This past weekend Detroit had no shortage of Marijuana events, but the highly antisipated annual event at TCF is by far the largest to date. With Covid on the downfall and the state opening up, events like CannaCon are back in business and that’s exactly what you experienced if you attended the 2 day conference.
Unlike several years ago where these types of events primarily consisted of consumers, the CannaCon business to business showcase was evident with a strong emphasis on growing & processing. It was also good to see long standing main street companies who are reinventing themselves to capture some of the services and products that the industry needs such as refrigeration, packaging, smallwares, insurance and everything else in between.
Overall the conference was a success for those looking to gain access to Michigan’s thriving marijuana market. Besides the Michigan vendors, many of the companies exhibited came from other states that were ahead of Michigan in passing laws that allowed marijuana for medical or recreational use. There were also presentations on all different subject matters related to cannabis with speakers across the country. If you didn’t make CannaCon, this year, they’ll be back in 2022.
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