First ever dagga expo in CT

2019-03-28 06:00

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April.

The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum.

The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent.

Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.

“The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the cannabis industry has to offer and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

V Visit www.TheCannabisExpo.co.za for more information.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April.

The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum.

The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.“The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the cannabis industry has to offer and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April.

The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum.

The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.

“The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.” All you need to know

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga.

Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the cannabis industry has to offer and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

V Visit www.TheCannabisExpo.co.za for more information.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April.

The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum.

The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

V Visit www.TheCannabisExpo.co.za for more.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April. The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum. The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the dagga industry and so much more. Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April. The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum. The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around cannabis, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the dagga industry and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

Cape Town’s first ever dagga expo will take place in Sun Exhibits, GrandWest from Thursday 4 to Sunday 7 April. The Cannabis Expo in South Africa, a trade and consumer exhibition dedicated to the cannabis industry, will showcase a range of ways to use the versatile plant, which is making waves globally in industries across the business spectrum. The expo includes an exhibitor hall, networking and entertainment spaces, a convention stage and a workshop for local and international experts across the industry.

Elouise Matthys, the public relations and promotions manager at GrandWest, says: “This is the largest exhibition of its kind on the African continent. Internationally, most major countries host annual cannabis expos that attract tens of thousands of people, from the USA, Germany and Australia to name a few. We are excited to be the hosts of this cutting-edge expo in Cape Town.”

Expo’s sales director Sarah Howarth says: “Due to a number of reasons, such as this country’s liberal laws, geographic climate, population demographics and the wide array of cultures, South Africa is expected to become one of the largest cannabis industry marketplaces in the world.The Cannabis Expo is the perfect platform for international and local medical health professionals, agricultural providers and lifestyle brands to engage with industry experts and the public around this versatile plant.”

This multifaceted expo provides visitors the opportunity to learn all there is to know about dagga. Get clued up about the laws around dagga, how to get a growers permit, what tools, lights and fertilisers are needed to grow the best crops, the wide range of health benefits of dagga, the vast business opportunities the dagga industry has to offer and so much more.

Tickets are available at R150 at Computicket or at the door for R200. The doors open at 10:00 and closes at 16:00 on Thursday 4 April, 20:00 on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 April, and 16:00 on Sunday 7 April.

V Visit www.TheCannabisExpo.co.za for more

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