Cannabis Europa will be taking their cutting-edge European expertise, knowledge and research across the Atlantic to Toronto, Canada, the market at the forefront of the medicinal cannabis sector.
With over 350 hand-picked delegates from all over the world and a panel of over 30 curated expert speakers, the Cannabis Europa Transatlantic Forum will bring industry leaders, investors, business innovators, politicians, patients and advocates together for a content-packed day of networking and learning.
We’re right at the beginning of opening up access to a plant which has so much potential to improve people’s lives and I think this is going to be a really positive social change, one of the great social changes of our generation
Join the leading European innovators and Canadian pioneers to understand the future of the international cannabis industry.
The Cannabis Europa Transatlantic Forum will take place at Toronto’s historic Fairmont Royal York hotel, situated just a minute walk from the city’s biggest attractions like the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena and the bustling Bay Street.
Hannah Skingle is Chief Operating Officer of Euopean Cannabis licensing and regulation at one of Europe’s leading CBD companies, Dragonfly Biosciences. She’s an expert at the forefront of creating new policies and setting industry standards.
Investment Manager at Denmark’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Michael Prytz helps Canadian and US businesses establish their presence in the Danish market. His knowledge of regulatory frameworks in a European/Danish context has been instrumental in attracting international medical cannabis companies to Denmark.
Alexandra is Founder and CEO of the first ever company to export the Jamaican medical cannabis flower internationally, Jacana. She’s one of the sector’s most pioneering business leaders and has forged a global company across Europe, North America and the Caribbean.
Lyndon is a Jersey Senator involved with the granting of a licence to Jersey farmers in August 2019 permitting them to harvest hemp flowers for cannabis oil. Jersey became the first place in the British and Irish Isles to grant such a licence.