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The Consumer Choice Center is pleased to be hosting, in partnership with Prohibition Partners, the second annual Cannabis Conclave in Davos, Switzerland. 2020’s Cannabis Conclave will take place on Thursday January 23rd at Restaurant Höhenweg. The Cannabis Conclave is a unique opportunity to network and hear insights shared by some of the leading Cannabis executives, global investors, and policy makers, while enjoying a three-course Swiss lunch accompanied by wines and other drinks.
The event starts at 11:00am, with attendees meeting at 10:45 am at the cable car station Parsennbahn in Davos. All attendees will be provided with tickets for the cable car and will jointly travel the mountain to the restaurant. The event will conclude at 4:00pm.
Participants will not only be from the cannabis industry, but also include investors, representatives from various industries, business journalists, regulators, and policymakers. We want to use this event to fuel the legalization debate globally and show the legitimacy and maturity of the growing legal industry.
The Consumer Choice Center (CCC) is a global consumer group working on local, national, and UN level to promote consumer choice and liberalization (from sharing economy to lifestyle freedom, to trade, to digital economy).
Sponsorship opportunities are available, but limited. To review sponsor options for 2020’s Cannabis Conclave, please click here.
For sponsorship questions, please contact North American Affairs Manager David Clement.
|10:45||Guests arrive at Talstation Parsennbahn, Promenade 157|
David Cohen, CEO of Fluence by OSRAM
“Light and Life: How lighting technology is impacting the evolving cannabis industry”
Stephen Murphy, Managing Director of Prohibition Partners
“Uncovering the 97% and the future of European cannabis”
David Traylor, Senior Managing Director of Golden Eagle Partners
“The Future of Global Cannabis: What Can We Discern (If Anything) From the North American Markets”
Bill Wirtz, Senior Policy Analyst, Consumer Choice Center
“Europe’s pioneer: what to expect from Luxembourg’s legalisation”
David Clement, North American Affairs Manager, Consumer Choice Center
“Lessons from Canada’s legalization experiment”
|14:15||Coffee and Networking|