Updated: Feb 10
The Cannabis Global Consultants (CGC) will host the second annual Barbados Medical Cannabis Conference, February 22-23, 2020
TORONTO, Jan. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cannabis Global Consultants (CGC) has officially launched as a premier consulting firm to further and assist start-ups, established businesses, and international governments with their medical cannabis legalization initiatives. The group’s first official conference project begins with the second annual Barbados Medical Cannabis Conference, taking place on February 22-23, in collaboration with the Barbados Medical Cannabis Licensing Authority and the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.
CGC is a Canadian-based company formulated specifically to support medical cannabis legalization initiatives on a global scale. The team, with about 20 years of combined experience, consults on cultivation, regulatory compliance, licensing, facility design/operations, security, distribution, and business strategy.
“As a long-time advisor to the global cannabis industry, I am excited to join forces with the elite team at CGC to meet the increasing demand for trusted, best-in-class consultants to support governments and companies in emerging and expanding medical cannabis markets globally,” says David Hyde, managing partner of CGC.
CGC also assists with educational conferences, medical initiatives, regulatory affairs and legislation, security policy, licensing strategy, traceability, seed-to-sale and quality technology, GACP and EU-GMP compliance certifications, and much more.
CGC is lead by four elite industry leaders from Canada, the U.K., Barbados and Israel with extensive networks and experience within the Canadian and international cannabis sectors. The leadership team consisting of Lauren Booklin, Shlomo Booklin, David Hyde, and Sarah Seale, have years of experience providing expert guidance to cannabis companies and government bodies worldwide. This supergroup first worked together as a team on the island of Barbados in 2019 with the launch of the 1st Annual Barbados Medical Cannabis Conference.
“CGC is formed by a group of very talented and experienced individuals with years of cannabis experience and know-how,” says Lauren and Shlomo Booklin, managing partners of CGC. “Our intention is to be your “go-to” company, whether you are a start-up or an existing company seeking to expand into other geographies.”
“I’m honoured to be working with this incredible team in the international market. Collectively, this group covers every area of expertise and resource a country that is newly legalizing could need. I am proud to be bringing these resources to my homeland of Barbados as they develop their legalization program,” says Sarah Seale, managing partner of CGC.
CGC will host the 2020 Barbados Medical Cannabis Conference in partnership with the Barbados Cannabis Licensing Authority, University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus), ripKurrent, Sangreen USA Inc, Marigold PR, Ethical Image, A&L Canada Laboratories Inc., and other prominent cannabis sector companies. The event aims to explore the benefits and safe use of medical cannabis, supported by panel talks from expert industry speakers.
The unique two-day global cannabis conference offers attendees the opportunity to network, listen, and share insights from top cannabis experts from around the world. Guest speakers include Shantal Munro-Knight from the Barbados Cannabis Licensing Authority. Dr. Damian Cohall, who is the Deputy Dean of Pre-Clinical Sciences and Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology at The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill. Andrew Wilson, seed-to-sale technology specialist from Grower IQ, in addition to other cannabis industry leaders.
To learn more about CGC or register for the Barbados Medical Cannabis Conference, visit www.cannabisglobalconsultants.com.
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About Cannabis Global Consultants (CGC) Cannabis Global Consultants is a Canadian-based company headed up by four leaders in the cannabis industry. This company has been formulated specifically to further and assist international countries and governments with their medical cannabis legalization initiatives. This group of industry professionals from Canada, the U.K., Barbados and Israel have developed extensive networks within the Canadian and international sectors and can assist in the development of cultivation, regulatory compliance, licensing, facility design/operations, security, distribution, and business strategy. For more information, visit https://www.cannabisglobalconsultants.com/.