The Indigenous Cannabis Industry Association (ICIA) will host the “Wisconsin Cannabis Industry and Policy Summit” in Milwaukee, Wis., at the Hilton City Center next month on February 15-16.
Powered by Wisconsin-based Indigenous Business Group, the ICIA’s Wisconsin Cannabis Summit will bring together cannabis and hemp experts, Indigenous leaders, and non-Native partners for panel discussions, educational seminars, and networking to discuss the state of the Wisconsin cannabis industry, policy reform, and Indigenous interests in cannabis. Registration cost is $125 and is limited to 125 attendees, with sponsorship opportunities still available. Visit indigenouscannabis.org/wisconsin-cannabis-summit to register.
“We are hosting the Wisconsin Cannabis Summit to provide a space for industry leaders to come together and address the most pressing issues facing cannabis policy reform in Wisconsin. The ICIA is highly focused on developing strategies for economic opportunity in the state for both the public sector and for Indigenous communities to ensure Tribal sovereignty,” says Rob Pero, who is the founder of ICIA, co-founder of Indigenous Business Group, and owner of Wisconsin-based hemp company Canndigenous. “We’re excited to give a platform to leaders in the industry and work toward solutions that will help our state capitalize on the untapped potential of the cannabis and hemp markets.”
ICIA exists to promote the exploration, development, and advancement of the cannabis industry for the benefit of all Indigenous communities. ICIA aims to educate the public and business community, destigmatize cannabis, and move forward with cannabis policy reform and legislation in a responsible, ethical, and inclusive way.
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