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Exclusive cannabis trade show from California makes its way to Toronto

Hall of Flowers set to make September debut in eastern Canada metropolis

Exclusive renowned cannabis trade show makes its way to Toronto
Photo via Hall of Flowers

A prominent relationship-bolstering cannabis trade show from Santa Rosa, California is debuting in Canada for the first time.

In a press release on Thursday, Cision unveiled that an esteemed cannabis trade show – Hall of Flowers will be held in Toronto from September 13-14. The event is specifically designed to foster better communication among brands in the industry to help facilitate economic growth and new business relationships.

This will be the first time that Hall of Flowers will make an appearance in Canada. The trade show has been in operation for the past four years and has successfully orchestrated six shows in Nevada and California. The convention will feature a broad variety of cannabis categories including topicals, concentrates, edibles, dried flower, accessories and state-of-the-art industry technology.

Potential exhibitors, retailers, and media who desire to attend the event without invitation will have to fill out an application form on their website in advance. The trade show will also be heading back down south to California in October.

Read more: Gage to open flagship Cookies pot shop in Toronto

Read more: WWC Conference to spotlight women in cannabis and psychedelics

The event is specifically tailored to help develop strong partnerships between retailers and brands, being made possible through a partnership with The Vetrina Group – a retail cannabis consulting company. The event venue will be the Enercare Centre – a government-owned facility that will be hosting over 200 brands and over 1000 retailer leaders, and features eight connected exhibit halls.

According to the press release from Cision on the upcoming event – Jay Rosenthal, co-founder of popular podcast Business of Cannabis expressed immense gratitude for the opportunity to help close the gap between brands and retailers brought on by the rapid development of the industry. Krista Raymer, CEO of the Vetrina Group also conveyed that the trade show would be the only setting where retailers would be able to connect with top brands in the same place.


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