Force Cannabis Symposium
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Finding Value In The Rapidly Consolidating Cannabis Industry

About the Event

The Cannabis industry isn’t just growing. It’s growing up as professionalism and consolidation sweep through the industry. We’ll explore these trends, how to find value in the sector, and the path to full legalization in this Force For Knowledge Symposium on Cannabis.

Our expert panel features:

Ed Schmults, CEO, The Harborside Group

Adam Carlson, Managing Director, Investment Banking, ATB Financial

Matthew Hawkins, Founder/Managing Partner, Entourage Effect Capital

Tiffany Liff, Managing Director, Entourage Effect Capital

Please join our symposium to learn more about the cannabis industry which experts expect to be valued at $197 billion by 2028.

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