Hoban Law Group Joins New Frontier Data in First International Cannabis Alliance
InterCannAlliance Symposia in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa offer education to new market entrants
Denver, CO (November 8, 2018) – Expanding on decade-long cannabis industry successes, Hoban Law Group joins InterCannAlliance (ICA) as a founding partner to provide expertise to new market entrants. Based in Denver, Colorado -the center of America’s regulated marijuana and industrial hemp markets-Hoban Law Group was the nation’s first (since 2008) full time, full service business-oriented law firm serving the cannabis industry exclusively. Additionally, Hoban Law Group was the first U.S.-based law firm to expand its cannabis industry services around the globe. Providing legal counsel in numerous countries to international businesses, governments and ancillary service providers, Hoban Law Group created the world’s largest and most sophisticated cannabis industry network. The firm’s current network of strategic global partners includes professional consultants and service providers with expertise in the global hemp marketplace and the regulated marijuana industry.
New Frontier Data, the authority in data, analytics and business intelligence in the global cannabis industry, in conjunction with CannaTech and leading companies representing the key building sectors of any legal cannabis market, announced the creation of the InterCannAlliance (ICA) yesterday.
The ICA has been established to educate and inform future regional market and thought leaders interested in the cannabis industry, fostering responsible, transparent and effective market practices learned across more mature North American cannabis sectors.
Multinational cannabis market leaders exclusively sharing their expertise at one-day, invitation-only, regional ICA symposia, will include:
Lift, Distribution and Customer Education
Cultivation and Processing global enterprises which will only be announced to attendees
And New Frontier Data, Data &Reporting
ICA has committed to working with local partners and decision-makers across the Latin American, Asia-Pacific and African regions, starting with the Latin America ICA Symposium in 2019.