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Cannabis Summit 2020

Washington State is the socially responsible leader in the cannabis industry. This market position can only be maintained by coming together, having complex conversations, and putting actions to visions to create sustainable and successful industries.

Goals of This Year’s Conference

We are highlighting sustainability and ethics in the cannabis industry at this year’s Cannabis Summit. We are examining ways to take big picture thinking to carry us beyond the day’s big conversations into actions.

As leaders we not only have the opportunity but the responsibility, to craft a better future. This starts with intelligent dialogue about where we are, where we’ve been, and where we want to go.

Summit Objectives

  • To educate and inform policymakers, business leaders, and cannabis advocates on the most pressing issues facing the industry today.
  • To generate conversations that are solution-focused.
  • To create new relationships the participants can utilize to inform their choices and actions.
  • To inspire leaders in this industry to envision a world in which a robust cannabis industry can thoughtfully help the environment, the economy, and social issues.

The Audience

The audience of the summit includes legislators, policymakers, government employees, business owners, and advocates. As we had to move our summit to a virtual program, our audience expands beyond our borders to anyone who touches the cannabis industry.

You will leave this summit inspired and connected to industry professionals, public servants, academics, and citizens who share a commitment to improving the burgeoning and ever-changing and adapting cannabis industry.

Cannabis Summit 2020 Washington State is the socially responsible leader in the cannabis industry. This market position can only be maintained by coming together, having complex conversations,

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We had an outstanding virtual summit in September 2020! We are going to continue to plan on a virtual summit for 2021 as well. Please mark your calendar for September 27-29, 2021!

For updates and info on the 2021 Summit, visit our Facebook Page HERE!

Featured Speakers for 2020 Summit from these organizations and more!

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Division of Overdose Prevention, Office of Smoking and Health, Division of Laboratory Services, Division of Adolescent and School Health), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, State of Washington, State of Oregon, The Public Health Institute, Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights, Oregon Health Sciences University, State of Colorado, Seattle-King County, the State of Alaska, Oregon Health Authority, Rede Group, Rescue-Behavior Change Agency, American Indian Health Commission, City of Pueblo, Northwest Family Services, the State of Indiana, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for Prevention Research and Development, and more to be announced soon!

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