Leafly are Headline Partners of Business of Cannabis: New York

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Business of Cannabis is proud to welcome Leafly back as Headline Partners for a second year, as we gather in The New York Academy of Medicine on 3 November to deep dive into the New York cannabis industry.

Founded in 2010, Seattle based Leafly is the world’s most trusted destination to discover cannabis products and order them from legal, licensed retailers. More than 100 million people visit Leafly each year to learn more about cannabis and order online with local businesses.

Yoko Miyashita, CEO of Leafly, also returns as a speaker following her keynote at last year’s inaugural event. The keynote last year focused on social equity and the ‘profound responsibility’ to create an inclusive industry. A year on, Business of Cannabis: New York will be deep diving into the work that’s been done so far and the work yet to come.

“New York is uniquely equipped to create a legal market that’s inclusive, equitable and profitable. Leafly is excited to once again partner with Business of Cannabis to celebrate New York cannabis and the leaders, innovators, educators and advocates who are shaping the industry. An industry Leafly is proud to be a part of.”

Yoko Miyashita, Leafly CEO

Leafly believes that “cannabis can be a force for positive change”, a sentiment shared by Business of Cannabis. We’re excited to once again be partnering with them, to bring the cannabis community together and explore the most exciting new market in the US.

Yoko will join an unmissable selection of speakers, including Crystal People Stokes, Axel Bernabe, Tremaine Wright, Fab 5 Freddy, CJ Wallace and many more.


Business of Cannabis: New York will be held 3 November at the New York Academy of Medicine, located at 1216 5th Ave, New York. For tickets and more information on sponsorship and speaking opportunities at Business of Cannabis: New York this year, please visit: cannabisnewyork.live


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