Cannabis Sustainability Symposium to Focus on Technological and Regulatory Changes Impacting Cultivators’ Bottom Line
Industry Leaders to Gather in Denver on Friday, Oct. 26
Denver—July 17, 2018—The Cannabis Certification Council in partnership with Denver’s Cannabis Sustainability Work Group is pleased to present the third annual Cannabis Sustainability Symposium. Early bird tickets are available now through August 30 for $85. After August 30, regular tickets will be $105.
The Symposium has become a leading platform for top industry executives and sustainability experts to convene, learn and network. Attracting attendees and speakers from across the cannabis industry both domestically and abroad, the 2018 Symposium will feature two tracks: Optimizing Cultivation and Business Management and Policy. All content is geared towards helping operators anticipate changes in technology and regulation, and to help improve their bottom line by becoming more efficient and sustainable.
The Council is proud to announce that LED light manufacturer ProGrowTech has agreed to become the Sustaining Partner for the 2018 Symposium. “Becoming a part of the Symposium and working with the Council is important to our business and core to our values of promoting energy efficiency and clean and ethical production,” said ProGrowTech CEO Andrew Myers.
The Symposium has become a touchstone event in the cannabis industry convening executives and experts alike to share findings, network and discover new ways to drive efficiencies and improve bottom lines for operators.
The Cannabis Sustainability Work Group is organized by the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment and members include representatives from Boulder County Public Health, Cannabis Certification Council, The Cannabis Conservancy, The Clinic, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Denver Office of Marijuana Policy, Denver Relief Consulting, Energy Outreach Colorado, Good Chemistry, Grasslands: A Journalism-Minded Agency, Integral Consulting, L’Eagle Services, National Cannabis Industry Association, Native Roots, Needle Consultants, Oak Services, Organa Labs, Scale Microgrid Solutions, Surna, Sustainabis, Vicente Sederberg and Waste Farmers.