The Hilton Portland & Executive Tower offers luxury accomodations in the heart of dowtown Portland. Special rate of $179 for OMMBC attendees.
The Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference (OMMBC) has been officially approved for 6 CLE credits surrounding legal issues concerning the burgeoning marijuana industry, including: business formation; branding and intellectual property; employment law; medical dispensaries; recreational retail stores cannabis production; cannabis extract production; and federal law and pending reforms. The OMMBC provides a great opportunity for Oregon-licensed attorneys to learn about the burgeoning cannabis industry and network with established marijuana entrepreneurs and those thinking of joining the industry, while earning 6 CLE credits.
Tickets go up to $499
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Meet and greet the speakers at the 2015 OMMBC in Portland. These are the key people in the industry today, and will be available for you to speak with one on one.
Located in the Sky Lounge with catered food and a full bar, this is a chance for you to enhance your OMMBC experience.
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As always, a stellar mix of politics and business
Some of the more creative offerings at the OMMBC were found in these topical cannabis salves from Monumental Medicinals.
Keynote speaker Governor Gary Johnson opens the talks at the March 2015 OMMBC in Eugene, Oregon with his usual insightful wit.
As well attended as any cannabis event of 2015, the crowds at the March 2015 OMMBC indicate the potential for an even bigger event in Portland.
Alex Rogers and Senator Prozanski mingle in the crowd while Anthony Johnson looks on at the March 2015 OMMBC in Eugene.
Anthony Johnson of New Approach Oregon, Governor Gary Johnson and CEO of Cannabis Sativa Inc., and Alex Rogers, Executive Producer of the OMMBC.
The exhibitor floor at the March 2015 OMMBC was fairly crowded even during times when speakers were talking in the conference room.
Entrepreneurs were in abundance at the March 2015 OMMBC offering, among other devices, machines to speed up the time consuming process of trimming.
Deals were made everywhere at the OMMBC, from here on the exhibitor floor to attendee's hotel rooms to neighborhood restaurants and bars.
Two of the many people behind the scenes that made the OMMBC into the most successful and popular cannabis conference of 2015.
Owners of a popular medical marijuana dispensary in Eugene were very happy with the turnout at the OMMBC in their hometown in March 2015.
Senator Floyd Prozanski is perhaps the biggest champion of medical marijuana in the state of Oregon, helping the medical program from over regulation.
The mood among exhibitors was optimistic at the March OMMBC in Eugene, Oregon which saw record numbers of attendees.
A staff member from a medical marijuana dispensary engages with a conference attendee at the March OMMBC in Eugene.
Dean Arbit of Smell the Truth speaks about the nuances of cannabis product portrayal in both alternative and mainstream media.
As the cannabis industry continues to develop, more mainstream companies are entering the space, creating more legitimacy and exposure.
Steve DeAngelo (left) of the legendary Harborside medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland with Alex Rogers, Executive Producer of the OMMBC.
As rules and regulations continue to grow and change, conferences such as the OMMBC are seeing record numbers of attendees.
Karen Sprague, CEO and founder of the popular CO2 vape pen company, speaks alongside attorney Robert Graham on the extracts panel at the OMMBC.
UFCW is dedicated to the growing number of workers who are employed at medical marijuana dispensaries and other cannabis industry-related workplaces.
Dean Arbit (left) of Smell the Truth, a publication of the San Francisco Chronicle, speaks with Oregon criminal defense lawyer Lee Berger.
Before, during, or after the day's speaking sessions the exhibitor lounge is a popular place for both buyers and sellers to find what they're looking for.
One of the premiere sponsors of the OMMBC, Northwest Alternative Health has offices in Eugene with friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Vendors at the OMMBC included a wide variety of ancillary businesses not directly selling or producing cannabis products.
Medibles may soon outperform flowers and extracts in the newly emerging recreational marijuana markets in Oregon.
With stringent new testing requirements you'll need to find a good lab that delivers accurate results on a consistent basis.
Offering CO2 extract vape pens, tinctures, and salves, these guys have it all. Look for them at the next OMMBC in Portland on September 12 and 13, 2015.
Attendance was full at the San Francisco conference in February of 2015, and with recreational outlets set to open in October in Oregon, this trend will continue.
Attorney Paul Loney (left) speaks at the OMMBC in Eugene. Look for Paul at the Portland OMMBC in September 2015.
Cannabis testing facilities will be represented in abundance at the Portland OMMBC in September 2015, check them out and see what they can offer you.
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"I found this conference to be one of the most comprehensive that I have ever attended. Yes, there were talks on cannabis business, but there were also talks on social justice, human rights, and science."
—Dr. Carl Hart
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—Andrew Sullivan, The Dish
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