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Force For Knowledge Cannabis Symposium
  Coming June 29

Jump Starting Cannabis Valuations 101

Date & Time


June 29, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event


Join us for a Force Family Office educational event featuring leading experts in the cannabis industry.

Panel 1: Changes, Challenges and Opportunities
The future of cannabis branding, retailing, and regulations in today’s dynamic environment.

  • Mitch Baruchowitz, Founder & Managing Partner, Merida Capital Holdings
  • Luis Merchan, President & CEO, Flora Growth
  • Jordan Tritt, CEO, Panther Group

Panel 2: The Intersection Between Medical and Health & Wellness
A discussion of the opportunities in pharmaceutical industry in addition to current health & wellness uses. 

  • Shane Johnson, SVP, BayMedica a Division of InMed Pharmaceuticals
  • Jeff Chen, MD & MBA, CEO & Co-founder, Radicle Science
  • Mitch Baruchowitz, Founder & Managing Partner, Merida Capital Holdings

Panel 3: Cannabis Real Estate Investing
Where do we go from here? 

  • Anthony Coniglio, President and CIO, NewLake Capital Partners
  • Owen Bennett, SVP Cannabis Analyst, Jefferies

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