Cannabis data science is changing the face of the industry, and those who don’t change with it will be left behind. That’s why we’re so excited about Cannabis + Innovation, a panel discussion and networking event sponsored by Cannabiz MD, this Thursday evening, right here in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Join four Cannabis Innovators to discuss tech innovations and data science for industry best practices, followed by a networking event hosted by Tea Pad. This event is perfect for cultivators and processors both new and established, as well as investors or anyone needing to navigate the rapidly-changing waters of the cannabis industry.
Our panel will feature:
Brytemap Founder & CEO Bryan Lopez, a 20-year veteran of IT sales. Lopez has partnered with some of the largest and most recognized technology companies in the world, including IBM, Microsoft, SAP, Cisco and VMware to deliver solutions that help streamline and transform businesses. Brytemap specializes in cultivation and dispensary METRC compliant software helping companies grow success.
James Yi. James was the co-founder of his previous company NextME, until approached by dispensary and cultivator contacts in Illinois to help with tech consulting. Yi seized the opportunity and created Leaf Trade, a fully compliant B2B marketplace that connects licensed wholesalers of cannabis products to dispensaries. Leaf Trade was listed as one of Chicago’s Top Startups to watch in 2019.
Stormy Simon, an established e-commerce innovator, pioneer, as well as a proven business leader. In summer 2016, she stepped down as President of Overstock to explore the emerging cannabis industry and is currently consulting for budding e-commerce and cannabis companies, as well as serving on the Advisory Board for CannaKids.
Xena Ugrinsky. Xena was named chief technology officer with RocketDocs, a Baltimore-based business-to-business software development company. She works with clients to advance and implement RocketDocs’ platform, ResponseFull, which combines SaaS technology and content management best practices to enable effective response capabilities.
The panel moderator will be Jonathan Havens, a regulatory, compliance, enforcement and transactional attorney with experience in both the legislative and executive branches, as well as with national and international law firms. Havens has experience with: food, drug, dietary supplement, tobacco product, medical device, cannabis, cosmetic, consumer product, and healthcare regulation; regulatory compliance and enforcement; healthcare and life sciences transactions; promotion, advertising, and labeling; and congressional affairs.
This is a one-of-a-kind event, and it happens this Thursday evening, May 9th at the Westin Baltimore Washington Airport. Join us! More information and tickets here.