In 2021, experts in the area of cannabis will hold several cannabis fairs to address everything related to the market and the progress of this growing industry, such as the sustainability and new technologies that are being implemented to improve the quality of these crops.
Cannabis Fair in May
One of the first cannabis fairs is scheduled in May, specifically on Sunday 9 and Tuesday 11, at the headquarters of the Tampa Marriott Water Street in Florida, USA. Cannabis producers will reunite in the southern US, where great attendance is expected.
The objective of this conference and exhibition is to promote cannabis cultivation, and share knowledge, not only to those who have just entered this world but also to the most experienced, who are eager to know about the new trends in the technological area.
Sessions, workshops, and discussion panels related to topics such as Delta-8, hempcrete and economic viability, among others, will be offered. Attendees will be able to enjoy a vendor-sponsored trade fair that will offer a variety of goods and services for the hemp industry. For further information, please visit their website here.
Cannabis Fair in July
Organized by AmericanHort, this is one of the most important cannabis fairs, which will be held over two days (July 9 and 10), at the Battelle Hall of the Greater Columbus Convention Center, in Ohio, USA.
The conference will present educational programs, products and services to help hemp producers improve their strategies, not only in the field but also in the market.
The activity is aimed especially at:
- new and experienced cannabis growers
- greenhouse and field producers currently engaged in cannabis cultivation
- floriculture operations managers who want to diversify their business
- anyone who wants to build their network in the cannabis industry
Those attending the fair will be able to chat with exhibitors and enjoy educational sessions, ranging from production supplies to state and federal regulations, all in one place. For further information, please visit their website here.
Cannabis Fair in August
The most anticipated event of the year will take place this month: The Cannabis Conference dedicated exclusively to everything related to the cannabis business.
Participants will gain valuable information to manage their dispensaries and crops around the world. The conference will take place from August 24 to 26 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The brightest minds in the industry will come together to talk about the latest technologies, services, and solutions available to both novice and experienced cannabis producers. For further information, please visit their website here.
Cannabis Fair in November
The CWCB Expo is one of the most expected cannabis fairs to be held in New York between November 4 and 6 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
Several cannabis industries, as well as new and experienced producers, will be able to personally attend this fair or connect virtually, to learn from world-renowned experts.
The CWCB Expo will exhibit the latest products, technologies and services, designed to boost the business and professional experience of companies dedicated to cannabis cultivation.
Attendees and exhibitors will experience the market’s potential through educational sessions and exhibitions of innovative products, as well as having the opportunity to establish elite contacts and be part of new alliances and commercial collaborations with other companies from different parts of the world. For further information, please visit their website here.
So, there are several options that you can enjoy during the year, either in person or online, to know the trends of cannabis cultivation.
Furthermore, if you also want to know about the factors to consider to start growing cannabis, as well as the role that agricultural plastics play in the equation, we recommend reading our article on Cannabis Production.
We also offer valuable information, which can be very useful, to understand a little more about polyethene coverage and specific applications in greenhouses, especially if you’re considering cannabis cultivation. Finally, we recommend listening to our webinar where we comment on this topic.