s partnership with Spannabis fills this gap and fills a clear need for the key players in the cannabis industry to meet, network and advance the industry as cannabis laws are liberalized in Spain and across the continent,” said Alex Rogers, producer of ICBC.
The day will consist of several conferences with various themes:
- The prospects of cannabis legalization in Spain
- Business opportunities in the different cannabis markets, with the lawyer Kai-Friedrich Niermann, who has won numerous court cases in Germany
- The challenges currently faced by Cannabis Clubs in Spain
This will be followed by a networking session and an after party at the Ritz-Carlton in Barcelona.
Why go to ICBC in Spain?
ICBC is an event that is primarily aimed at cannabis professionals, not just in Spain, but in Europe and beyond. People from all walks of life will be present, including policy makers, entrepreneurs and cannabis activists. It’s the perfect place to learn about the emerging cannabis industry and build lasting partnerships with other cannabis professionals.
If you’re in the cannabis industry in Spain or Europe, or are considering getting involved, ICBC Barcelona is one of the must-attend events.
It will be held on March 10, 2022 at the Auditori de Cornellà.
In addition to the Barcelona conference, ICBC will meet in Berlin (July 18, 19 and 20) and Zurich (September 8 and 9).
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Arturo Garcia started out as a political writer for a local newspaper in Peru, before covering big-league sports for national broadsheets. Eventually he began writing about innovative tech and business trends, which let him travel all over North and South America. Currently he is exploring the world of Bitcoin and cannabis, two hot commodities which he believes are poised to change history.