CWCBExpo, New York City November 4-6, 2021
The CWCBExpo New York trade show and conference on the East Coast is dedicated to bringing the industry together for three days of non-stop education and business-building.
With New Jersey and now New York, the two biggest economic and demographic states on the East Coast legalizing cannabis, the event will be a focus of activity for this growing market.
Make plans now to attend CWCBExpo New York and experience all under one roof:
- Innovative products, technologies, and services to bolster businesses
- Keynote addresses, conference sessions and panel discussions featuring industry pioneers, advocates, top brands and a diverse roster of thought leaders
- Market trends and opportunities on the East Coast horizon
- Community conversations and networking
East Coast Legalization
Adult use of cannabis is now legal in New Jersey and New York, making the East Coast prime to become one of the biggest cannabis markets. As each state will have it is own rules and regulation, becoming informed and educated on the legislation and regulation nuances will be important. CWCBExpo New York will provide a road map for those in the tri-state area who want to navigate and succeed in this growing industry.
Read more about New York and New Jersey’s historic moves here:
Other East Coast states that have recreational use are Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine. Medical use states on the East Coast are Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Ohio.
The CWCBExpo event in November will be at the center of it all.
Want a summary of legalization throughout the entire United States?
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NORML: Celebrating 50 Years of Activism
NEW! CWCBExpo is featuring videos from its 2020 Insider archive.
The April 2021 archive video was “NORML Milestone Message – Celebrating 50 Years of Activism” with NORML founder, Keith Stroup, and introduction by NORML Development Director Jenn Michelle Pedini.
Keith Stroup has devoted his career and life supporting legalization of cannabis, and will deliver remarks on the milestone of 50 years of activism that NORML has provided to the movement. He will highlight the 50-year journey of NORML and comment on the progress of cannabis legislation across the United States.