Saint Louis, MO

Midwest Canna Expos to hold a business conference this August

Steve Chao

ST. LOUIS, MO – The Midwest Canna Expos is hosting a business conference and expo for the cannabis industry in Missouri and the greater Midwest. The “MoCannBizCon+EXPO” will be held in St. Louis Union Station Hotel on Wednesday, August 11, and Thursday, August 12.

This event is its third year to be held in St. Louis Union Station, and for this August the event will be both live and virtual conferences.

MoCannBizCon+EXPO 2021 will give you the opportunity to market your brand and be discovered by attendees. In addition, the expo introduces a new event that is an industry career fair that will take place on August 12.

The career fair will provide the opportunity to connect with potential employers, learn more about promising cannabis companies, and interact with people who are passionate about the industry.

The expo will start on August 11 with Compliance, Supply Chain, Marketing, and PR, and ending with the new concept of Collaborative Conversation. Day one session is designed to build a solution-oriented brainstorming on topics that are critical to the industry on the state and federal levels. As well as Leadership, inclusion, and diversity, people-focused business practice. Meanwhile, on day two, August 12, covers the topic of the supply chain, policy, and law.

This free virtual patient track conference is a session to educate the patient community regarding the rules and regulations for Missouri medical cannabis patients as well as the rules and methods for homemade edibles.

Following the current CDC guidelines, face coverings are mandatory in all indoor public areas including the Expo floor and Educational Sessions. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available throughout the venue.

Buy tickets for the conference here.

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