An annual cannabis conference returns to San Francisco in December.

The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) 7th Annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo will take place December 15-17 at the Moscone Center.

According to NCIA, the event will have more than 125 speakers, over 80 training sessions and Hundreds the exhibitor on the 12,000 square meter exhibition area.

Features on the exhibition space include a new conference experience that gives attendees the opportunity to familiarize themselves with various cannabis products.

“The event also marks the debut of Bloom: A Brands Experience,” said an NCIA press release. “The new show within a show entices visitors with a uniquely immersive sensory experience where they see products from dozens of brands specializing in flowers, steam, pre-roll, oils, edibles and more right on the show and can smell the ground. “

Speakers and topics

The Cannabis Business Summit & Expo will feature a list of activists and industry leaders as keynote speakers including Troy Datcher, Marvin Washington, Rachael Rapinoe, Anna Symonds and San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed.

Mayor Breed will speak on Thursday, December 16 at 10:00 a.m.

According to the NCIA, the keynote speakers will cover a variety of topics.

More than 125 additional speakers with a large selection of cannabis knowledge topics such as The rounds of regulation of the cannabis law, Cannabis Market Trends and Consumer Insights, Road to State Legalization: An Update from DC, and the Recalibrated cannabis M&A market.

With a reputation as influential B2B trade show in the cannabis industry, NCIA says the Cannabis Business Summit & Expo will unite exclusive Educational content, exhibitors and experiences under one roof.

NCIA says the 2021 conference will host a unmistakable Event.

According to the NCIA, licensed retailers, distributors, infused product manufacturers, and growers with valid state licenses can participate for free.

To register for the NCIA Cannabis Business Summit & Expo, visit the official website.