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NouFrontiers Summit 23

Thailand: "With Asian cannabis markets opening up, it is important to share information"

A special investor summit has taken place from April 6 to 7 at the Radisson Blu in Bangkok. The summit featuring 160 vetted delegates, focused on knowledge transfer and bridging the international network of leading players. Thai, Malaysian and Japanese investors have learned about cultivation, extraction, post-harvest processes, and product developments upon GACP and GMP standards. NouFrontiers is a community consisting of investors and cultivators that want to bring the medicinal cannabis industry to higher levels.

Casey Rivero celebrating his birthday and talking partnership with Fluence.

Deron Caplan of Sostanza – Former MedReleaf building new sites in Thailand. 

Tim Oates to source flowers from Thailand to Australia. 

The organizers say that as more cannabis markets, like Thailand, are opening up in Asia, it is important to share best practices about policies, cultivation, and post-harvest.

Dennis Louwe of Priva explaining integrated controls. 

Investors listening in.

Keynote speaker: Emily Rigby of the Australian Medicinal Cannabis Association 

NouFrontiers 2023 is the second edition and has hosted 20 exhibitors, 15 international speakers, and 160 delegates in a 2-day event. The next edition is planned to place in Bangkok from March 28 to 29 at the Grand Centara Convention Center. NouFrontiers is annually organized by Riviera Events and supported by the Thai Chambers of Commerce, Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce, Canadian–Thai Chamber of Commerce, Thai Cannabis and Hemp Associations, and the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce.

HollyMood, a 13.000 Square meter facility in Thailand, produces according to GACP and GMP standards. 

Panel discussion with Micheline Widler of Cannavigia, Hong Sin Kwek of Sinwattana Investments, Philipp Matzneller of Sostanza, and Manuel Madani of PRIVA.

Welcome note by Manuel Madani of Priva. 

Practices, (GMP) guidelines, and standards for medicinal plants
This summit has welcomed the attendance of other foreign markets like Malaysia, Korea, and Japan for the first time. Private companies but also governmental policymakers were invited to learn more best practices from newly established countries like Australia and Canada. The objective of NouFrontiers Summit is to provide a platform for like-minded peers to network, learn, and grow their businesses and hear from experts in the field about the latest trends and advancements in medical cannabis.

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