About the Virtual Medicinal Cannabis Conference – 16-17 November 2020
The 3rd Annual Medicinal Cannabis Conference features international and local experts in medicinal cannabis GACP, GMP, clinical trials, cultivation and production.
This popular conference, being held over 2 days in November 2020 (16-17 November) will include information on security, resource management and waste management; and other GMP (EU GMP) and PIC/S requirements.
What you’ll learn about the rapidly-growing medicinal cannabis sector:
From understanding the complexities of medicinal cannabis cultivation processes required to attain a healthy, saleable crop (GACP), to risk management strategies, to operational cost considerations that domestic suppliers and export businesses must take into account, this conference is a must-attend event for anyone working in, or designating policies in relation to, medicinal cannabis cultivation and pharmaceutical production in Australia, New Zealand, and the Asia-Oceania region.
Who should attend?
The Conference is ideal for industrial-scale cultivation operators, current licence holders or licence applicants, pharmaceutical production permit holders, validation engineers, quality managers, scientists, botanists, business investors and policy-makers with an eye towards exporting cannabis products to the European market.
Have you registered yet?
What: 2020 Medicinal Cannabis Conference
Where: Virtually, hosted using Whova
When: 16-17 November 2020 (Monday and Tuesday)
Cost per person: $450 AUD + GST for 2-Days
- Connect with local and international Medicinal Cannabis industry experts including cultivators, scientists, regulators and policy influencers
- Obtain first-hand knowledge of developments in the Medicinal Cannabis industry in Australia, Europe and Asia-Oceania markets
- Build new relationships within the sector and expand your networks and industry-expertise
- Learn about the latest equipment, services and EU-GMP requirements
Snapshot: The 2-day conference will feature Australian and International experts in Medicinal Cannabis including policy and regulatory standards for GMP compliant production. Topics include site selection, architecture/facility design, economical growing systems, climate controls to reduce crop issues (yeast, mould, wastage), security, and other GACP/GMP requirements for medicinal cannabis cultivation, production and export businesses.