What's Next for the Cannabis Industry?
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Richard Carleton - Canadian Securities Exchange, CEO
David Danziger - MNP, SVP, Assurance & National Leader, Public Companies
Barrington Miller - Canadian Securities Exchange, Director, Client Listed Services
James Parker - Trava Capital, Founding Principal
The cannabis industry remains one of the most talked about and debated sectors in Canada, the United States and internationally. As cannabis businesses continue to scale from the initial industry boom, they are also contending with financial stressors compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Canada, there have been recent periods of noteworthy retail gains, followed by peaks and valleys aligned with provincial responses to the pandemic. In the U.S., several states have demonstrated impressive and consistent cannabis sales, with others well-positioned to open their cannabis markets. As the U.S. federal election looms, how might the outcome impact this sector?
Join our panel of cannabis industry experts as they provide updates and opinions on everything from business model trends to financing. Take away insight on key issues that will determine what’s next for cannabis businesses from a legal, financial and capital markets perspective.
- Update on capital markets
- Financial stressors: operations during COVID, the black market, debt, supply and demand
- Trends in business models: vertical integration, specialization, scale
- High-performing jurisdictions
- Cannabis industry hot topics
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