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Fountainbleau Hotel, Miami Beach

Cannabis Investor Conference to be Held Next Month in Miami Beach

Cannabis industry investors and company officials will gather in Miami Beach next month to discuss the role of institutional capital in the industry and investment opportunities in the burgeoning business.

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The Institutional Capital and Cannabis Conference (East) is put on by MedMen and Information Management Network, and will be held Jan. 23 and 24 at the Fountainbleau Hotel on Miami Beach.

Florida, which is set to become one of the biggest medical cannabis markets in the nation, will be one topic of discussion at the conference, which is aimed at institutional and accredited investors interested in evaluating returns in the sector.

The agenda also includes an overview of regulations across the country, with MedMen co-founder Adam Bierman, the Marijuana Policy Project’s Rob Kampia and Scott Crow of the Dickinson Wright law firm.

Neil Closner, the founder Canada’s MedReleaf, which had the largest initial public offering in the cannabis industry, will speak on the industry’s future.

Other speakers include Surterra Holdings founder Jake Bergmann, Eric Stevens of Florida for Care, Nikki Fried of Igniting Florida, and Texas Senior District Judge John Delaney.

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