Montreal Cannabis Expo
Palais des congrès
September 13-14, 2023
Quebec’s premier event for the cannabis industry.
Reunited – Reignited!
Canada’s #1 Cannabis Industry Trade Show is geared to inspire and ignite new business relationships!
2022 Featured Exhibitors
Over 100 Exhibitors Including:
Who should attend?
Join like-minded industry professionals working in all aspects of the Cannabis Industry, including Licensed Producers, growers, investors, suppliers, healthcare providers, job-seekers and media at this premier event showcasing the best products, services and world-class speakers the industry has to offer. This is the place to learn and share everything there is to know about the cannabis industry.
The Montreal Cannabis Expo is a business event. Cannabis in any form and consumer goods will NOT be available at this show. You must be 21+ to attend.
Business & Industry
Quebec’s leading business Expo for the cannabis industry and Canada’s favourite Industry-exclusive event. As we shift to a post-covid world, now more than ever, you need to be there face to face to do business and make connections to ensure your brands is positioned to thrive in the fast-growing cannabis business. Showcase and sell your products and services to businesses actively working and looking for new opportunities. This is a must-attend event for anyone working in cannabis, or looking to get involved in the space. It is the place to be to meet other cannabis professionals, thought leaders, and kick-start meaningful conversations, relationships and deals.
The event will showcase exhibitors that work with the medicinal use of cannabis. Industry workers can share information, solutions and get their questions answered and find resources and best practices to utilize Cannabis to treat health issues including chronic pain and other ailments. With massive changes to the health care system over the last 18 months, it’s imperative to be at this event to capitalize on new opportunities in this space.
The Main Stage will host demos and presentations about new innovations in the industry, investing in the industry, getting into the cannabis business sector, state of legalization in Quebec and the rest of Canada, growing marijuana, recreational marijuana, edibles and much more.
Main Stage Partner
Two days of workshops and seminars for industry professional and attendees to learn about how cannabis relates to health and wellness. Presentations will focus on the different benefits produced by cannabis, and include the latest research on its use as a treatment for various health conditions. Check back here one month prior to the event for a full schedule.
We continue to work with the Palais des congress and Quebec health to work on plans for the The Industry Mixer Kick-off Party, which has become the #1 networking event in the industry. We will keep you updated on our plans and ticket availability as we get closer to the event as rules and regulations continue to change on a regular basis. This event is an amazing key to meeting and networking with industry suppliers, leaders, investors and entrepreneurs.
Rooftop Patio Party
The Industry Mixer Rooftop Party is your key to meeting and networking with industry suppliers, leaders, investors and entrepreneurs. The Expo strives to bring our community together for collaboration and education in order to strengthen and elevate the cannabis industry as whole. This is the industry’s best Networking Party, high above downtown Montreal, right at the Palais des Congres! Meet your industry peers, make new relationships and gain knowledge to move your business forward.
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