The energy in the cannabis movement is invigorating, and we at Jushi Holdings Inc. (“Jushi”) are so thrilled to be a part of it. We are ready to dive in head first and showcase who we are and what we know. This October, we are delighted to share that we will be presenting at events that will let our audience get to know Jushi up close.
October is already upon us, but we are ready for it. This week, the National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) will be hosting its retreat at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 3-5, 2019. At this event, our very own Erich Mauff will be presenting a session on “What Makes Jushi Unique” on Friday, October 4th. We will also be participating in a fireside chat alongside the executive director of NICI, Gregory Miller.
Later on in the month, we will be presenting at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference. The conference will be held at the Palmer House in Chicago from October 22-23, 2019. Erich Mauff and Jon Barack will be participating in this event. Benzinga’s conferences provide insight into the future of cannabis industry. These conferences connect investors and businesses and give plentiful opportunities to network for future endeavors, and we are looking forward to building these connections.
Networking is vital in this industry. By attending conferences, we at Jushi are able to meet and network with a global audience. We are able to share diverse ideas and learn about businesses from various sectors throughout the industry. We are all eager to see what the future holds, and these events offer us a chance to connect, sharing our stories and our expertise.
We feel energized by being able to participate in cannabis spaces that generate discussion and the opportunity to share information with other minds in the industry. We value the connections that we build at these events, as well as the information we learn. At Jushi, we are constantly looking forward. By participating in these events, we know that there is a bright future ahead of us: a future we can share with others to continue to build.Go Back