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IMPACT Network Speaks at April 30th Cannabis Conference in Philadelphia

Greenhouse Ventures (GHV), the only Philadelphia-based business that specializes in accelerating start-ups in the cannabis industry, will host the city’s first cannabis conference, Innovation in the Cannabis Industry. It will be held at the Chemical Heritage Foundation on Saturday, April 30, 2016. Sponsors include Segal McCambridge, Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Society and Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine.

This one-day conference will feature an expert panel of 17 pioneers in the cannabis industry.  Keynote speakers include Lindy Snider the founder and CEO of Lindiskin and David Dineberg CEO and founder of KIND Financial. Topics will include cannabis investing, technology, medical research and anticipating future trends.

IMPACT Network’s CEO and founder Dr. Michele Ross will be speaking on the medical panel. As a neuroscientist and patient advocate Dr. Ross has been pushing for a clinical cannabis research institute in the state of Colorado. Save $30 on your Innovation in the Cannabis Industry ticket with IMPACT Network’s promo code: GHVIMPACT.

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This one-day conference will feature an expert panel of 17 pioneers in the cannabis industry.  Keynote speakers include Lindy Snider the founder and CEO of Lindiskin and David Dineberg CEO and founder of KIND Financial. Topics will include cannabis investing, technology, medical research and anticipating future trends.

Innovation in the Cannabis Industry will be an affordable opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors, medical professionals to learn from top cannabis leaders in an intimate forum about the practices that have risen on the West Coast and the possible prospects for success in the East.

Ten East Coast states are currently negotiating some sort of cannabis legislation. One element of these proposals includes identifying “qualifying conditions” for medical use.  The widespread discussion and push for legalization has taken the taboo out of the topic helping build the network needed. Philadelphia has long been a major vein in medical research. The natural inclination is then to make Philly the cannabis epicenter for the East Coast.

“Pennsylvania has the potential to become one of the leading states on the East Coast for medical cannabis if a proper ecosystem of support is in place,” says Tyler Dautrich, founder of Greenhouse Ventures. “And while that begins with quality legislation, we understand it takes a combined effort from established business owners, medical researchers, investment organizations, patient advocacy groups, and more public-facing events.”

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