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Are You a Cannabis Brain?

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Do you have cannabis expertise that you would like to share with the world? Both direct and ancillary knowledge such as:

– Business
– Compliance
– Consulting
– Cultivation
– Culture
– Edibles
– Education
– Events
– Finance
– Marketing
– Medicine
– Mental Health
– Research
– Retail
– Sciences
– Topicals

Are you a cannabis entrepreneur offering unique and creative services?

Looking for a stable, secure and progressive marketplace to connect with your clientele?

Cannabis entrepreneurs and small businesses face unique challenges and a quickly evolving landscape. Highly restrictive regulations around marketing and advertising increase the challenge of connecting with target audiences. Social media brings exposure but often proves to be unstable.

We’re not only at the forefront of the creation of the cannabis industry, we’re part of a larger sector of society that is changing the way we create, purchase, consume and understand value. Pick My Brain enables experts to package their time, knowledge and experience in order to bring value to the market.

We have the opportunity to create a cannabis industry and culture that’s collaborative, sustainable and innovative. Learn how you can create cannabis services that draw on the value of your expertise, and to bring value to your community, by becoming a Cannabis Brain.

CCI Montreal Micro-Cultivation Symposium

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CCI is a global consulting firm with subject matter expertise in the regulated consumer products industry. We have a legacy of success based on our knowledge of safety and compliance best practices, enabling the team to provide end-to-end business solutions at every stage of a company’s business cycle. With over 15 years of experience, we have a long history in helping businesses mitigate risk, drive business efficiencies and meet revenue growth objectives.

Join CCI and their team of subject matter experts for an intimate discussion on relevant topics and opportunities affecting the market today.

Topics will include:

An overview of the cannabis industry
Micro licenses and their role in addressing domestic and global supply issues
Current opportunities within the new proposed regulations for edibles, extracts and topicals