Europe’s B2B cannabis industry conference Cannabis Europa will be taking place in London for 2022.
MGC Pharmaceuticals, Cansativa Group and Somai Pharmaceuticals have been announced as some of the sponsors of Cannabis Europa.
Cannabis is making its way into the mainstream in Europe, creating an exciting phase for both investors and patients. As new markets such as Germany begin to legalise, Cannabis Europa allows delegates to navigate the rapidly growing European sector by connecting and collaborating with industry leaders and regulators.
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The event aims to deliver cutting-edge knowledge from senior government officials, leading scientific experts and some of the most influential businesses in the industry.
Cansativa Group is Germany’s largest medical cannabis distributor, and is one of the country’s largest cannabis businesses and a driving force within Germany’s rapidly evolving cannabis industry.
The company’s B2B platform manages every stage of the cannabis value chain from import, to distribution and related logistics, serving thousands of pharmacies across the country. Through an exclusive agreement with Germany’s regulatory body, it is the only company permitted to distribute domestically-grown medical cannabis.
Co-founder and managing director of Cansativa Group, Benedikt Sons, commented: “We are happy to discuss with industry leading experts about the legalisation of cannabis in Germany.
“We understand ourselves as an enabler: access to cannabis – for everyone. Simple. Safe.”
Further sponsors of Cannabis Europa include Shimadzu, Subrosa Group, Kanabo and Linnea.
Shimadzu is one of the world´s largest providers of analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring equipment. The company offers a multitude of products, encompassing Analytical and Measuring Instruments and Medical Systems for applications in a broad range of industries, and employs more than 820 people in Europe and has developed into a large European network with offices and trade partners in 81 cities in 48 countries.
Manager of the European food market at Shimadzu Europa, Uwe Oppermann, said: “Shimadzu Europe appreciates the fruitful cooperation with Cannabis Europa from the very beginning. We are happy to be part of this community, meeting the right people to help expand our business, share insights and innovations, and establishing the European market as a leading region for cannabis business.”
The event will take place at London’s Old Billingsgate from 28 to 29 June. To find out more please visit: www.cannabis-europa.com