First CBD-Intel Breakfast Briefing
In times of great uncertainty the best preparation for the unexpected is to be informed. And uncertainty is an excellent way to describe the current status of the CBD market.
This is why CBD-Intel is happy to announce its first in a series of breakfast briefings, to help you recognise the most important issues of the day and understand the best strategies for them.
The free CBD-Intel breakfast briefing will be held in our home city of Barcelona on 13th March, to coincide with Europe’s largest cannabis trade show, Spannabis. It is for clients and subscribers and is by invitation only. Requests to join will be considered.
CBD-Intel will present some of the latest data and analysis on the global CBD market. An open discussion about the development and future of the sector will follow.
With novel food guidance in Europe creating enforcement issues and massively influential regulations still being formed by major US regulatory bodies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA), much remains up in the air.
Those attending the first CBD-Intel breakfast briefing can expect to gain a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory challenges facing the sector, what threats or opportunities these challenges present for businesses, and what practically should be done now to address these issues.
The agenda for the event is:
- 9.00 Welcome breakfast
- 9.15 Introduction to CBD-Intel: Is CBD a fad or the future?
- 9.30 Legal and regulatory barriers to the development of the sector: Where are the opportunities?
- 10.00 New product categories and emerging consumer segments; market growth projections and scenarios
- 10.30 Roundtable Q&A
- 11.00 Finish
The first CBD-Intel Breakfast Briefing will be held in Hotel Casa Fuster (pictured above), one of the most emblematic buildings in Barcelona and registered as a historic landmark. For more information about the event and to request an invitation, please contact email@example.com
– CBD-Intel staff
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