The Cannabis Industry Heads to Las Vegas

We’re heading to Las Vegas next week for the ArcView Investor Forum and the Marijuana Business Daily Business Conference and Expo (booth 512). This whirlwind week is bound to be full of great connections, both old and new.

November 4, 2014

We’re heading to Las Vegas next week for the ArcView Investor Forum and the Marijuana Business Daily Business Conference and Expo (booth 512). This whirlwind week is bound to be full of great connections, both old and new.

We kick off the week Nov 11th at the Green Valley Ranch for ArcView’s Investor Forum. This day long event brings together great minds in the cannabis industry including companies and investors. Throughout the day, there will be companies presenting, panel discussions, guest speakers and plenty of networking.

From there, we head to the Rio Hotel and Conference Center for the 3rd Annual Marijuana Business Daily Business Conference and Expo on Nov 12-14. 1,500 cannabusiness pros from around the world are expected to attend this three day conference. Each day is full of networking, speakers and courses to help cannabis entrepreneurs get started. Our CEO, Tom Bollich, will be part of the Pitch Slam panel on Thursday, November 13 from 11:30-12:30. You can also find us in booth 512 where we will be talking all things Surna and how we can help your indoor garden be more efficient.

On Thursday night, we will be joining NCIA for their 4th Anniversary Banquet at the Paris Hotel and Casino. This fun night celebrates the growth and progress of the cannabis industry over the last year and is already shaping up to be a fun-filled night.

So, plan your trip now and join us at these events. We look forward to seeing you there!

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