Capital Conference: Update on Local and State Medical Marijuana Law Changes
Joining the Capital Conference will be Anqunette "Q" Jamison, formerly of Fox News. On November 1 2016 she simultaneously announced her retirement from journalism and her new role in leadership at MILegalize 2018, the state organization whose petition drive intends to put the adult use of cannabis on the 2018 ballot in Michigan.
Anqunette joins Rep. Jeff Irwin, powerhouse attorneys Mary Chartier and Mike Nichols, lobbyist Justin Dunaskiss and CPA Paul Samways as speakers for the Capital Conference. Welcome, Q, and we are happy to have you!
Join the Michigan Cannabis Business Development Group at the elegant and opulent Radisson Hotel in downtown Lansing for a very special Conference.
Capital Conference: An Update on Local and State Medical Marijuana Law Changes
Building upon the success of the medical marijuana business conference, "Understanding the New Medical Marijuana Business Laws in Michigan," which brought a solid 300 people to the Holiday Inn in Flint ten days ago, the MICBD Group is hosting another conference of a similar nature- but with a Lansing angle.
As we did in our first 2016 conference, the conversation is devoted to updating the business community and potential applicants to the requirements and details of the new state program. This time we're focusing on the emerging changes in laws happening in East Lansing and in the state capital, Lansing.
The speaker's list includes Rep. Jeff Irwin, Lansing lobbyist Justin Dunaskiss, area attorneys Mike Nichols and Mary Chartier, and CPA Paul Samways.
In 2015, the MICBD Conference had approx. 75 attendees; in October, we pulled 300+ in to our conference, and we expect a similar turnout for this event. Our conference in Flint was covered by NBC News and was reported on by Michigan Public Radio and other media outlets.
Consequently, we've rented the nicest space we could think of- all four ballrooms at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Lansing. Opulent and elegant, this venue is sure to draw a nice crowd of business-professional individuals. Refreshments will be served; special networking sessions will be scheduled to enhance the attendee experience.
The date is December 4, a Sunday. We'll be starting at 1:00 and running seminars until 5pm, but refreshments and food will be available at noon.
LINK TO NBC NEWS COVERAGE OF THE MICBD BUSINESS CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 16, 2016: