CannaCon 2017 is coming to Seattle’s Pier 91 Smith Cove Event Center February 16th-18th. An event that focuses on the business aspect of the marijuana industry, CannaCon is designed to educate and inform those who are already working with cannabis as well as those who are still looking to get involved in various ways.
CannaCon features a large number of exhibitors from the marijuana industry.
Depending on what you want to do at the event, Tickets for CannaCon range in prices. A single-day expo badge is $20 or a three-day is $50 and includes various perks. The hours for CannaCon are 10am-6pm all three days.
Seminars are offered daily and start an hour before doors open. You will need a seminar pass to attend. A one-day seminar pass will run you $75 and includes the expo. A three-day seminar pass will cost $200.
If you want to maximize your experience, the three-day all-access pass is probably what you should be looking for. It costs $300 and includes a budtender certification course valued at $200. Combine that with music, food, shopping and more cannabis connects than you ever thought imaginable.
The budtending course is hosted on Saturday and is available outside of the three-day pass for $200. Current and future budtenders will learn about products, proper dosage, safe consumption and cannabis customer service. The course is ideal for people looking to eventually start a dispensary or become employed as a budtender at their local shop.
To help out participants and attendees this year, CannaCon has accommodated smartphones with the development of a custom app to help navigate through the venue.
Find out more information by visiting their website at www.CannaCon.org/Seattle.