There are so many reasons why you should attend an MICBD Conference!
All tickets just $100
The MICBD Conference series continues with our 2019 Outlook event! The Lansing Radisson Hotel will host the Conference. As with all MICBD Conferences, we will be featuring knowledgable speakers, great food and exciting topics.
Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation Director Andrew Brisbo is the keynote speaker for this event!
The Conference features:
Incoming House Minority Leader Rep. Yousef Rabhi(D-Ann Arbor)
Lansing insider Jenn Zielinski from Dunaskiss Consulting and Development
Ken Harrell, cannabis stock market expert
Margeaux Bruner from Minorities 4 Medical Marijuana
Harley Sherman, CPA, a cannabis accounting expert
Our speakers will discuss the nature of the MMFLA and how it integrates with the new legalized cannabis business program outlined by the language of Proposal 1. On the deck: Updates on the MMFLA, a look at how cannabis stocks are factoring in to the success of small businesses in the sector, a look ahead at legislation making an appearance in Michigan's lame duck session of the legislature, what is on the horizon for 2019's lawmaking schedule, a frank evaluation of how the new Attorney General looks at the cannabis industry, and so much more!
If you are in the cannabis business sector, dreaming of being a cannabis industries businessperson, or if you are wondering how your existing business can take advantage- THIS IS THE CONFERENCE FOR YOU!
Our Primary Sponsors are Komorn Law; Michigan Cannabis Industries Report; Mills Nutrients; Cannabis Counsel; Leaf Traders and Etz Chaim Accounting.
Event Sponsors include Bratic Lighting; Cannabis Legal Group; Bumblebee Gas; Michigan Security Operations; Herbal Solutions; Jocuns Law; Detroit Nutrient Company; and Dunaskiss Consulting and Development.
We hope you can make it!
The path to success is education
The Laws Have Changed! Stay Updated!
Michigan has adopted a new series of laws regulating the growth, processing, testing and distribution of medical marijuana. The current medical marijuana program has nearly 300,000 patients and approx. 50,000 caregivers registered with the state.
Legalization of cannabis in Michigan opens the market to approx. 7 million adults.
How will these new laws change the way medical and adult-use marijuana is distributed? What role does the local government have in deciding who gets licenses? Will YOU qualify for one of the various business opportunities available?
Visit the experts and ask them yourself! The Conference is the place to find the answers to (almost) all of your questions!