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NoCo Hemp Expo organizes first hemp conference in America

English: Cleveland Ave in downtown Loveland, CO
English: Cleveland Ave in downtown Loveland, CO (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This spring Loveland, Colorado will host the first hemp trade show and conference in North America. According to a Hemp Biz Journal press release, two full days of hemp-related workshops and guest speakers will be featured at the Ranch Events Complex April 1-2.

“We are excited to have the firstever nationally hempfocused Investment Summit as part of our conference,” said Morris Beegle, the founder of NoCo Hemp Expo. “Our partners at The Hemp Business Journal and Business Catapult  are bringing together the investment sector and investment ready companies throughout the hemp industry with the potential for funding right off the expo floor.”

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The Hemp Investment Summit was organized to recognize the growing hemp industry, as many predict 2016 will be a big year in the history of the developing hemp market.

To learn more about the conference, read the full press release. Tickets can be purchased here for $15.

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