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Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo Kicks Off in LA

The 4th Annual Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo in Los Angeles kicks off this week. The three-day event runs from September 13 through September 15 and includes cannabis-related talks, panels, exhibits and workshops.

The primary objective of the expo is to provide resources for professionals interested in the cannabis space. Along the way, the event will also showcase the increasingly diverse range of fields currently operating within the legal cannabis industry.

“Billions can be made in the cannabis industry in every sector of business from manufacturing and logistics to legal and financial services,” said event organizers. “Savvy entrepreneurs, service providers, dispensary owners, medical professionals, cultivators, retailers, and investors are registering for CWCBExpo LA to find out how to succeed in the cannabis industry.”

The first day of the event will focus exclusively on workshops, which are aimed at providing in-depth information and targeted training. Days two and three will include industry exhibits, panels and additional workshops.

On September 14, Reverend Al Sharpton will deliver the keynote address, tackling the issue of cannabis decriminalization as it relates to civil rights.

The expo will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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