NoCo Hemp Expo Rolls Out Robust Educational Programming
We Are For Better Alternatives (WAFBA), Colorado Hemp Company, and Let’s Talk Hemp Media have announced the line-up of educational programming for the upcoming NoCo Hemp Expo (NoCo7). Taking place March 25-27, 2021, at the National Western Complex in Denver, NoCo7 is an educational and networking trade show designed for hemp business leaders, entrepreneurs, and farmers to gather and learn new innovations, directly from industry experts.
The three-day event, presented in a safe, COVID-compliant format, kicks off with the Investor Forum on Thursday, March 25, 2021, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Renaissance Denver Central Park Hotel,3801 Quebec Street.
The virtual, hybrid Investor Forum will feature investment professionals and business leaders covering the convergence of hemp, cannabis, regenerative agriculture, nutrition, and psychedelic investments, including insights on investment trends, opportunities, and strategies. Presented by Nutrition Capital Network, the Investor Forum is sponsored by Driftless Extracts and Frank Robison Law Group. Featured speakers include Nancy Whiteman from Wana Wellness and Mike Fata, founder of Manitoba Harvest, amongst other notable experts who will provide additional insights and remarks.
The Investor Forum will include a live and in-person Q&A with speakers at the Renaissance Hotel. There will be two online networking sessions for those who are attending virtually, which allows everyone the opportunity to connect and build relationships with investors, founders, and speakers.
NoCo7 Featured Programming
Let’s Talk Hemp Business Conference & Farm Symposium
The NoCo Hemp Expo Business Conference, presented by EcoGen BioSciences, will occur on Friday, March 26, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, at the National Western Complex. Key topics will include legal and banking issues, compliance and supply chain management, product development, retail strategies, sales channels, and consumer demand.
The Business Conference will feature dynamic guest speakers, such as Bob Hoban, Hoban Law Group; Eric Steenstra, Vote Hemp; and Joy Beckerman, Hemp Ace International. These experts and many more will provide in-depth insight on building infrastructure and the opportunities for a global hemp economy.
On Saturday, March 27, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, the Let’s Talk Hemp Farm Symposium, presented by 4RiversEquipment/John Deere, will bring together industry professionals who will discuss what’s next for hemp farmers. Industry experts such as Jonathan Vaught of Front Range BioSciences and Ryan Loflin of Rocky Mountain Hemp will share their experience and knowledge during the symposium.
Session topics will range from regenerative and organic farming techniques, soil health and genetics, harvesting and processing innovations, new technology and equipment, updated government regulations and compliance rules, and more.
New this year, attendees can access NoCo7 in-person or virtually by crafting a personal schedule through the Whova App, which event organizers say will provide a more productive expo experience. The Whova App offers a user-friendly way for both online and in-person attendees to navigate the exhibit hall, schedule, and sessions, all while networking effectively with potential contacts. Download the App following registration to unlock the education.
“We’re pleased to offer a hybrid approach to this year’s NoCo Hemp Expo, and through the Whova App, this tool provides an easy way for everyone to map out a schedule that is convenient and customized to their individual interests,” said Morris Beegle, president of WAFBA and co-founder of NoCo Hemp Expo. “Our goal is to reunite the hemp industry in a safe, Covid-compliant environment where we can reconnect, reset, and continue ‘The Hemp Revolution.'”
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