Colorado Cannabis Calendar for the Week

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National Cannabis Industry Association Seed-to-Sale Show
Wednesday, February 7, and Thursday, February 8
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street

The National Cannabis Industry Association, one of the legal cannabis industry's biggest business associations, will host more than 3,000 members of the trade at the Colorado Convention Center on Wednesday, February 7, and Thursday, February 8. The convention will showcase the newest and most innovative practices and technology surrounding regulated cannabis, and is open to NCIA members and non-members alike. Learn about the event's agenda and register on the NCIA website.

Colorado Cannabis Career Fair
Saturday, February 10, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Exdo Event Center
1399 35th Street

Over fifty cannabis companies will be at the Exdo Event Center on Saturday, February 10, to hire for positions ranging from entry-level to executive. Companies attending include Verde Natural, Green Thumb Industries, Native Roots, Security Grade, Colorado Cannabis Company, Pure MMJ, Canna Security America, Marijuana Industry Group, IMPACT Network, Roots Rx, The Health Center, Simply Pure and Dress for Success. Entrance is free, but attendees must register online first.

NoCo Hemp Expo
Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7
The Ranch Events Complex
5280 Arena Circle, Loveland

The NoCo Hemo Expo returns to the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland for a fifth year. There will be vendors, symposiums and panel discussions — all focusing on hemp — as well as food and live music. Tickets range from $15 for the Saturday expo to $65 for both days and access to business-to-business events. Learn more on the expo website.

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