Kush Marketplace is returning next week, March 6 to the Lynnwood Convention Center. This year’s marketplace aims to connect producers and retailers to facilitate wholesale deals right on the showroom floor.
One focus on this years show was on small farm subsidies. Many small tier-one producers don’t have the capital to invest in trade shows, and Kush Marketplace wants to lend a helping hand to the smaller farms fighting stem and leaf for shelf space.
This year’s marketplace will feature a dedicated meeting space. The showroom floor is filled with controlled chaos and can be quite noisy, not necessarily the best place to meet potential clients and have a real conversation. The meeting space will provide a quieter setting to make lasting partnerships.
Don’t be a sad panda and miss out on potential new business. Kush Marketplace has does a great job of connecting cannabis brand together and spurring collaboration among producers, processors and retailers.