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National Marijuana Retail & Dispensary Expo
 
 

January 17-18, 2018  |  Portland, Or

National Marijuana Retail & Dispensary Expo

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Mission

Most retail and dispensary owners don’t bother attending today’s cannabis trade shows for a variety of reasons: The shows cost too much; they have a hodgepodge of vendors; the public are allowed in; they lack focus; the same old speakers talk about the same tired subjects at every event, etc.  

RAD Expo is different.

RAD Expo is a business-only event that is 100% focused on the retail side of the industry. Attendance is free for licensed retail stores and dispensaries, as well as qualified applicants in states not yet issuing licenses.
All exhibitors will have products and services aimed at making retailers more profitable. It’s a national show featuring businesses from all over the U.S. Portland, Oregon sits squarely in the middle of the biggest legal marijuana market in the world. (60 million consumers in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.)

Who Should attend?

RAD Expo will feature retail-specific exhibitors, including: POS sales products, shelving, display cases, accessories, food, drinks, refrigerators, programming consultants, packaging, POP displays, legal, accounting, CBD products, medical products, and just about everything and anything a retail store owner or dispensary will need to set up a store, or would want to sell.

 

 
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EXHIBITORS will include interior design, food and drink, security, merchandising, tech and software, displays, accounting, lighting and everything in between.

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RETAILERS and dispensary owners from around the U.S. can find everything they need to operate in one organized, professional environment. REGISTRATION IS FREE

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THE FARMERS MARKET will give licensed cannabis cultivators the opportunity to network with retailers and create lasting business partnerships.

 
 

 

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