Industry leaders from around the world are gathering in Davos, Switzerland for a unique event highlighting Canada’s prominent role in the advancement of the global cannabis industry
As a side event to the World Economic Forum, the Canada Cannabis House was an unprecedented event where international industry leaders gathered from January 22-24 in Davos, Switzerland, and Plena Global was honored to be a part of it. With all eyes on the Canadian experience of cannabis legalization, Plena SVP of Global Affairs Mike Dacks shared his thoughts and expertise in the discussion entitled “How to Build International Brands in the Cannabis Industry” on Wednesday, January 23rd.
With a variety of thought-provoking panel discussions and an exclusive interview with Israel’s 10th Prime Minister Ehud Barak, guests who attended the three-day event had the opportunity to convene with international governments and business leaders about the rapid global evolution of the cannabis industry. “I believe participating in the Canada Cannabis House at Davos was an excellent opportunity for industry leaders to connect away from the distractions of the North American markets, and explore the massive global opportunities in infrastructure, licensing, r&d and supply chain relationships that must be built across borders and regions,” says Dacks on Plena Global’s involvement in the exclusive event. In today’s modern cannabis market, Plena Global has established itself as a global leader by meeting the ever-increasing demand for reliable and affordable cGMP cannabis raw materials and API around the world.
Co-hosted by the Canadian Securities Exchange, Kapoor Kapital, and OTC Markets Group Inc., the unique CannaTech Pavilion event invited industry thought leaders, top cannabis trade organizations and C-suite executives from around the globe to gain a comprehensive overview of investment and trading options for growth-oriented, innovative and entrepreneurial cannabis companies.