Following the successful inaugural two-day event in 2018, Medcann World Forum has officially announced the 2nd annual event in Malta set for November 19th - 21st.
This year’s three-day conference will host Malta's top policymakers, international regulatory experts and global business leaders in the medical cannabis field.
Medcann World Forum will continue to place the spotlight on Malta, it’s medical cannabis legislation and business-friendly environment and highlight why the country is quickly becoming the leader in the European medical cannabis field.
The Maltese government and in particular Prime Minister Dr. Joseph Muscat is a strong supporter of the medical cannabis industry and what it offers to this Mediterranean island. When speaking during the introduction of the Medical Marijuana bill last year, Dr. Muscat outlined his vision for a global, reliable and secure Maltese medical marijuana industry.
This November, the Medcann World Forum attendees will gain a diverse and inspiring perspective of the latest advances from the medical cannabis industry through a mix of case-studies presentations, discussions, and Q&A sessions. Additionally, the multi-faceted event will focus on 6 main pillars, namely: medical, legislation, business, regulatory, education & research.
Nicholas Spiteri, Director of the MedCann World Forum said “The response we experienced after last year’s event is overwhelming. The increase in speakers and exhibitors has led us to increase the footprint of the conference and also add an extra day to the event compared to 2018. We already have over 100 speakers confirmed and the feedback we are getting from industry leaders is that the event is well placed to become the region’s premier medical cannabis industry gathering’
ABOUT MEDCANN WORLD FORUM
Medcann World Forum 2019 will take place at the Mediterranean Conference Centre which has long been considered one of Valletta's most remarkable landmarks. Located towards the tip of Valletta peninsula, the MCC stands for distinction with magnificent views across the Grand Harbour.