Expand Your Brand Cannabis Industry Networking Brunch at Gordon Biersch in Las Vegas
Join us for brunch on Thursday November 17th, 2022, from 11 AM – 2 PM (PST) at Gordon Biersch at 3987 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89169 for impactful networking.
Expand your brand during MJBIZ with Canna MGT!
Need some time away from the convention center? Grab lunch with industry professionals while enjoying an agenda free networking event to continue conversations, increase leads, and increase opportunities!
Professional Cannabis B2B networking with Highlighted speaker panel, elevated networking, and light appetizers. Event to empower local business owners in the Cannabis Industry. Network with purpose. Empower and support local companies and their efforts in the Cannabis community to make a difference! Meet likeminded professionals making an impact, reducing stigma, and raising awareness within the community.
Supporting Efforts: Canna Management LLC, Massachusetts Cannabis Company, EzHire, Rank Really High, Simply J, and more to be announced.
Thank you for empowering, encouraging, and impacting the Cannabis Industry. Tickets should be preordered; price will increase 24 hours before event. Tickets are nonrefundable. Attendees will be added to our email list.
Meet with Multiple Cannabis Dispensary Owners, Cultivators, Manufacturing Companies, Entrepreneurs, Investors, Builders, Architects, Engineers, Energy Engineers, HR teams, Real Estate Professionals, Cannabis Professionals within the industry. Marketing Experts, Security Companies, Banking Professionals, Doctors, Laboratory Professionals, State Advocates, and More! Name tags will be provided and business cards are encouraged.
Event Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Expand your brand while supporting efforts within the community!
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The dress code at our events is what we refer to as “THC Casual.”
We ask that members and guests dress appropriately while enjoying our event. THC Casual – which includes dress denim along with traditional “business casual” attire – represents a style of clothing that is less formal than traditional business wear, but is still intended to give a professional and businesslike impression look. Ripped or torn jeans or clothing is not appropriate.