CannaCon Oklahoma City to be Largest Cannabis Expo State Has Ever Seen
March 25, 2019
OKLAHOMA CITY: Oklahoma’s medical marijuana industry is proving to be one of the fastest growing in the nation with The Marijuana Business Factbook projecting that Oklahoma’s medical marijuana market has the potential to generate $150 – $250 million a year once it matures. CannaCon South hasn’t missed a moment in Oklahoma with the cannabis expo set to be the largest the state has ever seen with 225 exhibitors, dozens of seminars from industry experts and thousands of expected attendees, taking place at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City April 18th and 19th.
CannaCon is regarded as one of the most influential events for cannabis professionals in the industry. With events in Washington, Massachusetts, Michigan, and now CannaCon Oklahoma City 2019, we work in emerging markets to foster lasting business relationships. From lighting and soil needs to inventory tracking and payroll, to showcasing the most cutting-edge products in the market, CannaCon provides everything cannabis businesses require — from seed to sale.
Not only will attendees have the opportunity to visit hundreds of global businesses such as Futurola, Accelerated Growth Solutions and True Terpenes; they’ll also have the ability to attend CannaCon’s seminar series – a learning platform dedicated to cannabis education with topics including laws and regulations, lab testing and analysis, enhancing growth, medical research, and business and marketing.
One expert-lead seminar will be hosted by the legendary “Mr. Soul” Rick Campanella of Brothers Grimm Seeds. Rick’s seed breeding projects have produced world-famous strains of marijuana and numerous award-winning hybrids. In 2016 Brothers Grimm Seeds was inducted into the High Times Seed Bank Hall of Fame. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn how to enhance cannabis productivity from Colin Bell, PhD Soil Microbiologist and Research Scientist from Mammoth Microbes. Colin has published dozens of peer-reviewed publications that focus on plant-microbe interactions.
CannaCon Oklahoma City 2019 is set to provide the most expansive marketplace in the south for farms, dispensaries and ancillary businesses to network with other industry professionals and develop enduring business alliances. With nearly $15 million in cannabis sales revenue already generated in January and February alone, and with business licenses issued for more than 1,600 growers, 436 processors and 947 dispensaries, according to Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, the time is now to make your mark on this emerging industry.
“The most fun you can have at a cannabis event. The best networking opportunity in the industry – by leaps and bounds.” – Thomas Warinner, Mobius
For more information, visit www.cannacon.org.