Massachusetts Marijuana Summit II

Civic Boston • 26 January 2018
Event date 2 Mar '18 07:30 am - 10:30 am
Event location 10 Winter Pl, Boston, 02108, MA, United States
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Massachusetts regulators and the state’s budding cannabis industry face many challenges in meeting aggressive timelines for implementation, while also understanding the implications of federal enforcement policy.

With legal recreational sale expected in July, join us for an in-depth look at the core issues of the newly proposed regulations, the new federal enforcement posture, and the divergent approach of various municipalities as they weigh the pros and cons of legalization. We’ll also explore the difficult operational issues the new industry poses, including accessing capital, banking, accounting and acquiring and training talent.

Tickets can be purchased here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mass-marijuana-summit-ii-new-regs-federal-threat-financial-hurdles-tickets-42277590411?aff=FB

Over 250 people attended our first Massachusetts Marijuana Summit in November, and we expect a larger turnout as recreational legalization nears. The Massachusetts Marijuana Summit 2.0 will again bring together leaders in the cannabis industry to provide critical detail and perspective as a new era in Massachusetts becomes closer to reality.

Panel 1
New regs and a new cloud of confusion: Pushing forward locally in an uncertain era

As the Cannabis Control Commission nears final approval of regulations, a panel of experts explores the fine print and the outlook for implementation, including social consumption and resistance on the local level.

Panel 2 
Money trouble: Cash, credit and the obstacles for business creation

Entrepreneurs face many obstacles as they look to enter the industry, including finding credit and operating with limited financial services. What are the new opportunities and how are they being financed?

The State House News Forum, the events division of the State House News Service, is the state’s leading event series on public policy and politics. For more information about the event and sponsorship opportunities, contact Alex Dalsey at adalsey@statehousenews.com.

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7 months agoAdd to Calender 2018-03-02 12:30:00 2018-03-02 12:30:00 Massachusetts Marijuana Summit II Massachusetts regulators and the state’s budding cannabis industry face many challenges in meeting aggressive timelines for implementation, while also understanding the implications of federal enforcement policy. With legal recreational sale expected in July, join us for an in-depth look at the core issues of the newly proposed regulations, the new federal enforcement posture, and the divergent approach of various municipalities as they weigh the pros and cons of legalization. We’ll also explore the difficult operational issues the new industry poses, including accessing capital, banking, accounting and acquiring and training talent. Tickets can be purchased here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mass-marijuana-summit-ii-new-regs-federal-threat-financial-hurdles-tickets-42277590411?aff=FB Over 250 people attended our first Massachusetts Marijuana Summit in November, and we expect a larger turnout as recreational legalization nears. The Massachusetts Marijuana Summit 2.0 will again bring together leaders in the cannabis industry to provide critical detail and perspective as a new era in Massachusetts becomes closer to reality. Panel 1 New regs and a new cloud of confusion: Pushing forward locally in an uncertain era As the Cannabis Control Commission nears final approval of regulations, a panel of experts explores the fine print and the outlook for implementation, including social consumption and resistance on the local level. Panel 2  Money trouble: Cash, credit and the obstacles for business creation Entrepreneurs face many obstacles as they look to enter the industry, including finding credit and operating with limited financial services. What are the new opportunities and how are they being financed? The State House News Forum, the events division of the State House News Service, is the state’s leading event series on public policy and politics. For more information about the event and sponsorship opportunities, contact Alex Dalsey at adalsey@statehousenews.com. America/New_York public Economic Justice Politics #policy #marijuana