Conference Dates Set: October 6 & 7 in Cleveland

The 3rd Annual Ohio Cannabis Health & Business Summit, Ohio’s leading cannabis conference, and expo, returns to Cleveland on October 6 and 7th at the IX Center.

100 exhibitors and 50 speakers set for this year’s conference

VIP Reception kicks off the conference Friday, Oct. 6 at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum. Tickets for the conference and reception are available at OCHBS.com

CLEVELAND, OHIO, August 21, 2023 – Nearly every facet of the cannabis industry is represented at the 2023 OCHBS conference including patient education, legalization, banking, payment processing, packaging, cultivation, hemp, CBD, investment, and career-advancing resources.

Conference attendees can expect growers, product suppliers, distributors, and ancillary businesses to showcase the most innovative and advanced products and services in the industry. Ohioans will also be able to get medical cards onsite.

New this year is an expungement clinic service that helps remove low-level cannabis convictions from public records. New workshops are added this year including one on “Mushrooms,” and one on “Colleges and Universities Going Mainstream with Plant Education.”

OCHBS brings together local, regional, and national leaders. Among this year’s speakers; is Andrew DeAngelo, a cannabis industry pioneer and global consultant, and co-founder of the Last Prisoner Project. 

The event will feature panel discussions on various aspects of the cannabis industry, as well as networking opportunities, including one Friday, Oct. 6th at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.

In 2022 medical marijuana in Ohio generated over $1.4 billion in revenue for the state. On November 7, Ohio voters will vote on legalizing recreational cannabis.

The proposed Ohio measure – pushed by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol – will allow recreational use of marijuana for residents 21 and older. Medical use is currently legal in the state.

This year’s educational seminars include “Women in Cannabis,” “Marketing,” a “Patient Panel,” “Ancillary Businesses,” “Social Equity,” a “State of the Industry” panel, and “Investing in the Cannabis Industry.” The seminars are designed to educate, promote, and develop state-wide cannabis resources and networking opportunities

“It’s not easy bringing together two different audiences, but there wouldn’t be any cannabis businesses without customers, and we are playing a key role in offering attendees an opportunity to expand their cannabis knowledge through presentations from industry leaders, doctors, and those at the forefront of innovation,” said Lenny Berry, founder and director at the Ohio Cannabis Health & Business Summit.

WHEN: Friday October 6th, 10am-6pm | Saturday October 7th, 10am-6pm
WHERE: The IX Center, Cleveland Ohio
COST: $20 for a one-day pass | $35 for a two-day pass
The event is “Free” to patients who have a medical marijuana card
Includes all programming sessions and access to the exhibitor floor, must be 21+ years old unless accompanied by a guardian.
Event details: www.ochbs.com
Buy tickets here: bit.ly/3QIcTzT

ABOUT OCHBS:
OCHBS is a resource for the cannabis industry. While the event attracts speakers nationwide, the focus is on people in the Midwest. Founded in 2019, the event producer serves cannabis industry entrepreneurs, professionals, and the general public.

In 2022 Sen. Ken Yuko presented OCHBS with a proclamation acknowledging the important contribution of the organization.

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(216) 577-2284

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