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[ March 12, 2020 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

ECE London Conference Justification Letter – Business

 

While you may see the value in ECE, one vital element in your attendance is approaching your boss in the hope that they will also see the benefits of you attending the event during work hours. To help you out with this, we have created a letter template for you to use to present to your boss. This will inform them about what ECE is, the objectives of the event, what you will gain from attending, and all the other necessary details. We hope that you will find this useful! 

Please note that we have tailored this letter towards those in the fields more relevant to business.

Dear [insert supervisor’s name],

I am continually looking to expand not only my own personal knowledge within my field of work, but I endeavour to develop strengths, working as part of a team, to enrich us all as a workforce. It is for this reason that I would like to express my interest in attending ECE London on the 26th-27th June 2020 at ExCel London. 

ECE (Europe Canna Expo) is the largest Medical Cannabis Expo and Conference in Europe. The organisers are actively working with healthcare providers, authorities and industry organisations, supporting research and education to remove the stigma around cannabis and to bring the most accurate information about Medical Cannabis, Cannabinoids and CBD to a global audience.

There will be over 120 leading experts speaking across the 2 days covering essential business education topics including Regulations, Emerging Markets, Opportunities, Development, Investment and Global Case Studies. 

Keynote speakers include Frederik Hendrikson, Patrick Morton and Lilac Mendes, all highly regarded leaders in the industry who will deliver expert knowledge which I intend to absorb and relay back to the team to enhance our work together as a company.

I understand the importance of us building connections with others in the industry which is why, with a dedicated B2B day on the Friday, attending the event will be the perfect opportunity for me to build many significant connections and network with like-minded leaders in the field.  

The cost of attendance will be as follows:

  • Ticket cost:
  • Airfare:
  • Transportation to and from hotel:
  • Hotel:

Total cost =

I strongly believe that this will be a valuable opportunity for me to gain superior education on the latest cannabis research and gain insights into the future climate of medical cannabis, making my attendance an investment which will benefit us all.

Thank you very much for your consideration and I hope we can discuss further this week.

[Signed]

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[ March 12, 2020 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

ECE London Conference Justification Letter – Patient Care & Access/Cannabis Research

While you may see the value in ECE, one vital element in your attendance is approaching your boss in the hope that they will also see the benefits of you attending the event during work hours. To help you out with this, we have created a letter template for you to use to present to your boss. This will inform them about what ECE is, the objectives of the event, what you will gain from attending, and all the other necessary details. We hope that you will find this useful! 

Please note that we have tailored this letter towards those in the fields more relevant to Patient Care & Access and Cannabis Research.

Dear [insert supervisor’s name],

I am continually looking to expand not only my own personal knowledge within my field of work, but I endeavour to develop strengths, working as part of a team, to enrich us all as a workforce. It is for this reason that I would like to express my interest in attending ECE London on the 26th-27th June 2020 at ExCel London. 

ECE (Europe Canna Expo) is the largest Medical Cannabis Expo and Conference in Europe. The primal aim of the event is to create a platform to deliver quality education to help push for a competent legal framework to give patients and consumers better access to medical cannabis. 

The organisers are actively working with healthcare providers, authorities and industry organisations, supporting research and education to remove the stigma around cannabis and to bring the most accurate information about Medical Cannabis, Cannabinoids and CBD to a global audience.

There will be over 120 leading experts speaking across the 2 days,  covering topics including Pre-Clinical/Clinical Studies, Future Areas of Research, Patient Care and Access Case Studies, Current Medical Cannabis Clinics Programmes, Global Medical Trials, Cannabis Pharmacology, Drug Interactions, Future Areas of Research, Provision of Training for Clinicians and Current Disease Targets.

Keynote speakers include Lumir Hanus, Anahid Jewett, Mara Gordan, David Bearman, David Badcock and Raquel Peyraube, all highly regarded leaders in the industry who will deliver expert knowledge which I intend to absorb and relay back to the team to enhance our work together as a company.

 

The cost of attendance will be as follows:

  • Ticket cost:
  • Airfare:
  • Transportation to and from hotel:
  • Hotel:

Total cost =

I strongly believe that this will be a valuable opportunity for me to gain superior education on the latest cannabis research and gain insights into the future climate of medical cannabis, making my attendance an investment which will benefit us all.

Thank you very much for your consideration and I hope we can discuss further this week.

[Signed]

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[ March 2, 2020 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

Safety notice regarding the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

 

Safety is a top priority for ECE. We work closely with local, regional, and national companies and government bodies year-round to plan for safe events.

Europe Canna Expo events are proceeding as planned. The World Health Organisations’ recommendation is that travellers practice usual precautions, and we are increasing our efforts to prevent the spread of disease per NHS’s recommendations. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide updates as necessary. The 2020 events are proceeding with safety as a top priority. 

  • We are recommending using Hygiene Face Mask FFP2 while traveling. 
  • We will be placing reminder signs in bathrooms for employees and visitors to wash their hands and setting up portable disinfectant stands.
  • Attendees will be able to buy tickets insurance. 

There is a lot about COVID-19 that is still unknown, but what we do know is that personal hygiene is of critical importance. We hope that people follow the science, implement the recommendations of public health agencies, and continue to participate in the activities that make our world connected.

We encourage all our visitors and participants to become familiar with the World Health Organisations’ suggested safety precautions, which include:

  • Washing your hands for 20 seconds and using alcohol based hand sanitiser
  • When coughing and sneezing, cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – discard tissue immediately into a closed bin
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Stay home or in your hotel if you have a fever, keep yourselves in isolation if you have traveled to one of the virus-hit areas in the past 14 days

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[ February 6, 2020 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

Advertorial: The reality of medical cannabis access in Ireland today

During the summer 2019, Minister for Health Simon Harris signed legislation which will allow for the operation of the medical cannabis access programme in Ireland on a pilot basis for five years. “The purpose of this programme is to facilitate compassionate access to cannabis for medical reasons, where conventional treatment has failed,” he said. It allows a medical consultant to prescribe a listed cannabis-based treatment for a patient for the following medical conditions: spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis; intractable nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy; and severe, refractory (treatment-resistant) epilepsy.

For years, families have fought for this programme to be established, including Waterford family who were accessing medicinal cannabis in the Netherlands, at a cost of €9,000 a year, but the substantial cost is impossible for the family to maintain.

8 months after the legislation, Europe Canna Expo is coming to Dublin with the Medical Cannabis Conference to explore the reality of the medicinal cannabis access in Ireland. The conference is to be held on 3-4th March at the Shelbourne Hotel, 27 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. 

This is an exciting conference for patients, advocates, sector professionals and others interested in learning  from those at the heart of the cannabis industry – from cultivators, licensed producers working to grow and develop treatments, those working to import and ensure access through pharmacies, and from North American and European doctors prescribing life-changing treatments. 

The ECE’s cutting edge conference will have the preeminent international experts presenting on Cannabis Business, Science and Research, Cultivation, and Patient Care and Access, giving an understanding of the current state of play of the CBD and Medical Cannabis Industry globally. 

With over 40 industry experts including; Professor David Finn, Dr Ellis Dowd, Jeff Lowenfels, Gino Kenny TD, Dr Pat O’Mahoney, Professor Dr Rainer Melzer, Vera Twomey, and Golan Bitton confirmed to present their latest work, we are sure you will leave with the newest insights and an understanding of the global market. To view full agenda please click here.

As part of the Science and Research track, we will be discussing the latest advances in medical research and the availability of potential treatments for patients.

In addition, we will provide a platform for the leading brands and service providers across the CBD and Medical Cannabis industry to meet with individuals both B2B and B2C at our associated trade show.

Number of tickets are limited.  To register for your tickets please click here

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[ January 14, 2020 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

How to choose the right trade show for your brand

Trade shows can be a very effective way to grow your business, expand your reach to a wider audience and gain valuable industry insights. However, it is important to carefully deliberate the best trade show for your business as you want to ensure that you are utilising both your time and budget in the best way possible. We understand that it can be overwhelming when deciding which ones to attend due to the vast number of event options out there. Considering the following when deciding which trade show should make things easier for you:

Get clear on your objectives

Whether it’s to increase your face-to-face marketing, expand your brand awareness or to source suppliers, ( to list a few reasons as to why you may have decided to exhibit at a trade show) determine your main objectives and use these to drive your decision as to which event will be best for you to attend. This should be the first thing you do before you even begin to contemplate which events are out there.


While of course, all trade shows will boast the opportunity to meet new potential consumers, some will be more optimal for certain purposes than others. For example, if you’re looking to strengthen your relationship with existing customers, then exhibiting at a show where you know you have a good client base will be best. If you are launching a new product or service, then a more product-focused trade show, alongside a carefully constructed marketing campaign, will put you in the best position to do this.

 

Research, research, research!

You must know how each trade show can help you achieve your objectives. Find out all of the ins and outs of the events including location, size, date, and price as these factors should be considered. To gain a detailed understanding as to how each trade show can help you, once you have narrowed down your options, checking out statistics of previous shows such as previous attendee numbers and consumer buying power will be extremely useful. It is crucial that you are targeting the right audience, so researching the demographics of each trade show is vital. Social media engagements and reviews of the trade show will also give you a clearer idea as to whether it is something you want to be involved in or not. Customer feedback is one of the most effective ways to determine the reputation and success of an event.


Visiting the show yourself to gain a personal experience is the best way to get a feel for the event as you’ll be able to see firsthand what the event consists of. This will also allow you to speak to some of the exhibitors and find out their evaluation of the event – this could potentially save you a lot of time and money in the long run!

 

Check out the competition & available opportunities

It’s important for you that the event organisers do not have an imbalance of certain businesses as this causes over-competition. Familiarising yourself with a list of exhibitors that have already signed up will help you to feel secure that this will not be the case.


The most successful shows will provide their exhibitors with the opportunity to gain publicity and will have marketing prospects available. If you have the right knowledge, find out if there is an opportunity for you to give a talk on your field to increase your exposure. Finding out the previous year’s press and having a look at media coverage of previous events will give you an idea of marketing opportunities that will increase your ROI.

 

It is also important to remember that just attending the trade show is not enough to gain any useful benefits for your business. While they may allow you to capture new leads and network with potentional consumers and others in your industry, keep in mind that it is not guaranteed that the biggest and most popular trade shows will be the best for your return on your investment. Be mindful of which trade shows are giving you the best value.

Tickets for Europe Canna Expo can be bought via the following links:

Dublin, Ireland 3rd-4th March 2020

London, UK 26th-27th June 2020

Zagreb, Croatia 15th-16th October 2020


Stands can be booked with Paul at paul@londoncbdgroup.com

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[ December 19, 2019 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

Medicinal vs recreational cannabis…what’s the difference?


While both medicinal and recreational cannabis come from the same plant, there are a number of factors
that create a clear divide between the two. The use of cannabis to treat pain and illness has become
increasingly common, but what makes this different to the cannabis more commonly known for its
recreational usage?

 

Legality

The legal issues surrounding both medicinal and recreational cannabis is the biggest factor that sets the
two apart. Despite cannabis being used to treat medical conditions in Ancient times dating back to 2900
BC, today, cannabis is classified as an illegal substance across most of the globe for non-medical use
and there are still very limited countries where medicinal cannabis is allowed. In the UK, recreational
cannabis has remained illegal since 1928. It is forbidden to grow, possess or supply and if caught, one will
face a hefty fine, jail time or both. These legal restrictions result in people consuming it in secret,
creating a taboo around the cannabis plant as a whole. Despite a growing push for the legalisation of
recreational cannabis in the UK, there is still a way to go before prohibition is lifted.
In more recent years, there has been increased conversation about medicinal cannabis and people are
becoming more aware of the beneficial properties. This has led to the legalisation of cannabis for
medical use in over 24 countries in the last decade.

 

CBD and THC content

Medicinal cannabis usually contains a higher CBD content than cannabis consumed for recreational use,
which typically has higher THC levels.
What does this mean?
THC is the psychoactive property found in cannabis, giving the user a ‘high’. While THC is sometimes
found at increased levels for some medicinal purposes, as the combination of THC
(tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol ) together can have a more beneficial effect, those taking
cannabis for medicinal benefits often do not get this feeling of euphoria.

 

Quality

Due to the legal stance within the UK, there is no regulation of recreational cannabis. Users are often
unknowing of the conditions in which the cannabis is grown, where and how it is has produced.
Contrastingly, it is important that the growing conditions of medicinal cannabis are closely monitored as it
is intended to be consumed by patients. The cannabis is strictly controlled for pesticides as it is critical
that it is safe to be consumed, making the cannabis purer and arguably safer.

 

Accessibility

Surprisingly, in some cases, it is easier to access recreational cannabis than it is medicinal cannabis. In
some countries where recreational cannabis is legal, for example, some states in the USA, anyone over
the age of 21 can buy it from a dispensary with a valid photo ID, making it easy to access.
Since 2018, medicinal cannabis has been legal in the UK with a prescription from a doctor. However,
despite it being lawful for the NHS to prescribe medicinal cannabis under certain circumstances, many
patients are disappointed and outraged at the lack of prescriptions being made to those who need
them. The people who have benefited most from the change in the law are those who have private
healthcare, however, this is financially unsustainable for most people. There is a reluctance from doctors
to write prescriptions for their patients to receive medical cannabis treatment due to a lack of education
to further understand the drug.

Want to know how ECE came out? Read our story here.

 

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[ December 16, 2019 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

All I want for Christmas is ECE tickets

Europe Canna Expo is Europe’s premier event series dedicated to education and empowerment through creating community and conversation around cannabinoids and medical cannabis. ECE is committed to transparency, delivering industry insights to those who want to remain at the cutting-edge of the latest innovations, research and technology.Everyone knows someone who would be all over an event like this. What else would you get them for Christmas than a ticket to the hottest medical cannabis event of the year?!

At ECE, industry experts will share their knowledge across a breadth of areas including business and cultivation,
patient care and access and culture and diversity. It is the perfect opportunity to join the forward-thinking conversations which will highlight not only the current state of play of the CBD and medical cannabis industry
globally, but will also cover the opportunities that will become available as we move towards an open CBD and
medical cannabis market.


You can also expect over 125 carefully selected exhibitors made up of leading brands and services across the CBD and medical cannabis industry. Meet the faces behind the brands, ask questions and sample; it is the ideal consumer experience.

With the industry growing at such high-speeds, you do not want to be left behind. Whether it’s a present for you,
from you, or if you’re trying to think of the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for person, a ticket to ECE is sure to make this Christmas a great one.

 

Dublin, Ireland

The Dublin event will be hosted at the highly prestigious Shelbourne Hotel (27 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2,
Ireland) on 3-4th March 2020. Buy tickets here

London, UK

The flagship event ECE London will be held on 26-27th June 2020 at the ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Docks, London E16 1XL. Buy tickets here

Zagreb, Croatia

The Zagreb event will be hosted at the Sheraton hotel (Ul. Kneza Borne 2, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia) on 22-23rd
October 2020. Buy tickets here

 

 

Take a look at our 2019 highlights here !

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[ December 13, 2019 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

ECE: How did it come about?

Prior to the creation of London Canna Group, the company that powers ECE, Sal Noble and his team were selling many CBD products through their existing vaping businesses. It was during this time that they began to realise that the industry was fragmented. CBD brands were not being transparent with their audience and there was a serious lack in the depth of information that was being put out to the public; both about the current products on the market and information about CBD and medicinal cannabis in general. 

To protect the reputation of medicinal cannabis and allow the awareness of its benefits to grow as it deserves, it was necessary for the public to be given detailed information, but no one in the industry seemed to be doing this; this is where Sal and his team knew they could fill the gap. Through careful research, they had gathered an extensive understanding of CBD to levels which not many in the industry seemed to have reached.

At this point, people were growing more and more intrigued about what CBD could do for them, however, the quality of information needed for people to fully understand the product was not available and the public remained ill-informed. This lack of understanding also fuelled the confusion between Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). There was a need for this stigma to be broken before the public could understand the capabilities of CBD, however, this remained a barrier and up until today, efforts are still being made to transform public opinion and open people’s eyes to how medicinal cannabis can change lives. 

The biggest obstacle that the LCG team faced were the legality issues surrounding CBD and medicinal cannabis. By law, it is forbidden to make claims about the direct health benefits of CBD and cannabis for medicinal purposes as a whole. The only way to get the message across is by education through factual, scientific information and by shining a light on research that has been conducted globally. This is not just on a consumer level, but also on a business level. However, putting this message across to the public could not be done by a lone company. A change in direction needed to be done on a larger scale. 

As awareness of CBD grew even larger, Sal began helping several other businesses, such as vape shops, pharmacies and health food shops adapt to selling CBD products. It was during this time that he realised that companies nationwide needed support to join the CBD movement. After deliberating the best way to provide everything a business needed to get involved, it became clear that the best way to do this was with an exhibition. By bringing global research to the UK, an exhibition would create a platform where people could learn all that they need to know about CBD, medicinal cannabis and cannabinoids from industry experts around the world; Europe CBD Expo is what the future of medicinal cannabis needed.

Europe CBD Expo (ECE), launched in the summer of 2019, was the first of its kind. True transparency within the CBD and medicinal cannabis industry was finally created. The conference hosted forward-thinking conversations that covered all aspects of the industry across the varying sectors, from research to real-life consumer stories and technology insights. Information was shared not only about the current state of play of the CBD and medical cannabis industry globally, but also the opportunities that will become available in the future. These important discussions are the necessary catalysts to help push towards a more open market of medicinal cannabis so that it can be accessed by those who will benefit from it the most.

The exhibitor element created accessibility for both the public and businesses. It enabled people to buy from verified brands that have been tested for ethical practices at an affordable price. It allowed face-to-face interaction between the seller and buyer, allowing people to ask questions so that they know exactly what it is they are purchasing. ECE was also an opportunity for like-minded people to network and meet with other members of the cannabis industry. With an international audience, it brought together industry leaders, senior representatives and inquisitive consumers from around the globe.

This year’s inaugural Europe CBD Expo in London was a phenomenal success, attracting over 3,500 attendees, 40 speakers and 80 exhibitors. In 2020, ECE are launching satellite events across Europe, widening the reach and impact. The event series will move into the new year re-branded as Europe Canna Expo, to reflect the wider industry and the increased agenda of their events, dealing with all aspects of CBD, Cannabinoids and Medical Cannabis.

ECE will continue to move forward into the future with the same values and aims that it began with; to bring the global Cannabis industry together to help push for better access for patients and consumers, creating the discussion for a competent legal framework.

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[ November 22, 2019 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

Apply to exhibit at ECE 2020

ECE (Europe Canna Expo) is Europe’s premier event series dedicated to Cannabinoids and Medical Cannabis. The events attract an international audience of senior representatives from industry, government, clinicians, press and consumers who are looking to learn more about the latest developments in this rapidly expanding field. In 2020, ECE will see an expansion, with three event locations across Europe: Dublin, London and Zagreb.

Dublin and Zagreb conferences will have leading, international experts presenting on Cannabis Business, Science, Cultivation, and Patient Care and Access, giving insight into the current state of play of the CBD and medical cannabis industry across the globe. The event will highlight the opportunities that are available to Ireland and Croatia as they continue to move towards an open CBD and medical cannabis market from large scale cultivation through to research.


The format for ECE London will be very similar to the 2019 event, with a dedicated B2B day on Friday 26th June and B2B and B2C on Saturday 27th June. For 2020, we will have two dedicated conference areas plus the main stage, tripling the size of this year’s conference sessions and number of expert speakers. This reflects our commitment to providing detailed scientific and business information for our attendees and an educational programme that is second to none.

ECE hosts a diverse range of exhibitors, from emerging start-ups to established industry leaders. With an international audience in their thousands looking to expand their knowledge and explore what the CBD and medical cannabis industry have to offer, ECE is the perfect platform to network with like-minded thinkers and create a conversation around your brand.

Take a look at the highlights from ECE London 2019

Contact us to exhibit

For all enquiries about exhibiting at ECE 2020, contact Paul Ragget, Event Director
paul@londoncbdgroup.com

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[ November 22, 2019 by europecannaexpo 0 Comments ]

Europe CBD Expo Name Change and New Locations Announced

October 2019 – London Canna Group (LCG or the “Company”) the leading comprehensive cannabis consultancy in the United Kingdom, today announces details of its international expansion with ECE 2020 event series. The news comes in the same week as the name change of the event from Europe CBD Expo to Europe Canna Expo. 

ECE (Europe Canna Expo) is Europe’s premier event series dedicated to Cannabinoids and Medical Cannabis. The events attract an international audience of senior representatives from industry, government, clinicians, press and consumers who are looking to learn more about the latest developments in this rapidly expanding field. 

ECE’s Events Director Paul Raggett explains – ‘’The change in name reflects the wider content of our conference sessions and the wider industry as a whole. As we showed in our inaugural event Europe CBD Expo in London in July, CBD is a small part of the wider Medical Cannabis Industry and there are many other important Cannabinoids and components within the Cannabis plant that government and the wider public need to be aware of.‘’

The launch of ECE 2020 series is the cornerstone of the firm’s ambitious plans to expand its footprint and go global. 

Sal Noble, London CBD Group’s CEO reflected on the rebrand and evolution: “In 2019 we have realised our vision for a new type of event. Europe CBD Expo was disruptive, both in terms of format, content and attendance. We were quick to identify the rapidly-changing industry landscape. Our vision was to bring together brands and experts with the latest research, products and innovations able to meet needs and transform each part the customer journey. After our successful launch in London, demand from our community is taking us all over the Europe, with first destinations being Dublin, Ireland and Zagreb, Croatia.’’ 

Chief Operations Officer Housam Nasr continued: “This isn’t just a conference and exhibition. ECE is an authentic global community for those who want to stay at the cutting-edge of research, innovations, technology and solutions for the ever-changing legal cannabis landscape. The move to ECE is not only a change of name, but a new commitment to year-round conversation for analysis and insight-sharing. A watering hole for the future-focused leaders who want to see “what’s next”, understand how to bridge ‘the gap between now and next’, while carrying forward authentic values. ECE is both cross-industry and global. We strive to find the lessons from across the globe to inspire and mobilise leaders as they seek to connect with today’s market. Europe CBD Expo was the launch pad for us to understand this space; to listen and learn what leaders, brands, experts and consumers really want. ECE (Europe Canna Expo) series is our next chapter.’’ 

Dublin and Zagreb conferences will have the leading international experts presenting on Cannabis Business, Science, Cultivation, and Patient Care and Access, giving an understanding of the current state of play of the CBD and Medical Cannabis Industry globally. The event will highlight the opportunities that are available to Ireland and Croatia when they continue to move towards an open CBD and Medical Cannabis market, from large scale cultivation all the way through to research. 

The ECE London format will be very similar to the 2019 event, with a dedicated B2B day on Friday 26th June and B2B and B2C on Saturday 27th June, we will however have two dedicated Conference areas, plus the Main Stage, tripling the size of the conference sessions and the number of expert speakers, showing our commitment to providing detailed Scientific and Business information for our attendees and an educational programme that is second to none.   

The Expo will also increase in size to over 125 exhibitors and provides a platform to the leading brands and service providers across the CBD and Medical Cannabis industry to meet with like-minded individuals from across the globe, both B2B and B2C.

The Dublin event will be hosted at the highly prestigious Shelbourne Hotel (27 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2, Ireland) on 3-4th March 2020. 

The flagship event ECE London will be held on 26-27th June 2020 at the ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Docks, London E16 1XL. 

The Zagreb event will be hosted at the Sheraton hotel (Ul. Kneza Borne 2, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia) on 15-16th October 2020. 

The international Sponsors and Exhibitors will reflect a broad spectrum of the industry from Scientific Equipment Manufacturers through to Medical Cannabis Providers and CBD Brands. 

The final agenda, along with the speaker line up, will be published on ECE’s newly refreshed website www.europecannaexpo.com over the coming weeks. 

Call for speakers is now open, please click here to submit your application. 

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Notes to Editors

About London Canna Group

London Canna Group is a comprehensive consultancy that helps entrepreneurs start, run, grow their Cannabinoids businesses through brand consulting, retail, e-commerce, and Europe Canna Expo event series, networking and educational events. www.londoncannagroup.co.uk

About ECE 

ECE (Europe Canna Expo) is Europe’s premier event series dedicated to Cannabinoids and Medical Cannabis. The events attract an international audience of senior representatives from industry, government, clinicians, press and consumers who are looking tool learn more about the latest developments in this rapidly expanding field. 

Europe Canna Expo London is being held on 26-27th June 2020 at the ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Docks, London E16 1XL. 

Europe Canna Expo Dublin is being held on 3-4th March 2020 at the Shelbourne 27 St. Stephens Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

Europe Canna Expo Zagreb is being held on 15-16th October 2020 at the Sheraton Hotel, Ul. Kneza Borne 2, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia

To find out more about the previous event, please have a look at the highlights and agenda here. 

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Press Contact 

Kristina Spionjak 

Marketing Director 

London Canna Group

kristina@londoncbdgroup.com 

+44 (0) 78 8 22 55 838