CannabisNewsBreaks – CWCBExpo to Shine a Spotlight on the Latest Insights in the Cannabis Space

Leading Edge Expositions, a company specializing in B2B trade show productions, today released details for the upcoming Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition (“CWCBExpo”) slated to take place October 24–26, 2019, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Topics include the latest insights and information relevant to the burgeoning market, and shine a spotlight on everything from government regulations and women leadership in the Massachusetts cannabis industry to how patents will drive global cannabis innovation and the evolution of the CBD consumer. A number of high-powered partners are supporting this year’s Boston expo, including diamond sponsor — Freed — a prominent CBD company known for promoting healthy living. Other big sponsors of the premiere industry event include global law firm Zuber Lawler, GrowEx, and other leading companies in the cannabis space.

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About Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions

CWCBExpos are the premier business-to-business events for the legalized cannabis industry and are held three times per year in the largest financial, business and media markets: New York, Los Angeles and Boston. Connect on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn: @cwcbexpo. To register for the upcoming Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo in Boston, visit www.CWCBExpo.com.

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