Europe is in the midst of an exciting phase for both investors and entrepreneurs across the cannabis industry. Prohibition Partners estimates that around €354 million worth of legal, unlicensed medical cannabis will be sold throughout Europe in 2022, projecting that this will grow to around €2.3 billion by 2026.
As huge new markets such as Germany actively build their roadmap toward a legal cannabis ecosystem, Cannabis Europa London, June 28-29, allows delegates to navigate the rapidly growing European sector by connecting and collaborating with industry leaders, experts, investors and regulators.
Benedikt Sons, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Cansativa (a German startup pioneering adult-use of cannabis), has said: “We are happy to discuss with industry-leading experts about the legalisation of cannabis in Germany. We understand ourselves as an enabler: access to cannabis – for everyone. simple. Safe.”
Founded in Germany in 2017, Cansativa is building the ‘Amazon’ of cannabis for Europe, offering its customers a B2B platform to manage every stage of the value chain. The company is working to raise the profile of medical cannabis and to make it usable as an option for treatment – driving a new era of legal adult-use cannabis in Germany and across Europe.
Exciting businesses from the space such as MGC Pharma, Cansativa, Brains Bioceutical, Cannavigia and Lyphe Group have been announced among the main sponsors of the 2-day event. Other leading sponsors include Safricanna, Canna-X and Metrc, among others, as the biggest Cannabis Europa event to date fast approaches.
Such is the interest in this rapidly emerging market, attendees are joining from organisations such as Jazz Pharmaceuticals, DAC Beachcroft, Casa Verde Capital, Navy Capital, The Guardian, The Financial Times, British American Tobacco, The FSA, Australian State Government of Victoria, and the German Bundestag.
A full list of speakers can be found here.
Cannabis Europa is the leading international cannabis conference focused on the European market. Cannabis Europa conferences connect influential leaders in science, policy and business, helping to build a responsible and effective European cannabis industry that nurtures innovation, access and growth. Our events are a catalyst for political change, and a platform for cannabis-related businesses to connect with mainstream brands.